Sekvantaro

Relative duration codependent pieces in which the actresses will try not to do theater.

A show

It experiments and investigates around the fine line that separates the real from the fictional, the natural from the imposed, what is to do theater or try to do theater than not.


Around this idea

It revolves around the show, which consists of several pieces, some of them thought to be performed on a conventional stage and others in unconventional spaces.


Each of these pieces

It happens in a different scenario (a bathroom, a sofa, a small room, a bar), adapting to the space where the show is performed.


Court (accompany)

It is an experiential journey in which the public accompanies (court) the actresses who, in turn, court (accompany) the public.


Two actresses

They are shown, sold, counted, stripped, dressed again, lying herselves, lying to you, sincere, exposed…


And all this, without doing theater

To create moments of authentic encounter with the spectator.

Duration

The approximate duration of the show is about 50-60 minutes, depending on the specific needs of space and public.

For the performance of the show It´s required a minimum of 4 different spaces: stage, hall and other 2 small rooms available in any theater.

Team

IDEA, CREATION, PLAY-WRITING AND DIRECTION: El Pollo Campero, Comidas Para Llevar.
THE ACTRESSES: Cris Celada and Tatiana Sánchez Garland
THE CREATORS: Xevi Casals, Cris Celada and Tatiana Sánchez Garland
THE TECHNICIAN: Rafa Linares
PHOTOGRAPHY: Víctor Calero, Marta Morera
WEB DESIGN: Jaume Blanc

Dates

Antic Teatre
Barcelona, 3th and 4th October 2015

BLVART
BilboRock, Bilbao, September 27th, 2015

Festival Independent d’Arts Escèniques
S’Illo by Can Timoner
Mallorca, 18th, 19th and 20th September 2015

Grec Festival of Barcelona
Antic Teatre
Barcelona, July 11th, 2015

Sala Ultramar
Valencia, May 21th, 22th, 23th and 24th, 2015

DT Espacio Escénico
Madrid, May 14th, 15th and 16th, 2015

Festival Ateneo Mucha Vida
Madrid, March 13th, 2015

Festival Escena Abierta
Burgos, 14th and 15th January 2015