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VIVA!

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Manuel Liñán
  • On tour: 16 people
  • Running time: 90 min
  • Premiere: 2019

VIVA! is a song to the freedom of movement, where the feminine is embraced from the masculine body as its own, where gender roles, in a codified world like flamenco, are broken with joy and enjoyment, creating new terrains that, although unexplored, are not distant.

A transformation that builds a body that we long for, through a characterization inspired by the flamenco woman, in order to enhance our way of expressing ourselves. A transformation that does not always imply a way of masking, but rather a nudity, a revelation. In a celebratory key, Liñán proposes the plurality of flamenco dance, through both its different forms and their singularity. And he does it with six bailaores-bailarines, who will be in charge of exploring and diving in to this fascinating universe of the feminine, as seen from the masculine, thus exposing these two identities, which are part of our own nature.

"We want to dance like a woman ... Chimpun

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Cast

Direction, Choreographic Direction, and Dance: Manuel Liñán
Scene Advisor: Alberto Velasco
Dancers: Manuel Liñán, Manuel Betanzos, Jonatán Miro, Hugo López, Miguel Heredia, Víctor Martin (granted by the BNE), and Daniel Ramos (granted by BNE)
Choroegraphers: Manuel Liñán, Manuel Betanzos, Jonatán Miro, Hugo López, Miguel Heredia, Víctor Martin (granted by the BNE) y Daniel Ramos (granted by the BNE)
Music: Francisco Vinuesa, Raul Márquez y Kike Terron
Musical Advisors: David Carpio y Antonio Campos
Guitar: Francisco Vinuesa
Cante: David Carpio y Ismael de la Rosa
Violín: Victor Pitarch Pronk “Guadiana”
Percussion: Kike Terrón
Light Design: Alvaro Estrada
Sound design: Enrique Cabañas
Costume Design: Yaiza Pinillos
Costume Fabrication: Gabi Besa, José Galván (Batas de colas)
Shoes: Arte Fyl
Characterization and Hairdressing: Mauro Gastón
Photography: MarcosGpunto and Sofía Cruz
Media/Press: Josi Cortes
Text: Adaptation of “Juego y teoría del duende” by Federico García Lorca
Executive Producer, Management, and Distibution: Ana Carrasco, Peineta Producciones