On a stage that is wired for sound, Grand Applause offers a stirring soundtrack, a live chorus and a choreography of artworks, by three artists: Norberto Llopis in the role of Carmen, Luis Urculo in the role of Don José and Bernhard Willhelm as the toreador Escamillo.
As a piece of devised autobiography, the show investigates the pairing between humans and dogs as a vehicle to exploring compassion and companionship in the human social condition.
In Baardeman a body repeatedly walks on and off the stage. Again and again it tries out new shapes, shapes through which to construct and re-construct itself. Only gradually do those watching start to sense why.
A much acclaimed and highly energetic interactive solo performance about happiness, and the way we move and are moved.