THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF GOOD MANNERS
The Royal Academy of Good Manners is a three-woman clown performance that portrays the universe of an etiquette academy. Miss Victoria, Rose and Mary promote royal glamour and behaviour whilst making a parody of the violence between women and the social aspiration of being a married princess.
The languages of dance, juggling and physical theatre meet in a highly entertaining piece that questions, through the lens of comedy, certain social codes imposed on women and the Eurocentric vision of the Colombian society.
One woman show that addresses human trafficking through the eyes of a clown, in a story inspired on the life of Mary Queen of Scots.
Marria Esguerreverry, a woman from the colombian "high" society is trapped in a contemporary tower, victim of her own innocence.
A savage clown tells the story of a woman and her predator.
Dance piece that explores the universe of women in a journey of migration, friendship and resilience.
Carmen Buffa is a juggling comedy, inspired in the opera classic composed by Georges Bizet. It 's a street show that portrays the story of a spanish gypsy who gets involved in a love triangle that will lead her to a tragic ending... or maybe a circus grand finale?
In this clown adaptation, a passionate and lyrical woman will make every effort to recreate the story with all the glory that it deserves, while entertaining the audience with her tricks and gravity defying acts.