Three Basque companies at the "17 International Puppet and Mime Festival of Kilis"

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-05-14

From 14 to May 26 The International Puppet and Mime Festival of Kilkis (Greece) will be held, led by Juanjo Corrales. This one will be the 17th edition and three Basque companies will attend the festival with the support of the Etxepare Basque Institute: Pez Limbo, Ganso y Cía eta Malas Companías Zirko Taldea. In the opening ceremony, the greetings of the director of the Etxepare Institute, Aizpea Goenaga, will be received by the audience.

Pez Limbo

Pez Limbo is a small company from the Basque Country, specialising in streettheatre without text. Created in 2010, their work deals with social themes and the human condition, using poetic images and comic situations as the base for a universal dramaturgy. The play LANA tells the story of a tailor´s workshop through which various characters pass and "unravel" the delirious narrative of the show. A simple woman who has fun with her colleges works there. When the work accumulates, her life changes and she spends more and more hours at the sewing machine. Taken by hope she starts to "weave" other worlds where the poetic, the comic and sometimes the crude are combined.

Ganso y Cía

GANSO&Cía Is a small theatre company based in Durango (Basque Country). The theatrical CLOWN is a dramatic code that reminds us we are humans: ridiculous and pathetic and poetic, naive, fragile and beautiful at the same time. At the festival, they will present WALKMAN…A man, a showman, a seducer, an enthusiast. An idiot willing to convince you that what he does worth your time. WALKMAN Is a useless skills performance, a visual comedy, universal and interactive.

Malas compañías zirko taldea

TXATARRA is a circus and street theatre show for all ages which uses comedy, theatre, object manipulation and acrobatics to submerge the audience in a spectacular atmosphere of great fun and warmth. Malas compañías is a contemporary circus company born in 2006 by Iruña Circus School Students, while being in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

From 14 to May 26 The International Puppet and Mime Festival of Kilkis (Greece) will be held, led by Juanjo Corrales. This one will be the 17th edition and three Basque companies will attend the festival with the support of the Etxepare Basque Institute: Pez Limbo, Ganso y Cía eta Malas Companías Zirko Taldea. In the opening ceremony, the greetings of the director of the Etxepare Institute, Aizpea Goenaga, will be received by the audience.

Pez Limbo

Pez Limbo is a small company from the Basque Country, specialising in streettheatre without text. Created in 2010, their work deals with social themes and the human condition, using poetic images and comic situations as the base for a universal dramaturgy. The play LANA tells the story of a tailor´s workshop through which various characters pass and "unravel" the delirious narrative of the show. A simple woman who has fun with her colleges works there. When the work accumulates, her life changes and she spends more and more hours at the sewing machine. Taken by hope she starts to "weave" other worlds where the poetic, the comic and sometimes the crude are combined.

Ganso y Cía

GANSO&Cía Is a small theatre company based in Durango (Basque Country). The theatrical CLOWN is a dramatic code that reminds us we are humans: ridiculous and pathetic and poetic, naive, fragile and beautiful at the same time. At the festival, they will present WALKMAN…A man, a showman, a seducer, an enthusiast. An idiot willing to convince you that what he does worth your time. WALKMAN Is a useless skills performance, a visual comedy, universal and interactive.

Malas compañías zirko taldea

TXATARRA is a circus and street theatre show for all ages which uses comedy, theatre, object manipulation and acrobatics to submerge the audience in a spectacular atmosphere of great fun and warmth. Malas compañías is a contemporary circus company born in 2006 by Iruña Circus School Students, while being in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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