- Los Galindos
- Concept and direction Bet Garrell and Marcel Escolano
- Sala Tallers
A unique and wild circus show about the limits of humor
Melon, Mardi and Rossinyol are facing an unexpected dead end. Their indomitable and clumsy nature and the need to exist lead them to an improbable endeavour, in which they freely explore any barbarism. This hilarious and terrifying experience drips with a story of sincere and rough friendship, caused by a feeling of responsibility and guilt. An unlikely crime, a dubious trial and an absurd punishment. Paradoxically, perhaps they will provoke the desire to die laughing.
Overwhelmed by a feeling of devastating injustice and a terrifying global imbalance, we want to question the arbitrariness of justice through the clown, as a character on the stage and inhabitant of the circus. MDR is a theatre experience, which has involved transposing daily events by shaping a show to transmit optimism and stir up the critical spirit, in which laughter, pleasure and fantasy are the driving force.
The circus, as a nomadic art, has taken us everywhere and at the same time allows us to travel through different emotional spots between creation, learning and transmission. We have developed an artistic project with our own stamp, in which the craft demands committed theatrical research.
Bet Garrell i Marcel Escolano
- Show included in the season tickets.
Prices and times
- Los Galindos
- Concept and direction
- Bet Garrell and Marcel Escolano
Creation and interpretation
Artistic and regimental accompaniment
Collaboration in the script and set design
Technical and management teams of the company
Undisputed collaborations, support and complicities
Santi Ruiz Albalate, Adrià Naranjo, Franxi Misserachs, Imma Vilar, Antigua i Barbuda, Adriano Marçal, Joan Cruixent, Txo Titelles, Borde Basse, Jordà FerrerProduction
Support for creation
Ajuntament de Cardedeu – Cardedeu Inspirant Cultura
With the complicity of
Taula de Cultura i Joves de St. Esteve de Palautordera, la Cia. Baró d’Evel Cirk, Carnage Productions and el Konvent de Cal Rosal, as well as the de Cultura dels Ajuntaments de Sant Esteve de Palautordera i de Granollers
With the support of
l’ICEC – Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya and de l’Institut Ramon Llull
Foto de cartell MDR
© Mireia Guilella