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With a show especially created for Just for laughs Festival, La Fura Dels Baus invites you to a unique and unforgettable journey. La Place des festivals will be the setting of a downward spiral to hell: off-beat, disproportionate and festive. Gigantic 50 meters-high net, oversized Ferris wheel and an enormous
The show, directed by Carlus Padrissa coincides with the centenary of the work of Manuel de Falla
Puccini’s opera, directed by Alex Olle, will run 6 times between July 6 and August 6
The Opera, directed by Carlus Padrissa, will be represented on Sunday July 12th (21h) in the emblematic Antique Theatre in the city of Ohrid
The opera, directed by Alex Olle, will be performed at the Teatro Colon 4 times this June.
The show, directed by Pera Tantiñá, will be on 13th of June in Napoli
Word, Fire, Magic and Sand
The first smart show in history with the unmistakable signature of La Fura, M.U.R.S. returns in France after their groundbreaking performances in Spain, Hong Kong and Holland
The opera of Giuseppe Verdi, directed by Alex Olle, will rerun on 12 occasions between May 12th and May 27th
The video installation directed by Miki Espuma will arrive on 2 June at the Teatro Calderón
Conceived as an impossible accumulation of questions and answers, this staging materializes in the form of a black box: the great enigma, in fact, modern metaphor of the human mind.
Music is particularly aware of this potency, directly targeting human senses and emotions. The new music theater production by La Fura dels Baus tells of the siren’s call in an unreal fantasy world, just as theatre naturally conjures up time and again.
The first smartshow history illustrates the most prominent features of the cities of the future, the coveted smart cities.
The first Verdi stage direction of Àlex Ollé is set in the near future. Inspired by George Orwell’s 1984, one can imagine the worst possible landscapes. The current economic crisis has caused the collapse of society we know it today. Power has closed in itself, in a form of a
Keeping the names of the main characters of the novel Les Liaisons dangereuses, Heiner Müller wrote a version of this work to talk about control, manipulation, power and the distance from the decadent aristocracy from the world surrounding it.
This is a contemporary stage direction, away from the concept of the superiority of the white man, that wants to recover the initial essence of the opera, plunging into the naivety of the young protagonist in love.
A video installation related to success and failure. Free electronic version based on The Soldier’s Tale. Music from Igor Stravinsky. Texts by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz.