ORIGINAL CONCEPT AND CHOREOGRAPHY
“What I like about you is that you think you are the only one who is disoriented.”
Relationships between people are an undeniable fact, unless one lives in a completely isolated place without any human contact. Therefore, touch is inevitable, although this does not imply nor complicity, nor comprehension, nor understanding, not even sharing. There are actions that drive you to penetrate another person’s universe, investigate their thoughts, why they are there and not somewhere else, why they chose this life and not another, what they would have liked to do and haven’t. In short, to be interested in the “other.” Just that. To try and see if there are parallel paths which can be crossed. To discover bridges which can connect two or more people. It’s about socializing, something which seems more and more difficult everyday.
With the purpose of invigorating and captivating new audiences, Daniel Doña has created “A PIE DE CALLE” (At Street Level), a contemporary show made for non-conventional spaces, but in constant communication with the company’s choreographic background: Spanish Dance