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We understand the theatrical act as a ritual where the actors prepare to be channels, to evoke, invoke, summon. To generate an ephemeral act, unique and unrepeatable, where humanity looks into the eyes and is accepted.


Where someone allows them to laugh at their ridicule and in this way enables the public to question themselves if they are not laughing at their own.


We propose a theater where human beings can be seen with their crises, searches, lights and shadows.


We conceive the meeting with the audience as a massage where the emotions that may be necessary emerge.

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