Mother Tongue – OMG

This piece,  interpreted by Eduardo Vallejo and Javier Monzón, delves into the uprooting we feel when we return to our own origins, a contradictory reunion in which we come to feel “our land” as something alien and unrecognizable. Mother Tongue is a vital journey that calls for change, questioning the essence and permanence of our own experiences. “We are trees that share the same root but have borne different fruits.”

The Holy Trinity – OGM

THE HOLY TRINITY is a visceral exploration of the concept of woman and how, since its inception, it has been one of the most malleable and reviled words in history. Being a woman has been conditioned by external factors such as society, politics or religion, which have influenced the collective and personal mental construction of the role of the female gender. After a complex research process that went through personal places such as the dancers’ life experiences, historical events or more contemporary references such as video games and movies, The Holy Trinity emerges as a struggle that we feel as a tense choreography, between what we know and what we think we know. Undoubtedly an inexhaustible journey that exposes this historical and social burden that we have inherited and of which there is only one way to get rid: to cut the rotten roots of this legacy.

Data sheet

Direction, choreography and original Idea: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Assistant Choreographer: Michela Lanteri

Performers: Yaiza Caro Martinez, Michela Lanteri, Marta Pomar, Yadira Rodríguez and Teresa Royo

Original Music and Sound Space: Iván Solano

Lighting Design: Kira Argounova

Costume Design: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Costume Making: Piedad Valles

Dramaturgy: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Coaching: Fran Arráez

Audiovisual Production: Belén Herrera de la Osa

Photography and Graphic Design: Alba Muriel Meléndez

Press and Communication: Elena Garrán

Technical Coordination: La Cía de La Luz S. Coop. Mad

Production: Batbox Productions

General Production: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Executive Production: Diego Cavia

Running time: 55 minutes

No Time to Rage – OGM

NO TIME TO RAGE is a long piece for seven dancers that exposes the conflict experienced by the individual who decides to confront society and, therefore, himself. Deconstruct to build. A journey of dualities, in which the individual who wants to survive and transcend must face his environment, abiding by the exclusion and rejection of others. No Time to Rage viscerally presents a pseudo-futuristic society in which its participants believe they are free from established conventions and roles, who look to their own navel so as not to recognize that they themselves were the ones who created the place they cannot now. get free. This work reflects the dark contradictions that are part of freedom itself, but sheds light on it, on this innate desire, impossible to extinguish, in each one of us.

Data sheet

Direction, choreography and original idea: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Performers: Javier Monzón, Eduardo Vallejo Pinto, Michela Lanteri, Valentina Pedica, Mai Matsuki, Yaiza Caro Martinez and Marta Pomar

Original music and sound space: Iván Solano

Lighting designer: Kira Argounova

Costume design: Piedad Valles and Eduardo Vallejo Pinto

Coaching: Fran Arráez

Production: Batbox Productions

Project management and production coordination: Diego Cavia

Video: Belén Herrera de la Osa

Photo: Alba Muriel Meléndez

Graphic design: Diego Cavia

Running time: 70 minutes