Catalina Carrasco + Teatre Principal de Palma
At the age of 20, Bertolt Brecht wrote his first opera, ‘Baal’, which tells the story of a young, lazy, drunken poet. Baal is also a Canaanite god and Christian demon who gives his name to the Balearic...
- 09 September: 21:00
The first street show of this Londoner of Cameroonian descent. It's part of a hip-hop theater-dance trilogy that aims to dismantle the clichés about the black community based on intimidation, danger or...
- 09 September: 12:30 (Pl. Nacions), 19:00 (Pl. Major)
- 10 September: 12:00 (Pl. Nacions), 19:00 (Pl. Major)
- 11 September: 17:00 (Pl. Major), 19:30 (Pl. Nacions)
Led Silhouette + Marcos Morau
Contemporaneity afflicts the most vulnerable, marginalises the misfits who are torn between rebellion and docility. The piece proposes a state of resistance; like dogs that meet, that share joy and pain, that...
- 09 September: 21:00, 23:00
The Balata (West Bank) refugee camp inspires this piece. A chromatic universe of songs, rhythms and emotions that draws on popular traditional and contemporary music cultures from around the world. With an...
- 09 September: 22:00
- 10 September: 18:30, 23:00
The starting point and thematic axis of Trinario: Cuerpos Resonantes is a story about bodies that resonates from different latitudes and territories, a corporal dramaturgy intertwined with situations like the...
- 09 September: 17:30
- 10 September: 11:30, 17:30
- 11 September: 11:30, 19:00