With Cia LaMala
Live from Sesc Pinheiros
08/28 • 7:00 PM to 19h55
Duration 55 min.
Recommended age: 10 years old
Celebrating the power of encounters and all that can flourish from them, the show takes a journey through the cycles of nature. Throughout the narrative, we see the different seasons of the year pass by, translated by the movements of the acrobats, who use the hand to hand technique – based on the contact between the artists, without the use of equipment or objects.
The cast presents solo and collective acrobatics, in a balance between their individualities and the collective work. “We wanted to value these differences and show how the encounter can amplify possibilities,” says Marina Bombachini, one of LaMala’s founders.
This diversity is in the movements, which include vigorous acrobatics, balances and popular dances; in the soundtrack, with Brazilian rhythms like samba, choro, forró and carimbó; and in the set and costumes, which bring out the colours of nature.
The show was created for the company’s 15th anniversary and reflects a new cycle for LaMala. The group, formed by Bombachini and Carlos Cosmai, are joined in this show by other artists, from different backgrounds. Those are the encounters that sprouted the narrative of “Bloom”.
Conception and set design: Cia LaMala
Dramaturgy, production, casting, musical direction and carpet painting: Marina Bombachini
Direction, cast and carpet painting: Carlos Cosmai
Vision mixer TD: Diogo Granato
Cast: Jaqueline Macedo, Luka Ianchity, Nico Mancialez, Raphaela Olivo and Wesley Peixinho
Co-creators as cast members: Dyego Yamaguishi and Marilia Mattos
Light design: Sylvie Laila
Sound operation: Eduardo Cosmai
Costume design, graphic art, carpet painting, participations (voice) and crochet: Juli Buli
Original soundtrack, conception and recording: Estevan Sinkovitz and Ricardo Prado
Body percussion preparation and participations (body percussion): Ronaldo Crispim
Choreographic consultancy: Cia Pé no Mundo
Carpet painting: Dora Bombachini Cosmai, Juliana Lazzari, Talita Vechia and Luka Ianchity
Crochet: Sonia Gonçalves