THE MOON IN A POT
(a misunderstood show)
Live music, dance, theatre and technology come together in this delicate and intense proposal.
The moon in a pot (a misunderstood show) is a trip through the deepest emotional corners of a moon in constant search for its essence. Happiness as an unnegotiable tool to finding yourself again.
A song to optimism aimed at all audiences – also for babies and young children – with a bid to find new forms of interaction with the viewers that so define the language of La petita malumaluga.
Based on the delicious excuse of a show that years ago, some professionals said was not suitable for children, this production also aims to invite the public to a critical reflection on theatrical programmes aimed at children.
Aimed at children aged from 0 to 3 and their families.
“The little ones, among so much magic, feel like touching the moon“. TV3
“A good dose of digital technology, live music and a torrent of quiet stimuli that make the piece suitable for young and old. […] A delicate, sensitive, adult aesthetics.”. Jordi Sora, Recomana.cat
“Poetry fills the space“. La Vanguardia
“Delicate and optimistic. An everyone show, wrapping babies too!” El Periódico
“Art for babies! Shakes emotions and intellect“. TVE
Original idea: Albert Vilà and Eva Vilamitjana
Script: Albert Vilà; collaboration: Jordi Falguera
Artistic directors: Eva Vilamitjana and Albert Vilà
Choreography: Eva Vilamitjana; collaboration: performers
Performers: Ariadna Saltó (dancer), Marc Trias (percussions), Laia Barberà (harp)
Musical composition: Jordi Bello
Scenography: Albert Vilà; collaboration: Marc Salicrú
Costume: Marc Udina
Technological development: Ivan Rubio
Kinetic ceiling: Ignasi Bosch
Programming: Ventura L. Kalász
Lightning design: Carles Borràs
Lights and sound technician: Ivan Rubio / Ignasi Bosch
Graphic design: Hermes LeBleu
In collaboration with: Department of Culture from Generalitat de Catalunya & INAEM and with support by Estruch Sabadell, Teatre Principal de Vilanova i la Geltrú, SaT! and FiraTàrrega.