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.
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.