MIGRARE (Indoor) - Cia. Maduixa

MIGRARE (Indoor)

2022 50'

A moving story that explores the limits of balance with movement.

Four woman and an empty Space. Empty, but full of obstacles and invisible boundaries, irrational hates and prejudices. They had to leave their origin land and, now, the arrival country refute them. The space has become a non-space. They transit around looking for their place. A place where they can live, where to settle down, and to root, where to be, a place to call “home”. They just ask for that. And they will fight to get it.

This performance is their fight. A battle of four strong, brave and resilient women.

The use of stilts is a key point to tell a story and it became as a characteristic element that defines our company. The Mulïer performance artwork opens a universe of possibilities to articulate a dialog between dance, gesture and balance. With this new creation, we would like to continue with an investigation with the dance and the stilts. We would like to go beyond, and give more power and play with the choreographic possibilities that balance can offer us. We want to create moving poesy to touch viewer´ s emotions.


Dancers on tour 2023:
Andrea Cuadrón
Lara Navarro
Sara Canet
Melissa Usina
Cristina Maestre
Wilma Puentes
Ana Lola Cosín
Renata Edison Valls

Idea and direction:
Joan Santacreu

Cristina Fernández

Direction assistants & playwright:
Paula Llorens

Damián Sánchez

Pascual Peris

Lighting design:
Ximo Olcina

Technical production:
Andrés Roses

Irene Bernard
Vicente A. Jimenez

Production assistants:
Luisa Juan
Elena Villagrasa

Executive production:
Maduixa Teatre SL

Resident company:
Ayuntamiento de Sueca

Fira Tàrrega
Teatre Escalante
Dansa Metropolitana
MA scène nationale/Pays de Montbéliard

With the support of:
Institut Valencià de Cultura
Teatro Chapí Villena
Ayuntamiento de Algemesí
Ayuntamiento de El Puig


  • 2022 : Premis Arts Escèniques Valencianes | Mejor espectáculo de calle
  • 2022 : Premio Feten | Mejor Espectáculo Noches FETEN
  • 2021 : Premio Moritz | Mejor estreno Fira Tàrrega