Monday 03Jun24


1 Shows
03 Jun 20:00 h.
60 min. aprox.
  Espacio La Granja ()

The FAM Festival (Arts and Movement Festival) brings the show NO/MAS/SACRE by dancer and choreographer Reinaldo Ribeiro to the Espacio La Granja.


NO/MAS/SACRE runs contrary to a trivial dialogue with Stravinsky, completely immersing itself in its underlying complexity. Directed by Reinaldo Ribeiro in collaboration with ballerina Aymará Parola and pianist Lea Petra, the work claims the right to ire, virtuosity and excellence. In the (translated) words of Angelica Liddell: "...excess; beautiful excess. Liberating excess; excess that reveals societal repression". The piece unfolds in the seemingly classic triangle of piano, pianist and ballerina only to subvert expectations through a dizzying ritual of the pleasurable, the grotesque and the transgressive. 


NO/MAS/SACRE explores the limits of the human body, in which movement and sound redefine the rules and laws that govern their encounter. Driven by the urgency of the present time, these tensions manifest as a mighty fountainhead of affection and turbulence. This link confirms the desire to create a piece such as NO/MAS/SACRE from a perspective of decoloniality, feminism, and commitment.

Concept, direction and choreography: Reinaldo Ribeiro

Performance and choreography: Aymará Parola

Performance and music: Lea Petra

Dramaturgy: Ida Daniel

Lighting design: Alfredo Díez

Costume design: Miguel Olmeda

Stage space: Víctor Colmenero

Artistic accompaniment: Carolina Mendonça and Elke Van Coprnhout

Production: Beatriz Bello

Sound technician: Andrés Cabrera

Photography: Rubén Expósito Díaz

Graphic: Noelia Varietti

Special thanks to Sabina Scarlat and Milan Herich

Supported by the Cabildo de Tenerife, the ICDC (Regional Institute of Cultural Development) and the Generalitat de Catalunya.

In collaboration with FAM-Auditorio de Tenerife, Garage 29, Culture Moves Europe, LundyNamite, Centro Coreográfico de La Gomera, Por Asalto -TEA, Última Vez (Brussels), A two dogs Company (Brussels), Auditorio Capitol of Tacoronte and Theater140 (Brussels).

Recommended for people over 12 years of age.

Mon 03Jun24