De España Con Amor
In this thrilling dance-theatre production full of passion, humour and drama, real life and performance combine, taking the artists on stage to unexpected situations.
DANCE & CHOREOGRAPHY
“It was a stunning show and the film, with its informal remarks and candid photos of the performers as they worked or socialized, punctuated by lines from poet Federico Garcia Lorca’s Every Song sub-titled across the bottom of the screen. Lorca’s poem sums up the style, the heart, the meaning of flamenco as both passion and imitation of passion, or, as Tellez said, “or not.” “Every song,” wrote Lorca, “is the remains of love. Every light the remains of time. A knot of time. And every sigh the remains of a cry.”
The Halifax Chronicle Herald, Stephen Pedersen
We would like to acknowledge the generous funding from
the Canada Council for the Arts for this production, Halifax Dance and The Coast.