5-8 October 2023

Jorge Dutor and Guillem Mont de Palol


Thursday, 5th October at 8 pm
Friday, 6th October at 8 pm
Saturday, 7th October, 2 shows:
at 6pm and at 8 pm
Sunday, 8th October at 8 pm
Languages: Spanish and english
Duration: 55 minutes
Recommended age: +6 years old
Tickets: 14 euros ONLINE // 16 euros BOX OFFICE

Concept, creation and performance: Jorge Dutor and Guillem Mont de Palol
Dramaturgical assistance: Juan Domínguez

Production: Festival TNT Terrassa

Collaborators: WSB WorkSpaceBrussels, Kunstencentrum BUDA Kortrijk, AZALA, SpazioK, Dans Haner Istanbul, Graner (Barcelona), El Local Espinosa Navarro (Barcelona)




Using a hashtag title and dialogues constructed from the names of famous pop stars, melodies from their songs and well-known film phrases, we dismantle – with a sense of humour – the appropriation of languages and messages that reach us via mainstream culture.

In #LOSMICRÓFONOS we show the limits of and cracks in the star system, the influence exerted by the brilliance of its stars and how we amplify their messages. Neither Céline Dion nor Grace Jones are stellar beings providing light in the heavens but, as Isabel de Naverán explains: “they’re part of the so-called star system, illuminating a kind of firmament that also exerts an influence, sketching a network of connections between figures, life moments, affections and images.”

Jorge Dutor and Guillem Mont de Palol.

We work on the borders of different disciplines such as dance, architecture, theatre and opera, and their fields of social and political influence. We’re strongly committed to a place that others just pass through: remaining on the edges, rather than in the centre, is an ideological position. Our performance practice crosses languages and develops something energetic and empathic: we use humour, the absurd, repetition and music to bring live arts closer to all kinds of audiences with the aim of having them all leave dancing the conga and repeating what they’ve seen when they get home. We’ve been in this together since 2009, in collaboration with theatres, art centres and festivals across Europe and Latin America.

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