Bogumer (or Children of Lunacharski) : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Bogumer (or Children of Lunacharski)


Digital/Online Physical Theatre C Arts Digital

Cía Vero Cendoya with C ARTS

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The Trial of God, Moscow, 1919, and subsequent execution: the search for one’s own identity, the dynamics of power, and the methods by which we are manipulated by the state. Through dance, theatre and humour, we talk about power and the search for referents when God is dead. Inclusive, intergenerational, humorous poetic, compelling, dance-theatre epic. Created by professional performers and performers of diverse abilities. Nominated for Spanish MAX Awards for Best Choreography, Best Show and Best Original Music. Winner of the Derek Award for Best Physical Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021.

Performed mostly without words, some spoken text in Catalan with English subitles.

Idea and direction | Vero Cendoya
Dramaturgy | Israel Solà and Vero Cendoya
Performers | Natalia d’Annunzio, Linn Johansson, Laia Martí Santiago, Jem Prenafeta, Carlos Fernández, Hansel Nezza and Anna Barrachina
Music | Adele Madau Scenic space an light design |
Sound space | David Solans
Costume designer | Pau Aulí
Direction assistant | Laura Alcalá
Costume assistant | Oriol Corral
Rhythmic gymnastic choreography | Isabel Tapias
Photography | Kiku Piñol
Photography assistant | Dani Pujalte
Theater manager | Ivonne Papell
Construction scenography | Kike Blanco
Production | Albert Baldomà and Lídia Serrat
Administration | Joan Fabregat
Management | Biel Martínez in collaboration with Fani Benages
Communication and press | Elisenda Riera
With the support ICEC and Mercat de les Flors

Showing as part of of the C ARTS programme of digital performance |

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1hr 10min


Content Warning

Some distressing themes, strobe lighting


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