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22 May - 05 June 2019

My Baby Is a Queen

Festivities
Music Theatre Dance Family
Scandinavian premiere
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​Peek-a-boo! A thought-provoking performance for toddlers.

What do we look like? Where do we look? What do we see? These are some of the questions La Petita Malumaluga poses in My Baby Is a Queen. The Spanish ensemble has created a performance for babies and young children that explores differences and similarities between people and how we perceive those who are different from ourselves.

The audience plays the leading part in this performance, where the children are invited to participate in the goings-on at the stage. By use of dancing figures, reflections in mirrors, and invisible musicians, the ensemble invites big and small on a journey of reflection on those we see and how we see them. The imagery and movements are ideal for children aged 0–3.

The La Petita Malumaluga dancers and musicians have specialized in performances for young children. They last visited Bergen International Festival in 2017 with Beatles for Babies, where the little ones got to move freely about on the stage to the soundtrack of classic Beatles songs. 


Arena

Duration

​35 min

Tickets

  • Standard: 150
  • Children: 100

Purchase ticket

Recommended age

0–3

Contributors

  • Eva Vilamitjana, Albert Vilà author
  • Albert Vilà, Eva Vilamitjana artistic direction
  • Paula Bosch scenography
  • La petita malumaluga costume design
  • Jordi Bello musical composition, arrangements
  • Eva Vilamitjana choreography
  • Carles Rigual light design
  • Jordi Bello, Albert Vilà sound design 
  • Ivan Rubio interactive technology
  • Pere Seda, Maria Hernando, Guido Lucas, Raquel Gualtero 
    dance
  • Asier Suberbiola violin
  • Nil Villà saxophone
  • Nico Sánchez guitar
  • Cristina Roca production

SUPPORTED BY

​Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)

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