Year: 2017

Choreography: Rosario Verea

Duration: 15 minutes

Music: Popular Mexican

Costumes: Diana Ivette Montiel y Scarlett Dalei Basurto

Light design: Gloria Minauro


The central idea of this choreography is to extract from popular culture  some ideas about death, specially the playful parts so characteristic of the Mexicans and work it into a dance piece with modern movement language: our roots in our modern day context.

The choreographer believes that laughing at death hides, the underlying fear of it.