Year: 2010 Choreography: Oscar Ruvalcaba Pérez, Duration: 15 min Lighting and costumes: Oscar Ruvalcaba Pérez. Dancer: Isabel Beteta Music: Sound atmosphere, popular Mexican music and Barry Adamson Synopsis: In Mexican culture , life is a trip, a trip of pain of our existence existencia and relief in death. Death is the great transporter, she liberates us from the nonsensical life we are in and puts us in the wagon of

Year: 2012 Choreography: Natsu Nakajima Duration: 60 min Performer: Isabel Beteta Guest dancers: Eustorgio Guzmán, Verónica Ramírez y Eugenia Vargas. Music: popular Japonese and Mexican music. Lighting design and costumes: Natsu Nakajima. Musical edition: Guillermo Fragoso. Synopsis: This choreography was directed by Natsu Nakajima direct student of Hijikata and Kasu Ono. The material for this piece came from the nitzchean idea that art is a defence against truth, being truth

Year: 2014 Choreography: Rhea Volij Duración: 30 minutos Performer: Isabel Beteta Music: Arreglos sobra músic Inuit Sound design and musical edition: Guillermo Fragoso Lighting: César (Chacho) Guerra Synopsis: The basic theme of this piece is form emptiness to silence.; understanding emptiness as a painful experience and loss, and  silence as the place where there is peace, and that one gets to after an internal process and life experience. It is

Year: 2016 Choreography: Katsura Kan Duration. 30 minutos Performer: Isabel Beteta Music: Kavindu (Alejandro Velasco) Light design: Gloria Minauro. Synopsis: What one sees, what one doesn’t see. Like all Butoh choreographies, this one is based on powerful images. Through them is revealed that which we receive from our ancestors and what we pass on in life to other generations. The piece has included Noh theatre elements, Butoh and areal dance