In The Invisible Woman bodies are exposed in a direct, clear way: figures showing their skin, and part of their souls, through their relationships, affections or absences. The discourse of the play moves as a unity within the group versus the individualities with their own complexes. The scenes are stop stations where the bodies do not seem to stop to get some gas but to reveal some part of them giving no more keys.
José Luis Sendarrubias
Sara Sanz o Laura Cuxart
Carmen Werner o Janet Novás
Dancers (360 Danza)
Artistic Direction & Choreography
Composed and Performed by Loscil
Published by Scott Morgan (SOCAN)
Appears Courtesy of Kranky, Ltd.
Special collaboration of Rebeca Martín Tassis