Colectivo Milímetro – Patricia Ruz

SPAIN
performing arts company

This creator, choreographer and performer from Madrid, born in 1972, began in the world of tablaos and castanets until she entered contemporary dance and theater. His exhaustive training becomes the poetics of diversity as an artistic language, either through the fusion of disciplines such as contemporary dance, performance and cabaret or through the integration on stage of different types of artists, with and without disabilities, professionals and non-professionals, or various groups for the creation of a stage event.

Specialist in DIVERSITY as a way of understanding the scenic event in all its creative possibilities to coexist in the same poetic universe that always reflects human difference and its richness.

She began her work as a creator in 1997, as well as working as a choreographer for other artists, companies and stage directors.

Awarded on different occasions, she has created more than twenty shows participating in festivals such as the Holland Dance Festival, Escena contemporánea, Madrid en Danza, Veranos de La Villa, Festival In-presentable, A Pe de Pedra, Festival de Otoño among others...

Relationship with diversity:
Specialist in DIVERSITY as a way of understanding the scenic event in all its creative possibilities to coexist in the same poetic universe that always reflects human difference and its richness.
Contact:

DISTRIBUTION CONTACT
Ana Sala IKEBANAH Performing Arts
[email protected] - Tlf- 619 95 17 91

Ciudades I
Gender: Dance
Recommended age: 0-5, +6 years
Duration: 40 minutes
Release year: 2021
Country: SPAIN
Diversity: A creation for the little ones that uses the body, the poetics of movement and music at the service of the installation. Patricia Ruz together with Alberto Romera, actor and professional dancer with Down syndrome, tell us about a day in the city. The story of two people who decide to leave the countryside to discover a new space, the city. A round trip that will leave a mark on them and on the place, being impregnated by the experience of both and their sharing. The piece is born from the need to continue working for young children and integrate diversity on stage. There are hardly any shows for this very small audience that include artists with disabilities.
A creation for the little ones that uses the body, the poetics of movement and music at the service of the installation. Patricia Ruz together with Alberto Romera, an actor and professional dancer with Down syndrome, tell us about a day in the city. The story of two people who decide to go out...

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