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Stage Laboratory

Stage Laboratory 2023

The CCCB’s stage laboratory is back with three proposals that combine reflection and artistic experimentation. The dance project laSADCUM, the contemporary circus company Animal Religion and dramatist Carla Rovira will present the first staging of their new creations, currently at the experimentation and research stage.

Stage Laboratory is a programme that supports creation, accompanying and supporting the development phase of projects committed to research in form and content. It offers three collectives of creators a one-week residency that culminates in a staging to share their work with the public while it is still at the trial phase. This year’s three works can be seen, one a month, throughout the autumn.

laSADCUM presents Navaja, a dance creation directed by Guillem Jiménez that looks at the impact of the internet on the sexual and affective relationships of young people. Circus company Animal Religion offers a first performance of Copiar, a show about collective rituals and human relations. And then dramatist Carla Rovira, in La sal, reflects on neoliberalism and salaried work.

The cycle, curated by performing arts programmer Isaac Vila, aims to be a space for trial and error and an interdisciplinary meeting point that prompts the transmission of knowledge and the contrast between forms and contents of stage performance.

This activity is part of Stage Laboratory

Previous activities

Carla Rovira

La sal

Animal Religion

Copiar [work in progress]



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