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Jo vull ser...

Les Pedettes Varietés / Pallassos Sense Fronteres

MONTJUÏC
17/04
Jo vull ser...

IDEA AND DIRECTION
Les Pedettes Varietés

 

CLOWNS
Victoria Alcaraz 'Vikisua', Cristina Casadevall 'Kras Pataklán' and Laura Rodríguez 'Tita Reme'

 

EXTERNAL LOOK
Walter Velázquez

 

SOUND
Zenobia Sabaté

 

COSTUMES MADE BY
Conxita Alcaraz

 

PRODUCTION
Pallassos Sense Fronteres

As part of the collaboration between Teatre Lliure and the NGO Clowns Without Borders, three clowns are coming to Montjuïc with a fast-paced show in which each of them can be whatever they want to be.
 
Breaking down the preconceptions concerning mainly male professions, Les Pedettes Varietés offer tangible proof that you do not need a moustache to be a great doctor, a rock & roll star, a magician or an international chef.
 
The most traditional clowns in feminine and in plural, for people of all ages.
 
TIMETABLE
12:00 
 
PRICES
Free. Prior reservation
Limited capacity
 
LANGUAGE
Catalan
 
RUNNING TIME
1 h
 
PLACE
Plaça Margarida Xirgu
 
RRSS

 
Les Pedettes Varietés was created in 2019 and could be considered a young troupe. In fact, they always consider themselves to be young, like true stars. But there is a long history behind this group that has crystallised into this new formula.
 
They have been known for many years on and off the stage. They are part of the extinct history of the Folklòriques Anònimes, the first variety show they performed together, which was born, grew up and died in Sala Almazen. As a result of this relationship, they created various gags together (two by two and three by three) that have been performed in various cabarets and on stages around the world.
 
Together they have also created a team that has collaborated each year in every Circ Cric International Clown Festival since it began, through both performances and logistics and coordination of some of the venues.
 
It may be hard to believe, but they each have a personal story all of their own to tell.