EMOTICORES is a dance performance where emotions take part through colours and movement, which, together with sound and audiovisual projections has the objective of helping youngsters and their families to be able to identify emotions.
Emoticores is the new dance proposal from Cristina Montero & Rut Balbís, Las Tricotouses, thought for a younger audience, boys and girls attending primary school (8 to 12 years old).
COLOUR and PSYCHOLOGY: Alike adults, young people need their very own space where to identify and express themselves, to find their affections and their emotions. We believe that in order to enable spaces for contact and expression and in this way, grow towards a more human, creative and inclusive educational model, schools provide the space to do so.
In this way, working with colours is presented like an excellent tool to illustrate and recognize those emotional spaces which need to be identified and expressed. Colours, shapes, movement...they are all part of a language that can’t be seen, where emotions reside; the place where words are just simply not enough to be expressed.
Didactic Units: The didactic Unit has as its final objective, to introduce work through emotions in the classroom. Through group dynamics, working with the body and through creativity, by the use of psychology and meditation, we will be able to help students to identify and manage their own emotions. We will provide the necessary tools and methods to the teachers on how to work with emotions inside the classroom.
Cristina Montero and Rut Balbís
Cristina Montero and Alba Fdez. Cotelo
LIGHTING DESIGN & AUDIOVISUAL DESIGN
SOUND & GRAPHIC DESIGN
Paula Pintos, Cristina Montero y Rut Balbís
COACH IN PSYCHOLOGY
WITH A SUPPORT OF
AGADIC - Xunta de Galicia
Concello de Ferrol e Concello de Narón
selected for Catálogo Danza A Escena 2017 - Spain
selected for Red de Teatro de la Comunidad de Madrid 2017 - Spain
selected for Circuito de Danza de Teatros Alternativos 2017 - Spain
selected for Galicia Escena PRO 2017 - Spain
selected for Red Sarea 2018
Produces With a suport of With a collaboration of