A standing ovation lasting more than two minutes is a great way to judge the quality and reception of a show. It was this that happened at Teatro Apolo on Thursday with the performance "MyL (2.0")", starring Mariana Collado, and Lucio A.. Baglivo. This hybrid of contemporary dance, flamenco and theater... and even humor, was presented by Mariana Collado. This appointment was part of Axioma's Delicatessen Program and the spring season of Almeria City Council's Department of Culture and Education.
Nominated to be the revelation show at Max Awards, where the jury will announce its decision at the start of June, "MyL (2.0")" hooks in its combination forces or in the infrequent nature of the contrasts proposed, or in the way it expresses them. A traditional start to flamenco and shared dance, this show will be awash with color thanks to Mariana Collado's torrential and electric performance.
Baglivo is the contrast between these concepts. He offers a calm and even an opposite in interventions with a microphone. This had humor, sorrow, and also exorcism from past experiences that are a part of adulthood. The proposal combines dialogues, well-crafted music for each number, and visceral and combined-body dialogues. It demonstrates its dissimilarity and makes it seem that everything flows in a more naturalized way.
The final merged expression will include the heavy cumbia recorded by Jenny and the Mexicats for the album "Fiesta Ancestral", which would be accompanied by flamenco sounds, organic percussion and organic percussion. A highly effective conclusion that satisfied an audience that was more than satisfied with the Apolo Theater's capital.
Mariana Collado can be described as a performer, actress, and choreographer. She is a member of Malucos Danza and has been a part of Kaari since 2008.
Mariana Collado, Lucio A. Baglivo, are the principal performers responsible for the choreography, direction and text. With the help of Juan Ignacio Ufor, Jenny and the Mexicats, they had Victor Guadiana's musical composition. Suh-Guein designed the lighting, Beatriz Toledano designed the costume and Bernardo Sancho took the photos.