60 minute piece for 4 dancers

20 minute piece for 14 dancers 
(Adaptation for Students of Accademia Nazionale di Dansa - Roma)

Choreography: Seth Buckley & Carlos González
EYAS Dancers: Paula Montoya Lozano, Sybila Gutiérrez Poveda, Cristina Reolid Gómez & Seth Buckley

Accademia Nazionale di Danza Dancers: Bea Lombardi, Federica Santinelli, Alice Zanelli, Federica Sola, Angela Difede, Avgoustina Triarou, Andria Constantinou, Elisa Caprari, Camilla Perugini, Sabrina Mastrangelo, Francesca Debellis, Nicholas Baffoni, Marco Della Corte, Marco Cortello.

HIIT is a piece inspired by the cardiovascular training method that consists of repeating, alternating periods of high intensity anaerobic exercise and less intense recovery periods for a defined number of sets. HIIT explores the speed limits and intermediate ranges of the moving body, captivating the spectator with its frenetic rythm and continous change of fantasy, where each individual experiences a very intense physical and emotional journey. Precision, surrender, tension, vulnerability and exhaustion.



28 minute piece for 9 dancers

Choreography: Seth Buckley & Carlos González
Dancers: Lorena Riera Colomar, Miriam A. Hernández, Marina Izquierdo, Violetta García, Myrto Tasioula, Raúl Rugarcía, Manu Rico Laguarda, Adrián Manzano, Ugo Boulard. (Laboratorio Danza180º) 

Photography: Jacobo Medrano

Video: Iker Karrera

Energy is carried through all kind of waves. The energy of some waves can be directly perceived with our senses. We are surrounded by energy that vibrates at different frequencies. We ourselves are energy. Love forces vibrate at the highest frequency and is the highest form of energy. 


Love In Waves is a physically charged piece that looks into energy and its capacity to expand, affect and exchange between others. The piece plays with the idea of altering energy and invites the audience to experience it in their own bodies.



15 minute piece for 3 dancers

Choreography: Carlos González
Dancers: Seth Buckley, Fran Martínez & Mami Kawabata

Three individual mental stories in one room. Do they know each other? Do they see everything? Do we see everything? 

The Glass Cabinet confronts you with one choice, to keep looking or to turn a blind eye?