The Impossible Things
CLOWN, MUSIC AND TIGHTROPE WALKING.
– There’s no use trying, she said.
One can’t believe impossible things.
– I daresay you haven’t had much practice, said the Queen.
When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast”.
… like walking on bottles
Based on improvisation, the show grows and adapts to its audience with every performance .
We conceived of this street theater company as the bond that unites us to all kinds of audiences. We offer accessible creations, with simple forms, aiming to adapt us to everything and everybody. Based on the idea of a show that evolves with its audience, we create flexible forms, deconstructing in order to reconstruct. It is the art en motion that is nourished by the encounter between audience and characters.
This exchange process of proximity and discovery is the path to in the end open the street theater. The music and clown for everybody, to make the audience participate in our creativity and awaken their own.
Name of show
The Impossible Things
Martademarte: Clown , dance and tightrope
Alfredo Ruiz: Clown and guitar
Type of show
Street theater, clown, tightrope walking and music
minimum 20m – maximum 50m
Type pf amplification
Amp (20W) with small battery
Two clowns and and one coffer are circulating trough the urban landscape looking for the ideal place to create an impossibility illusion:
walking on bottles.
Awards of the company
- Award best female act Stadtspektakel Landshut (Germany).
- Jury prize for best OFF show at Zomer Festival in Menen (Belgium):
“Thanks to its contact with the audience, imagination, poetry, originality and character development the prize is awarded to Martademarte & The International Papanatas Band”.
- Audience award for best street show at Entrepayasaos clown meeting in Zaragoza (Spain).
Stadtspektakel Landshut (GER)
Les Années Joué (FRA)
Zomer Festival Menen (BEL)
Zomer Festival Lauwe (BEL)
Streettheatre Festival “De Ronde Venen” (NED)
Straßenkünstlerfestival Haslach (GER)
Festival Klagenfurt (AUT)
Pflasterspektakel Linz (AUT)
KUNST en op Straat (NED)
Spancirfest Varaždin (CRO)
La Mostra d’Igualada (ES)