Clay people

The actors of the street group D’Morón Teatro are clay people. They take their makeup and everything they will use on stage from clay. They are living statues trying to personify stories from universal literature. Their poor performance in traditional stages led them to community work. They say: the public of the halls and the one they find in the streets is not the same.

D'Morón Teatro. Photo: Potter.
D’Morón Teatro. Photo: Potter.

Born in Ciego de Avila on May 28, 1987, directed by Orlando Concepción, the company has performed “Medea”, a work by Euripides, then “Troy”, based on the literary piece The Odyssey and “Cecilia, the clay angel “, an adaptation of the text by Cirilo Villaverde. With these classics pieces, the group of more than forty members intends to educate the aesthetic taste of people who pass and stop to look at them.

Three decades have passed since its first staging – Once upon a time a king -, still surprising by the slow movement of the actors, the spectacular costumes and the successful musical selection. They are able to paralyze any city with their art

D'Morón Teatro. Photo: Potter.
D’Morón Teatro. Photo: Potter.

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