Between dreams and flowers
Work nominated to the Best Touring Show Awards granted by the Austin Critics Choice Award
A striking work, loaded with symbolisms and of a meticulous visual work that has been presented with great success in Mexico, Latin America and USA.
The mask is a disguise, but it can also be a useful one; however all masks fall away, and in the end, we are left with our true selves. In their celebrated newest piece, Delfos examines the masks we wear to survive, to love, and to endure in a world that seems never to want us to take the mask off. Eloise Kazán’s stunning costumes, along with a striking video stage-design adds to the startling visual feast that surrounds this evening-length work.
“The choreography is impressive in the way that Delfos is deeply exploring and questioning one’s daily life. The audience was immersed in the work via the interpretative power of the dancers, along with real-time video, computer animation, and haunting score. It was a well-deserved extended standing ovation for When Disguises are Hung Up at its premiere.”
Héctor Guardado, Noroeste. Mazatlán-Sinaloa