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Poaching beauty in a battle between preservation and destruction, this physical theater performance investigates the physical toll of a progressively graying existence.

Directed by Gema Galiana


Anthony Nikolchev
Julian Sandoval

Gema Galiana
The original score by Michael Daregon 
The Lighting Designer is Jorge Luis Urrea
Set Consultant is Mark Kanieff
Assistant Director Mauricio Gomez Amoretti

The male of this Kauaʻi ʻōʻō Bird was recorded singing a mating call, to a female that would never come. It died in 1987.

“extraordinary performance...I can only describe this play as a must see – surreal, and yet a compelling questioning of our everyday lives.”

                                                                         — Daniel Donnelly, The Mumble, International Cultural Surveyors

“Today’s electrifying performance by Gema Galiana and two other actors will surely remain etched in the memory of spectators for long for the manner it showcased the unique universal and timeless potential of the human body as a powerful tool of expression so as to stir emotions and responses in an audience.”

- Daily Excelsior

“What a gifted show!

Striking beauty of the vital forces ou l’Elan vital !
« Soulistic » performance beating hearts with churning hope and emotional pugnacity
Greatest turbulences ever felt exhausting human passions and his abysmal darknesses
Hideous desert and chaotic spheres
Spirits consumed in an exhilarating Lost Eden
Celebrating Death? Oh non! Voyons this magnetic Warrior Dance for awakening and elevating our cosmic Consciousness~

***Thank you for this magnificent work of heart/art***
The Last One had my best tears for the Fringe 2018”

                                                                                                  — Michelle (Audience member, Summerhall, Ed.Fringe2018)

“The most amazing, mesmerizing, confusing, powerful show I’ve seen this year. It left me feeling heavy and sad and angry but with a refreshed perspective on many things, as well as with deep appreciate for life. Definitely worth seeing.”

                                                                                        — Zala (Audience member. Summerhall, Ed.Fringe2018)

Rod Penn Photography
Rod Penn Photography
Rod Penn Photography
Rod Penn Photography
Rod Penn Photography
Rod Penn Photography
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