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    Wednesday 12, 18.30 h
    Thursday 13, 20.00 h
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    Ages 12+


We have all heard about Shakespeare’s Othello, but what is the play really about? Could it be explained differently? Alba Sarraute & les Ofèlies use the language of circus: by means of acrobatics, music and the bodies of the performers, they put together a collection of highly poetic images. Through the eyes of Desdemona, Othello’s wife, we will dive into the most dramatic dimensions of human nature… but always with a smile.

A show that combines circus and Shakespeare texts, where characters tell a story with their bodies and music. The tragedy becomes volatile and universal as it goes through the circus disciplines.


  • Adaptation and direction: Alba Sarraute
  • Original dramaturgy: William Shakespeare
  • Staging: Laia Sanmartín
  • Choreography: Berta Pascual
  • Stage design: Montse Pons
  • Production: Camaleònica Produccions
  • Lights technician: Joaquim Aragó
  • Sound technician: Ton Mentruit
  • Musical composition: Furmi Gómez
  • Composition ‘La Peste’: Jorge Sarraute
  • Musical conduction: Jordi Claret
  • Photography and video: El Gato Productions


  • Traveller: Alba Sarraute (acrobacy, clown, teeterboard)
  • Othello: Martí Soler (hand to hand, knife throwing, Cyr wheel, piano, trompet)
  • Desdemona: Berta Pascual (dance and actress) and Anna Pascual (Chinese pole, hand to hand and piano)
  • Iago: Tomeu Amer (acrobacy, free ladder, teeterboard, German wheel)
  • Cassio: Adrià Montanya (balances, hand balancing and acrobacy)
  • Emilia: Laura Martí (singer, clown and guitar)
  • Soldier 1: Jordi Claret (cello)
  • Soldier 2: Noè Escolà (saxophone)