Repertory.

Credits

Year of release: 2010

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Alejandro Cardona, Eleni Karaindrou, Joaquín López Chapman, Eduardo Soto Millán, Eugenio Toussaint, Música popular mexicana.

Sound: Joaquín López Chapman

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Alita Winburn

Image: Pablo Labastida

Text: Jean Meyer

Voice: Damián Alcázar

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Irvin Guerrero, Gabriela Gullco, Leonardo Schwartz. Lino Perea, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz e Itzel Zavaleta

Musicians: Tambuco, Cuarteto Latinoaméricano, Camerata de las Américas, Camerata String Orchestra.

 

Work produced by the International Cervantes Festival. FONCA and Mexico on Stage Theater System in Mexico City.

Soles Memory is a choreography that reflects on the Mexican being today, to mark the bicentenary of Mexico's Independence and the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution. It is not an apology, is a critical to a celebration that requires a social conscience against the historical development of the Mexican.

This work refers to the ancient myth that explains the creation of the world through a time measured by the existence of different soles. According to the ancient Mexicans live in the Fifth Sun This dance is a metaphor that refers to our ancestral memory to remind us that whenever the sun ends another begins, that whenever there is time, there is hope. That time is not spent in vain and that something of the nature of humanity we will learned over the soles.

We are the sum of suns.

Credits

Year of release: 2008

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Rodrigo Solórzano, Jesús Oyervides y Leopoldo García

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Jarmila Dostálová

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Saúl Gurrola, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz, Itzel Zavaleta.

Divertimento choreography behind traces in the depth of violent, rhythmic chords for Sound, thus causing a reflective atmosphere at the same time playful.

Work produced by the INBA and Cultural Forum Guanajuato

Credits

Year of release: 2007

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Joaquín López Chas, con fragmentos de Georges Gurdjieff y Thomas De Hartmann

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Jarmila Dostálová

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Saúl Gurrola, Lino Perea, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz.

For your reading is part of a deck of cards, mix the arcane and are spread over an area, ie the God have been shattered. The reader started on a sacred quest, gather the pieces ... the God raises

A. Jodorowsky

Arkanum (of arcanum, secret Latin word meaning) evokes desired and feared adventure to discover hidden places of the soul, an attempt to unravel mysteries and enigmas untie living as a symbol in the coffers of the collective unconscious. Therefore, the premise that guides us could not be more complex and simple at once: The water you're looking for is in the center of your pot.

The theme of the work takes as a benchmark of seven symbols of the Tarot Major Arcana (The Hanged Man, The Lovers, The Devil, The Sun, The Wheel of Fortune, The Wizard and Temperance). Following the nature of the Tarot, the selection of the seven cards used for this work were the result of a "tendency" which asked specifically about how many and which letters should be "present" in this work.

Arkanum is a project that brings together artists choreographed dance, visual arts, music and the scene in a complex proposal that represents all creative adventure as a challenge to the imagination.

Work produced by FONCA, Mexico on Stage, Dance Address, UNAM.

Credits

Year of release: 1998

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Lisa Gerard, Pieter Bourke

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Jarmila Dostálová

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Saúl Gurrola, Lino Perea, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz.

Irritated hope unholy seed degradation of the sand inept Greening the couplet: bolt so black, so anger his mouth as household outraged.

Oscar Oliva

Based on the poetic text Transfigured Canvas Oscar Oliva, puts us in a repeating cycle time and myths were transformed into bodies of many realities. Eros transits in his poetry and paints women going to the insurrection among ferns and forgotten, men who lick their wounds as lynx hoping irritated. In the poetry of Olive, as the river runs underground rebel, the man's voice calling him to his fate.

Credits

Year of release: 2005

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Sainkho, Dama Suma, ensamble Saróand

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Jarmila Dostálová

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Saúl Gurrola, Lino Perea, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz.

Percusiones: Joaquín López Chas.

I wake up I'll be clinging to the dream, which I fell asleep in the folds of time.

As an intimate desire of modern man to find pockets that come to himself, the dream appears as a possibility, not to escape, but to meet. Not sleeping, to wake up. To carry out this project received financial support from the National Council for Culture and the Arts, as part of Mexico in Scene, through the Program Support Groups Arts Professional Performing Arts (1 st issue, 2004-2005).

Credits

Year of release: 2000

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Tradicional en la voz de Lila Downs

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Jarmila Dostálová

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Saúl Gurrola, Lino Perea, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz.

This proposal is a choreographic tribute to the music that remains in memory of Mexicans. A journey through dance that takes place on a mosaic of sounds and rhythms that define their identity with their cadence.

Work produced by the XVI Festival Centro Historico, Mexico, D. F.

Credits

Year of release: 1996

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Arturo Márquez, Danzón Sinfónico No. 2

Lighting: Xóchitl González

Costume Design: Rafael Zamarripa

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Marely Romero.

A small fan and a space lit by footlights are presented as a destination for Nicolasa, woman who danzón step and pace of his desire naturally takes what belongs to him.

Work produced by FONCA-INBA for the National Tribute Guillermina Bravo, 1990

Credits

Year of release: 1993

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Dead Can Dance y Kronos

Costume Design: Joel Ruiz

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Irvin Guerrero, Gabriela Gullco, Marely Romero, Ugo Ruiz and Itzel Zavaleta

"The day or night finally arrived, he will certainly have to burn the ships"

Mario Benedetti

Credits

Year of release: 1987

Tribute to Rosario Castellanos

Idea, direction y choreography: Cecilia Lugo

Music: Federico Álvarez del Toro, Carlos Chávez, Georg Friedrich Haendel, Manuel M. Ponce

Poem: Rosario Castellanos

Voice: Carmen Díaz

Costume Design: Javier Larios

Dancers: Guadalupe Acosta, Gabriela Gullco, Marely Romero e Itzel Zavaleta

The work of Mexican writer Rosario Castellanos inspires the choreography that speaks of women trapped behind a closed door, for those who dare cross the threshold implies itself to take the reins of his own life