'LOVO' places a view on the conservation and protection of biodiversity, analyzing the process of disappearance of an animal species as if it were the extinction of a love.
It proposes a vision on the consequences of the destruction that the human being generates in the Nature, the changes that take place in the habitats that it shares with other animals and that also demonstrate the vulnerability and fragility of the human life.
We dive into the bowels of another living being as if we were doing it in his own soul, in a biography, or in the deepest and darkest of the heart.
Three documentary filmmakers on stage tell how they found poisoned the last wolf in Sierra Morena. The animal will wage a battle inside: a toxic that spreads through the body.
'LOVO' is also a story of microscopic and cellular love, a flight without return which threatens the survival of the animal. Another endangered species on the verge of extinction that faces our responsibility within the ecosystem that shelters us. Can love reverse the fatal fate that threatens the characters? How would the habitat itself react to an annihilating threat?
Idea and direction: Carlos Cazalilla
Performers-puppeteers: Vera González, Esther D'Andrea / Mónica Varela y Carlos Cazalilla
Lighting: Teatro Lafauna
Sound design: Teatro Lafauna
Stage design, puppets and objects: Carlos Cazalilla
Outside perspective: Marianne Hansé
Production: Javier Chávez (IFO Asbl)
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