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TO THE MOON

During the 60s, Tara spends the summers at a farm staring at the stars and dreaming of becoming an astronaut. While the world is concentrated on the space race, she becomes fascinated by the stories her ingenious grandfather tells her. But his disappearance leads her to embark on the most important mission of her live: saving the destiny of the moon, with the help of a peculiar flock of geese.

“To the moon” combines theater and animation to shape a magical story full of tenderness and fantasy in an astonishing groundbreaking family show.

2015-19 Tour

2015

Opening November Teatro Príncipe Gran Vía

28-29/11 La Casa Encendida. Madrid

20/12 Daimiel – Ciudad Real

20/12 Bolaños de Calatrava – Ciudad Real

2016

02/01 Manzanares – Ciudad Real

31/01 Canals – Valencia

13/02 Valdemoro – Madrid

14/02 San Sebastián de los Reyes – Madrid

21/02 Móstoles – Madrid

22/02 FETEN. Gijón – Asturias

28/02 Alcalá de Henares – Madrid

05/03 Moralzarzal – Madrid

06/03 Villaviciosa de Odón – Madrid

06/03 San Martín de la Vega – Madrid

13-14/03 La Laboral. Gijón – Asturias

18/03 Villa del Prado – Madrid

19/03 Becerril de la Sierra – Madrid

29/03 Caspe – Aragón

02/04 Getafe – Madrid

10/04 Basauri – Vizcaya

16/04 Cartaya – Huelva

23/04 Trujillo – Cáceres

24/04 Murcia. Teatro Circo

06/05 Andorra – Teruel

29/05 Majadahonda – Madrid

13/05 Móstoles – Madrid

12/09 Buitrago de Lozoya – Madrid

30/09 Cádiz. Tía Norica

07/10 Pozuelo de Alarcón – Madrid

13/10 Aguilar de Campoo – Palencia

14-15/10 Valladolid. Teatro Calderón

18/10 La Bañeza – León

21/10 Villanueva de la Cañada – Madrid

23/10 Villena – Alicante

28/10 Camarma de Esteruelas – Madrid

30/10 Leioa – Vizcaya

05/11 Barakaldo – Vizcaya

13/11 Villanueva de Gállego – Zaragoza

22-24/11 Oviedo. Teatro Filarmónica

03/12 Boltaña – Huesca

10/12 Las Rozas – Madrid

11/12 Chapinería – Madrid

17/12 – 08/01 Madrid. El Pavón Teatro Kamikaze

18/12 Murcia. Pupa Clown

23/12 Carrión de los Condes – Palencia

26/12 Vitoria

27/12 San Fernando de Henares – Madrid

28/12 Arganda – Madrid

29/12 Villalba – Madrid

2017

22/01 Torrelavega – Cantabria

02-04/02 Sevilla. Teatro Alameda

19-21/02 Alcobendas – Madrid

23/02 Móstoles – Madrid

27/02 – 01/03 Murcia. Teatro Romea

18-19/03 Málaga. Teatro Cánovas

25/03 Guadalajara. Teatro Moderno

19/04 Pamplona. Civivox San Jorge

05-06/05 Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Teatro Guimera

08/10 Medina del Campo – Valladolid

04/11 – 19/11 Madrid. Teatro Marquina

30/12 Valencia de Don Juan – León.

2018

03/01 Albacete

04/01 Segovia. Teatro Juan Bravo

04/02 Laguna de Duero – Valladolid

21/10 Salamanca. Teatro Liceo

19/12 Ayelo de Malferit – Valencia

2019

02/04 Canals – Valencia

Cast

Original idea & text
DANIEL GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ
CYNTHIA MIRANDA

Direction
CYNTHIA MIRANDA

Cast 
ESTHER DÍAZ DE MERA (TARA)
JUAN PEDRO SCHWARTZ (ABUELO)
VICTOR MANUEL COSO (CIENTÍFICO/PADRE)

Character design & elements
ELISA CANO RODRÍGUEZ

Background colors
EVA DE LA CRUZ

Background design
YERAY GONZÁLEZ

Set & costume design
ELISA CANO RODRÍGUEZ
YERAY GONZÁLEZ

Original music
OSCAR BOTELLO

Animation & videos
DANIEL GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ

Mapping
DANIEL GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ

Costume 
INMACULADA CANO

Set 
HIPÉRBOLE DECORADOS

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Dossier

Poster

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Didactic guide

Technical Data Sheet

FRESH FROM THE PRESS

“To the moon is a poetic, elegant and sincere appeal to imagination, to the power of transformation, to the opportunity to turn our bewilderment into action […] Adults and children face essential questions about freedom, love, power and death. Faced with the bewilderment that surrounds us, To the moon asks us not to give up”. Itziar Pascual, Primer Acto.

“The formal innovation acquires a sense of its own in the plot. Not only due to the possibility of experiencing the flight of a goose to the moon, but because in the end the play is about saying goodbye to the grandfather, not only from Earth, but from life itself. The animation provides a warm detachment; while the protagonism of the girl live on stage, gives a vital closeness “. Juan Gar . La Nación.

“An actress, a screen, a projector … Enough for a full endearing and fascinating trip”. CNC News – China.

“A fun, tender and exciting play. Finally, a show that does not treat children as fools. These fantastic adventures written by Cynthia Miranda and Daniel García have already amazed young audiences at the last festival of Avignon. Full of humor and gravity, evoking life’s difficulties and grief, they touch both young and old audiences. A delight”. Nathalie Simon. Le Figaro.

“This theatrical tale responds to a new way of staging that combines and strengthens the physicality of the theater with the contribution of technology. The combination of the two creates the necessary illusion to take you on a trip with Tara and her geese to the interstellar moon world, to childhood and dreams”. Jana Pacheco. La Playa de Madrid.

“A tale that deals with a delicate subject using poetry, tenderness and humor”. Corinne Denailles. Webtheatre. Avignon.

“An amazing story told with simplicity. It reminds me of the old days when we had fun with an old piece of paper or construction games”. Shanghai Daily.

“Children gaze in awe at the adventures of the protagonist. While adults enjoy it while being moved”. Anne Sollier. Figaroscope.

“In this modern and poetic tale, me passes like a meteorite”. Annie Grandjanin. Annie All Music.

“Between laughter and tears, you find yourself dealing with the sensitivity of the matter, which is approached with magic and tenderness”. Sortir a Paris.