Itinerant street performance
Also available for parades
Recommended audience age: suitable for all audiences
Performance running time: 1h
Actors’ number: 3
Optimal assembly time: 3h
Optimal disassembly time: 1h30’
The Zeppelin, a globe 7m long and 2,5m wide and is propelled by a small vehicle which can elevate the globe and it’s basket approximately 3m above the ground and flight over the audience.
In the case of parades the minimal width and height are:
2,5m width x 4,5m height
If there is any bend in the route, the length required is 7,1m.
In the case of a static show:
The space should be big enough for the Zeppelin to make little trips of 20-30m.
Premiere: 12/09/2004 – Fira Tàrrega, Catalonia
An unprecedented show that leads us into the world of dreams and imagination.
Monsieur Bocamoll, Marcello the Inventor mechanic and Ursus the courageous acrobat Pilot bring us in their Zeppelin to the fabulous time of the pioneers in air travel at the beginning of the 20th century. They take off on their flight to the scene of open-mouthed citizens. Nothing can turn them back. Neither storms nor breakdowns will impede them on their tour. With the audience’s help they will overcome all obstacles. On their journeys through the world they’ll meet people, see cities, they’ll fall in love… music and colour will fill the streets.
An adventure full of surprises, which will eclipse the monotony of the cities with the flight of the Zeppelin. The struggle of these fantastic dreamers to turn their illusions into reality.
La Baldufa presents an extremely versatile show, adaptable to infinity of routes, parades…
Author: La Baldufa
Direction: La Baldufa
Design: Carles Pijuan
Construction: Xevi Planas, Ultra Màgic, La Baldufa
Wardrobe: Teresa Ortega
· Monsieur, Bocamoll: 1 artist of the company
· Marcello, the Inventor: 1 artist of the company
· Ursus, the Pilot: 1 artist of the company
Production: La Baldufa
Office: Isabel Mercé, Pilar Pàmpols
INAEM – Ministerio de Cultura
Departament de Cultura – Generalitat de Catalunya
Ajuntament de Lleida
Institut Ramon Llull