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MUT[is]#01 is the dance piece resulting of the work in progress that companyia Múcab Dans made during 2011; a origina innovative performing proposal of dance, live music and articulated structures that surprise and excite the public.

The set designer Santi Cabús and the choreographer Irina Martínez have been enteret in the fusion between technology and sensitivity, between iron and movement, between toughness and tenderness, to enter the vast empire of silence.

Under an appearance that may seems uniform, say the company, there are "many kinds of silences and many ways to keep silent".

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Silence is the expression of what is inexpressible? .. and what is inexpressible? what you can not say, but is it? not all that is what can be said? There is very evident realities that can not be fit into the conceptual and verbal speech.

In the land of silence, the word is a maladjusted foreign; talks and talks but says nothing. In the world of silence are the words are voices in the desert, voices without answer or without echo.

The silence appears occasionally, without noise, without major preliminaries. Most often sought but not something arbitrary and accidental. The silence rest in a few moments with the subject and disappears again, because of a word, an interruption, a music, an external noise or a feeling of suffocation inside; No matter the reason, the being of silence is quiet and fragile..


Authors: Múcab Dans
Choreography: Irina Martínez
Scenography: Santi Cabús
Musical composition: Selva de Mar
Dancer: Irina Martínez
Musicians: Pablo Weijsenfeld and Sasha Agramov
Scenography manipulator: Joan Laporta
company resident of L'Estruch de Sabadell
with the support of Subvencions KREAS de l'Ajuntament Girona


Bulb is a lighting interactive scenography which plays with the same word on itself. On one side Bulb (light object) and on the other side Bulb (in Catalan), is like the underground storage organs of nutrients (like in some aliments in botany, in anatomy the hair , ..)

A scenic space (conventional or not) where the movement is the source of nutrients and richness of the scenography, which reacts by modulating the intensity of light and sound of the space.

We work with the idea that bodies in motion generate the energy and this is visualized with light intensity. The dancers/users, on the stage/installation, affect on the intensity of the light bulbs and modulate sound.

Bulb is a dual proposal, as can be understood as an interactive installation and/or worked as a staging with specific working groups.

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Bulbis a project open to work with many types of audiences and groups. The scenography with bulbs will always be the same but there will be people that will interact differently to the show (always based on guidelines and a continuous work of body/movement with the choreographer Irina Martínez).

To visualize the movement in relation to the intensity of light or sound modulation, we believe it is a very clean to take conscience of the body, movement, rhythm, both for whom it acts as who observes; a different way to observe and bring closer the language of dance.

The idea of Bulb is works with different groups (the elderly, women, exclusion social risk, people with disabilities, ..), from an interactive light scenography to work the own motion, from the individual and/or the group, for a specific time (X weeks) to finish making a sample of the resulting process.

A work of body and movement with which to express, convey emotions, to experience from an unusual context by some groups.


Idea & creation: Múcab Dans company
Coreography: Irina Martínez
Scenography: Joan Laporta
Interactive programmers: Marco Domenichetti & Joan Laporta
Dancers in Centre Cívic Ribera-Baixa: Marina Mora, Noelia Balastegui and Sandra López

granted project with: Beca d'Escenografia Interactiva del Centre Cívic Ribera-Baixa
with the support of: Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya

Paper bubbles

Best Young Audience Show Award - Feria de Teatro de Castilla-León Ciudad Rodrigo 2014

Paper bubbles is an interactive and participatory show of dance, live music and multimedia interaction, directed to the young audiences by Múcab Dans company.

Paper bubbles is a show that combines dance, music and multimedia interaction; a visual and plastic proposal that plays from the imagination of a childs (and the adults) transporting them to a place where everything is possible.. A journey through a fantasy world filled with bubbles of soap, of paper, digitals, balloons, shadows, with black light,..

A dynamic and magical show where, young and old, can’t look off the stage and where they will be actively involved at the end traveling to Bombàlia..

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Roger is a musician, trumpeter, he is in love with bubbles and round things, for that is why his house is all round. Roger spends night and day trying to unite their passions, the trumpet and the bubbles, for that he wants do bubbles with the trumpet, but he does not succeed.

One day, in the middle of a dream comes to Bombalia, the country of the bubbles. There he meets the Bumbú, a naughty fairy who lives in Bombalia with bubbles of all kinds. The Bumbú, like all the bubbles, communicates through movement, without words.

The Bumbú, seeing that Roger didn’t get the bubbles with his trumpet, in the real world, comes from Bombalia to help him to achieve his goal. Bumbú, curious with humans, always watching them, and when they are sad, they lose hope, imagination or movement, she comes back to recuperate their the desire to play, laugh, imagine and dance...


Authors: Múcab Dans company
Direction: David Pintó
Coreography/dancer: Irina Martínez
Production/musician: Joan Laporta
Interactive programmers: Marco Domenichetti and Joan Laporta
Processing programmer: Marta Verde
Lighting design: Bernat Llunell
Customes: Elisa Echegaray
Set design: Santi Cabús

with the collaboration of: Centre Cultural de Vilanova del Vallès and Cultura en Viu (UAB)


Blowing és un espectacle visual, innovador i poètic de dansa, música en directe i interacció multimèdia, dirigit a tots públics de la companyia Múcab Dans.

Blowing és la nova produccio de la companyia Múcab Dans, dirigida per Toni Mira. Com en els seus anteriors espectacles, la companyia segueix utilizant la dansa, la música en directe i la tecnologia multimèdia, llenguatges que formen part del seu ADN.

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Ara mateix, en el món, en aquest precís moment, deuen estar volant milions i milions de desitjos que volen fer-se realitat. Demanem desitjos de moltes maneres diferents; bufant les espelmes el dia del nostre aniversari, veient passar un estel fugac, bufant una pestanya, tirant una moneda a un pou o bufant una flor de dent de lleo.
Desitgem moltes coses, en molts moments la nostra vida, però.. on van a parar aquests desitjos? Es compleixen? Qui els fa possible?

A 'Blowing' viurem el viatge d'una petita espora que té una missio, complir el desig de la Yuri. Un viatge a través del vent, ple d'aventures i situacions en les què trobarem les respostes a totes aquestes preguntes.. o no!

Un espectacle visual, poètic i innovador, on la dansa, la música en directe i la tecnologia ens convidaran a volar per un món fantàstic, màgic i absurd.

Fitxa artística

Creació: Múcab Dans i Toni Mira
Direcció escènica: Toni Mira
Coreografia:Toni Mira, Irina Martínez i Guille Vidal-Ribas
Composició musical; Dani Campos
Il·lustrador: Albert Arrayás

Ballarins: Irina Martínez i Guille Vidal-Ribas
Músic: Joan Laporta

Disseny de llums: Quico Gutiérrez
Disseny d'escenografia: Santi Cabús
Disseny d'interactius: Antonio Vera
Disseny de vídeo: Francesc Isern
Vestuari: Elisa Echagaray
Fotografia: Maria Jou
Cap tècnic: Ramsés Moraleda
Producció: Sílvia Lorente

amb el suport de: Fabra i Coats, fàbrica de creació, Can Gasol de Mataró, Espai Maragall de Gava, SAT! Teatre de Barcelona, Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya


Umbra is a new multidisciplinary show format which, from dance, live music and multimedia interaction, create an unreal space where telling an everyday story, close to the public, who enjoys, suffers and catches the audience.

A tender and intense proposal, of beautiful aesthetics and careful staging; a visual poem created to, both for experts as for public not accustomed with the dance, can appreciate and enjoy the language of the movement.

We work with technology and multimedia interaction, generating graphs and modulating the sound from the movement of the dancer, always prioritizing the scene and movement, making invisible all the technology.

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Umbra is a multidisciplinary interactive show where dance, music and multimedia interaction converge together in a visual, poetic and intense language.

The show speaks to confront our fears, to break routines, the social constraints, break the established rules and liberate our oppressed me.

Umbra A grain of sand to social transformation in a world in which we have forgotten to look, listen, touch, feel and breathe. A global world in which we lost the nuances to form part of a whole increasingly gray.

Umbra ​is a contemporary production, which takes advantage, without abusing, from the possibilities provided by the current software to grow beyond the stage and audiovisual projections, creating virtual scenographies in real time.


Idea & creation: Múcab Dans company
Coreography: Toni Mira i Irina Martínez
Scenic direction: Toni Mira
Musical composition: Marc Bahamonde
Dancer: Irina Martínez
Musician: Joan Laporta
Interactive programmers: Marta Verde, Jordi Salvadó and Joan Laporta
Lighting design: Bernat Jansà
Lighting technician: Bernat Llunell
Set design: Santi Cabús
Costumes: Elisa Echegaray
Video: Francesc Isern
Photography: Xavier Torres
with the collaboration of: L'Espai Maragall de Gavà i Fàbra i Coats. Fàbrica de Creació
with the support of: Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya