MAY 02, 2017
5th annual SandBox Series: Mujeres, New works by Latina & Hispanic woman presents: Volcanic
Miami Theater Center (MTC) is proud to present Volcanic – created and performed by Spanish dancer-choreographer, Carlota Pradera. This solo dance performance is the third installment of MTC’s 5th Annu
5TH ANNUAL SANDBOX SERIES: MUJERES, NEW WORKS BY LATINA & HISPANIC WOMEN PRESENTS:
FROM A COLLISION OF EARTH, FIRE, AND ICE ARISES
THE MYTH OF A DYNAMIC HEROINE
ON A BRAVE QUEST AGAINST DEATH TO REGAIN HER TRUE NORTH
POWERFUL SOLO DANCE CREATED AND PERFORMED BY CARLOTA PRADERA
Miami, FL (May 2017) – Miami Theater Center (MTC) is proud to present Volcanic – created and performed by Spanish dancer-choreographer, Carlota Pradera. This solo dance performance is the third installment of MTC’s 5th Annual SandBox Series: MUJERES, which features powerful, new works by multi-talented Latina and Hispanic artists commissioned by MTC.
Volcanic tells the survival tale of a mythical and dynamic heroine born from the collision of earth, fire, and ice. Disbanded from her people, she sets out on a brave quest – crossing paths with a powerful arachnid witch, getting trapped in a deadly web, and then fighting with all her might to break free – to make it back to the place where she took her first icy breath.
Continuing the season’s theme of personal journeys and cultural exploration – and the grand finale of the MUJERES series – Volcanic premieres May 26th and runs through June 10th, 2017, in The SandBox at MTC. Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm. Tickets: General Admission $25.
May 26 – June 10, 2017
Dance solo choreographed and performed by Carlota Pradera
This powerful dance performance emerges from the collision of earth, fire, and ice, giving birth to the myth of a dynamic heroine. Watch as she sets out on a brave quest against death to regain her true north.
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Miami Theater Center – The SandBox
9806 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, FL 33138
For tickets & information call: 305-751-9550
ABOUT CARLOTA PRADERA
Carlota is from northern Catalonia. She comes from an artistic and scientific family background and has loved both art and science since early childhood. Carlota holds a BA in performance and choreography from Florida International University (2009). In Spain, she studied under Carmen Roche (ballet techniques) and attended Carmen Senra School (modern-dance techniques, contemporary and improvisation practices). In Europe, she attended choreographic professional development workshops with choreographers Rui Horta, Ramon Oller, and others. In Miami, Carlota has worked with choreographers Giovanni Luquini, Heather Maloney, and others, and performed her work – and was a guest artist – in several Florida Dance festivals and Moving Current in Tampa. Carlota has received several Artist Access Grants by Tigertail Productions to be part of New York’s Movement Research (2004, 2007, 2013) and Trisha Brown’s Summer Intensive (2007). In 2011, she organized “Pradera and Collaborators” to create ongoing interdisciplinary projects which presented Think Like a Guy and Looking Back. In 2012, Aquarius Juice premiered at Here & Now, Miami Light Project. In 2014, seed project Bare Bones – developed at Miami Theater Center – was presented by Tigertail Productions, Miami-Dade County Auditorium’s On.Stage Black Box – and later as part of Movement Research at the Judson Church program in NYC.
Since 2003, Carlota has been guiding workshops for University settings, professional actors and dancers, children and groups of all abilities, and the community at large throughout South Florida for VSAFL, Yep Program, Karen Peterson and Dancers, Inc., Kendall Campus, Prometeo Theater, Contemporary Sundays, Shake-a-Leg, Tigertail Productions, Miami Art Museum, after-school programs, Arts for Learning, and GodoyPradera’s educational arts platform (since 2015 to the present).
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