Pulsar is Spanish and it means touching, caressing and exploring. For the youngest of the family, this Mexican-Argentinian theatre will use wooden blocks to create a constantly changing landscape that moves, grows, rises and makes music. The audience will sit around this landscape, creating a safe community of their own.
The audience will sit around this landscape, creating a safe community of their own.
This show proposes a dramaturgy of actions and images where the performers, playing with simple elements, summon the spectators to a pleasant, subtle, soft, and friendly experience through touch.