Olga Pericet (1975) is one of the leaders in flamenco dance and Spanish dance of her generation and one of its innovators in recent times. From an absolute technical domain, develops a harmonious and precious style, of enormous plasticity in the scene, which has earned her the MAX Award for the best principal dancer in 2015.
Graduated in Spanish Dance and flamenco in Córdoba. She has studied with masters such as Matilde Coral, Manolo Marín, Maica Moyano and José Granero, among others, and has been a soloist and guest artist of companies such as Rafaela Carrasco, Nuevo Ballet Español, Arrieritos, Miguel Ángel Berna, Teresa Nieto, Belén Maya and Ballet Nacional de España. Share stage with Ana Laguna, Nacho Duato, Enrique Morente among great figures of music and dance.
In 2004, she premiered as the choreographer and soloist the show “Bolero, letter of love and indifference”, and a year later, together with Manuel Liñán, she created the show “Cámara negra”, that same year she created a company together with Marco Flores and Daniel... +
...Doña. Chanta la Mui, followed by a handful of works that suppose a revulsive for his renewing vision of flamenco dance.
Alone we left the shows “Rosa, Metal, Ash” “In one piece” “End and beginning of woman” and Flamenco Untitled. With which it obtains great success of public and specialized critic. Recognitions such as: ACE AWARDS 2016 Extraordinary Theater Award, 2014 RNE Critical Eye Award, Pilar López National Flamenco Award among others are those who accompany him.
Carlota Ferrer actress, director and choreographer
Critical Eye Award of the performing arts 2015, Max Award show revelation for the Night Swimmers 2015.
Woman of integral theater able to personify a scenic concept that unites different disciplines. She knows the theatrical carpentry (interpretation, direction, dance, music, plastic arts …) in her long training as an interpreter and director, as well as the Theater of the Abbey and the RESAD, in her curriculum appear international names like Stephanne Braunschweig, Falk Richter, Nir de Volf, Jan Lauwers, Peeping Tom, … who have undoubtedly left their mark on him. He has been assistant director of the best such as Krystian Lupa, Álex Rigola or José Luis Gómez, to name a few. Linking such well-established scenic areas as Teatro de La Abadía, El Teatro Español and as innovative as Draft.inn or La Biennale de Venecia. All these values are revealed in his productions as Cancro creator, Lost bodies, The melancholy of King Kong, Night swimmers, Fortune cookie, The bright room, The Dark Hour.