New street creations under a specific topic such as the stage arts, sports, Don Quijote, Mozart’s work or Neruda’s life.
Every show is composed by different actions and allegorical carriages: genuinely live moving stages where actors are completely in contact with the audience. Every cavalcade has a starting actions, an itinerary and a final action where the audience comes together after the tour following actors, musicians, acrobats and dancers.
All street shows move along streets, squares and avenues, looking for a maximum audience. All local artists are invited and workshops are created to involve them in developing Comediants’ typical language into the performance.
- Up Medellín, closing ceremony for the 9th South American games. Medellín, Colombia (2010).
- The arts inundate the festival, 40th edition of San Javier Theatre and Dance Festival. Murcia (2009).
- Terpsícore, Terpsícore, opening ceremony of Italica’s International Dance Festival. Santiponce. Sevilla (2009).
- Ode to sport, opening ceremony of Os Xogos do Eixo Atlántico. A Coruña (2009).
- Mozart Andante, to celebrate Mozart0s 250th anniversary. Santander, Almería, Bilbao, València (2006).
- Las Nuevas Justas de Zaragoza: 1st Quijote’s tournament of the digital era. For the celebration of Aragon’s Day. Zaragoza (2005).
- Ode to madness, for the 400th anniversary of the Quijote’s publishing. Almagro, Segovia, Bilbao, Vitoria, Alcalá de Henares (2005).
- Neruda adelante. 100 years travelling, which stages the life and work of the poet on the year we celebrate his 100th anniversary. Santiago de Chile, Chile (2004).
- Wake up to the Millenium, welcoming celebration for the new century. Madrid (2001).
- Cavalcade of the arts for the cultural carnivals in Valparaíso. Chile (2001).
- Odyssey, together with Macnas company. Saint Patrick’s Day. Dublin, Ireland (1999)
- Mediterranean party, Sydney Festival. Australia (1999).
- La Santuzza, dramatization of the plague for the 374th Festino di Santa Rosalia, Palermo. Italy (1998).
- Magic of time, a whole year transformed into a daily cavalcade for Seville’s World Expo.
- Mare Nostrum, a trip through the essence of our sea. Barcelona and Seville (1992).