PALOMAS

“When you get tired of endless drama, deep philosophy and tragedy, such performances are born … Penetrated by something very warm and attractive, tasty, playful. You let go of the imagination, and it gives birth to mood, and then images, weaving them into history.

For me this performance is about something very feminine and endlessly human, about something intimate that hides in the maid’s room in the morning or evening … About what makes me smile and sometimes cry. About what the heart responds to, and what you can dance endlessly. In the shower, in front of a mirror, in a hall, on the street, on the sea – barefoot or in sandals. And always in a dress.

For each story will be its own. But one way or another, light. And in this, probably, the whole point … “- Ekaterina Lapina – co-choreographer, performer.