Our history

Theater for everyone

Addaura, is an Italian word which lends its name to palaeolithic grottoes found on Mount Pellegrino in Palermo. Human figures are drawn on the stone in one of the caves. They form a circle, as if they are dancing.  I discovered them by accident, and I think they were secretly waiting for us to gift us with the name of the company. Life’s unending wonders…

Teia Moner

The project

We’ve done it

The theater group bases its work on the restlessness of exploration and experimentation by merging stage disciplines. For my part, I let flow with rigor and enthusiasm all my imagination and the theatrical techniques that, for more than forty years, I have worked on at some points in my artistic career and the team of actors-dancers bring all their capacity and creativity, generating together a fruitful artistic synergy.

Eight dreamers

The company

Teia Moner

She is the artistic director of Addaura Teatre Visual. She is an actress, magician, puppeteer, writer, teacher and therapeutic pedagogue. She has won numerous prizes throughout her career. You can learn more about her rich imagination on her website.

Cristina Bertran

She is the co-founder of Addaura Teatre Visual. She has trained in contemporary, classical, jazz and tap dance at different schools, including SA NAU Dansa, Escola Anna Maleras, Maxime d’Harroche and others. She holds a diploma in Speech Pathology and Special Education and is a specialist in Emotional Education..

Julian Rico

Dancer, choreographer and multidisciplinary artist. He studied dance, plastic and audiovisual arts. He has performed in different countries of the European Community. He is a contemporary dance teacher.

Helena Rodriguez

She got her start in classical dance at the age of 6. After that, she worked in different techniques like jazz, contemporary, theatre dance, the lindy hop and other disciplines from the performing arts like clowning, magic, performance and object theatre. She is also a choreographer and dance teacher.

Miquel Espinosa

He is an educator, theatre teacher and mime. He studied audio recording techniques for video and TV at IDEP (BCN). He is a member of the musical groups VIA QUARTA and TRANSVIA. He is a sound technician at the Centre Dramàtic Generalitat Catalunya. He has published soundtracks for T de Teatre, Tricicle and Josep M Pou, among others.

Olga Lladó

She is a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. She graduated from the Theatre Institute of Barcelona in the specialisation of contemporary dance and earned a grant at the International Workshop of Prague. She has worked with Les Impuxibles, Umma Umma Dance, Aracaladanza and Habemus Corpus, among others.

Vassil Lambrinov

He was born in Sophia (Bulgaria). At the age of seven he and his father began to study music and violin. He pursued higher education at the Folkwang Hochschule für Musik in Essen (Germany). He works with the OBC and the Liceu Opera House Orchestra, among others, and is a member of the pop group Blaumut.

Laia Mora

She is a graduate of the Theatre Institute of Barcelona in contemporary dance. She is a dance teacher and choreographer. She has worked with Sol Picó and Jana Bitterovà, among others. She has been in different companies like Carne Agonizante in Brazil, Teatre el Molino in Barcelona and Cia Psicoproject.

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