Distopía (2018)2021-06-07T18:07:36+00:00
“Any steps that society takes towards utopia generate dystopia. The protagonist in this story lives within an apparently ideal (and therefore non-existent and broken) society where individual personality is negated. She questions the life she has lived – and still lives – and because of that life, she is judged and mistreated in every conceivable way. This is a show whose content is deep and disturbing, yet full of light and beauty, a show that will allow the spectator to enjoy flamenco, dance and music going hand-in-hand with the emotional charge of the story.”


Patricia Guerrero

Initial proposal – production 2018





Plan for production and opening

Initial piece –

9 June 2018 – Pompidou Museum, Málaga

23 June 2018 – Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

Preview – 5 September 2018 – Festival Oriente Occidente (Rovereto – Italy)

Opening night – 9 September 2018 – Teatro Central – Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla


Best Female Dancer (nominated), Best Choreography (nominated) and Best Dance Show (Nominated) – Max Awards 2019

As a concept, dystopia describes an imaginary and undesirable world where reality blurs with nightmare, a world where the contradictions in what people say are taken to their most extreme conclusions.

The story moves between reality and dreams, truth and delirium, through an imaginarium of intertwining sound and movement, becoming a game of impulses that follows a woman in a seemingly pleasant society, but which at its core imprisons this woman and strips her of her own being, almost her own body, transforming her into a kind of automaton with pre-set movements. This story takes a lot of inspiration from the reality that we live in, showing us a side of the world that is hidden and which is lived in silence and solitude, exploring our present reality with the intention of telling how some of society’s controlling mechanisms create unjust and cruel systems.

It all starts with celebration and memory, which introduce the metronome that, as a leitmotif, continually sets the tempo of life, the physical domination of men who she hopes to emulate, the need to love, madness in the face of the impossibility of escaping society. Fiction overcomes reality, giving way to an existence made up of fragments of destroyed and undesirable dreams, where the protagonist ends up crushed by her experiences, and we travel towards the depths of our emotions.

Artistic and technical staff:

Art direction and choreography – Patricia Guerrero

Stage direction and dramaturgy – Juan Dolores Caballero

Musical direction, composition and adaptation – Dani de Morón, José Manuel Posada “Popo”, Agustín Diassera

Lighting design – Manuel Madueño

Costume creation – Laura Capote / María López Sánchez

Shoes – An exclusive design for Patricia Guerrero by Begoña Cervera

Photography – Naemi Ueta

Lighting – Manuel Madueño

Lighting/machinery – Sergio Collantes de Terán

Sound – Rafael Pipió / Ángel Olalla

Distribution & Booking – Pablo Leira

Production assistants – María Gutiérrez, José Manuel Navarro

Production director – Guiomar Fernández Troncoso


Patricia Guerrero – Dance

Dani de Morón – Flamenco guitar

José Manuel Posada “Popo” – Electric bass / Double bass

Agustín Diassera – Percussion

Sergio “El Colorao” – Flamenco song

Alicia Naranjo – Lyrical song / actress

Ángel Fariña – Dance

Rodrigo García Castillo – Dance / actor

Distopía is produced by Compañía Patricia Guerrero & Endirecto FT, S.L. In cooperation with Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla. In collaboration with Festival de Cante Jondo Antonio Mairena.

Distributed by Endirecto FT, S.L.

In collaboration with:

INAEM – Ministerio de Cultura – Gobierno de España

Instituto Andaluz del Flamenco

Consejería de Cultura y Patrimonio Histórico – Junta de Andalucía