1. 2010 -
    CU-CUCO. Show for babies. Length 25’. Choreographer and director Carolina Arija y Raquel de la Plaza. Premier: Teatro Tyl-Tyl de Navalcarnero (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government.
     
    NUBES. (Full scale production for 9 dancers). Children`s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. Co- produced by the Madrid Regional Government, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, DanceEast, Mercat de les Flors, Auditorio de Tenerife and the Jerwood Foundation. Collaborators: Diputación de Albacete, Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas, Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas, Teatros del Canal and Teatro de La Abadía.
  2. 2009 -
    NUBES. (Medium scale production for 6 dancers). Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Jerwood Foundation. Collaborators: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas, Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas and Teatro de La Abadía.
  3. 2008 -
    VISTO LO VISTO. Children`s show. Revised choreography of the original show premiered in 2001. Premier: Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Collaborators: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas.
  4. 2007 -
    TAC – TAC. Show for babies. Length 25’. Premier: Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Collaborator: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas.
  5. 2006 -
    PEQUEÑOS PARAÍSOS. Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Teatro de la Abadía.
  6. 2004 -
    ¡NADA...NADA!. Children’s show. Length: 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Teatro de la Abadía.
  7. 2003 -
    LA SONRISA DE PENÉLOPE. Street show. Length 30’. Premier: Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Las Rozas (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
     
    PUZZLE. Children`s show. Length 50’. Premier: Centro Cultural La Despernada de Villanueva de la Cañada. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  8. 2002 -
    VISTO Y NO VISTO. Children’s show. Length 50’ Premier: Sala Pradillo de Madrid as a part of the Festival Internacional Madrid en Danza. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  9. 2001 -
    ENTRE FLORES Y SUSPIROS. Street show. Length 25’. Premier: Plaza del Rollo (Madrid). As a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.
  10. 2000 -
    MALETAS. Children’s show. Length 55’. Choreography by Enrique Cabrera, Mónica Runde y Teresa Nieto. Premier: Teatro Federico Gª Lorca de San Fernando de Henares. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  11. 1999 -
    UN VIAJE INESPERADO. Children’s show. Length 55’. Premier: Centro Cultural de Valdemoro, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  12. 1998 -
    TRISTE TRÍO DE JÉREZ CON ROLLITOS DE JAMÓN SERRANO Y SALSA ALHARACA. Length: 15’. Under the show “A pedir de boca”. Premier: Sala Pradillo de Madrid as a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.
    1997 -
    INTERROGACIÓN. Street show. Length 25’. Premier: Estación Norte (Madrid) as a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.
     
    SCRUNCH, SCRUNCH, CRUNCH. Show/workshop for families. Length 35’. Comissioned by the International Festival Teatralia. Premier: Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid.
     
    ANA Y EL ARCO DE COLORES. Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared de Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  13. 1996 -
    JUANA. Youth show. Length 60’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared de Madrid. Coproduced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
  14. 1995 -
    CATALINA Y EL CUBO MÁGICO. Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government.
  15. 1994 -
    NIGUA. Short, 10’. Premier: Sala Olimpia as a part of the Certámen Coreográfico de Madrid. Enrique Cabrera, Winner Oustanding Choreography, American Dance Festival (USA)
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