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Yolanda Ulloa: La nueva estrella del teatro y cine español

She is one of the raising stars in the Spanish theatre and cinema. Check her regularly.

I saw her doing Brecht’s THE GOOD PERSON OF SZECHWAN and she was absolutely amazing.

Tell me your first time.

In Hospital Central, there was a before and after Yolanda Ulloa

Here with Verónica Forqué Yolanda Ulloa is hillarious.

June 30th, 2008 Posted by Papo | Film, Theatre | one comment

Viewpoints / PVE = ESAD Vigo = Escénika

El curso sobre Viewpoints /Puntos de Vista Escénicos tendrá lugar en Vigo, Galicia entre los días 7 y 11 de julio . Cuatro horas diarias: de 9:30 de la mañana a 1:30 de la tarde.

En estas Campo Internacional de Las Artes Escénicas organizado por la Escuela Superior de Arte Dramática (ESAD) de Galicia, habrá también otros cursos.

El costo de cada curso será de 50 Euros y de 35 Euros para los alumnos de la ESAD tramitado por ESAD.


+34/ 986-246-399


Coordinación: Nuria Montero Gullón & Roberto Pascual Rodríguez

Para más información pulsar abajo sobre


Lista de los Cursos, Seminarios y Talleres

June 16th, 2008 Posted by Papo | Puntos de Vista Escénicos PVE, Theatre | no comments

Madrid: A Really Friendly Town and People

This is a project that happened in 2006.
Really beautiful. Oh these Spaniards! :-)

June 13th, 2008 Posted by Papo | Places/Lugares, Uncategorized | no comments

My Home town. Donde nací.

What can I say?

It is just beautiful.

June 13th, 2008 Posted by Papo | Places/Lugares | no comments

The China Disabled People’s Performing Arts Troup

A great work of art is one that truly moves and inspires you. You yourself must be moved. Don’t look at art with others’ eyes. Don’t listen to music with others’ ears. You must react to art with your own feelings, your own heart and mind. If you allow yourself to be swayed by the opinions of others - “It must be good because everyone else likes it,” “It must be bad, because no one else likes it” - your feelings, your sensibility, which should be the very core of the artistic experience, will wither and die. To enjoy art to the fullest, you must abandon all preconceived notions, leaving a blank slate. Then confront the work directly, with your entire being.
If you are deeply moved, then that work is, for you, a great work of art.

Daisaku Ikeda


This is absolutely astonishing.

It was established in 1987 and it was originally composed of amateurs, but in 2000 they became professional. they will open the Olimpic Games in China this summer.

They have toured everywhere, and they have over 100 dancers on tour. These dancers are blind, deaf and mentally or physically disabled. As their main dancer and coordinator, Tai Lihua (she is deaf/mute) says: “They all have a common purpose of sharing their love of special arts and coming together to realize this dream.”

Below there is an interview with Tai Lihua.

This one is more This one is more psychedelic:

June 13th, 2008 Posted by Papo | Film, Theatre | no comments