Barruguet Festival: Show JoJo
The Santa Eulalia del Río City Council is once again starting its Barruguet Festival program through the Platea project. The first of the shows will be the ecological fable ‘JoJo’, by the Catalan company Borja Ytuquepintas.
‘JoJo’ is a story in defence of the love of animals and respect for their freedom. JoJo, in fact, is the name of the first orangutan that was rescued from captivity and returned to the wild, inaugurating the International Animal Rescue project (International Animal Rescue in Catalan). JoJo stars in an adventure in which the company mixes puppets and drawing with sand, a spectacular technique that the company already showed off in Santa Eulalia with its previous show called ‘Sueños de Arena’, performed in 2014. Music also plays a leading role since it has been made to replace the text to help understand the thread of the story.
The show ‘JoJo’ of the Barruguet Festival will be performed on Sunday, September 27 from 7:30 p.m. at the Ibiza Conference Center, has an expected duration of 55 minutes, is aimed mainly at an audience of 5 years and older and has a price of 10 euros (plus processing costs) if the purchase is made online through www.festivalbarruguet.com or 12 euros if it is made at the Palau box office, which will open one hour before the start of the show.