Cia Mariantònia Oliver

The Cia Mariantònia Oliver was created in 1989 and with the show Ocho she won the Jove Creativitat de Catalunya award and the Biennial de Joves Creadors de la Mediterrània. Later on she created the show Marco Raso, a co-production with Barcelona, London and Madrid, touring on theaters and festivals in Spain, Europe and America. In 2000 she moved to Mallorca and created her first show dedicated to children: Bobot, with whom she toured the Netherlands, Spain and various international festivals. A year later she created La Contínua, a coproduction with Teatre Principal in Palma, the Balearic Government and Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona. Follows Poets, a show based on works bycontemporary Mallorcan poets. For a familyaudience, she creates two shows: Rasss, withdrawings by Max and Na Llauneta recicla, withrecycling as the central theme. With Mapes, she took part in Festival EscenaContemporanea de Madrid and Petita Lula, adance show in public spaces, premiered at thePalma amb la dansa festival in May 2008. Thatsame year she premiered La Paraula i els peusnus at Fira Mediterrània in Manresa with poetryby Balearic authors. She created the show No-Res with aerial danceand mapping, which also premiered at theFestival Palma amb la dansa. Las Muchas, a show created with thecollaboration of 11 women from Maria de laSalut aged around 80. Malmenats, a piece created with 3 men who did not come from the dance code, a musician, an actor and a publicist and art teacher, for an adult audience. And a creation laboratory for children as part of an euroregional project of Midies.Pyrinées Scena Centro, with 4 participants from Mallorca and 3 from Montpellier, a show called Trobades which was premiered in 2014. Volen, Volen, another show for family audiences that has performed more than 150 performances nationally and internationally. Las Muchísimas, a production of Teatre Principal de Palma that is also presented at the Festival Grec 2019, a show built with 17 women around the age of 65 that highlights the mature age of women and their social recognition Until November, she has been working on a creative project, the revision of La Contínua, which recovers the original show from a completely new point of view. This show, co-produced by Teatre Principal de Palma and the company, premiered on November 19th at Teatre Principal.