The International Street Art Festival, Mueca, lowers the curtain this Sunday with the help of the company Clapso Producciones, which will stage an updated version of the Brothers Grimm classic 'Sleeping Beauty'.
Under the direction and adaptation of Israel Reyes, the Canarian company will represent the famous story adapted to a musical for family audiences in which, without modifying the fable, it will take it to the imaginary country of music. In the assembly the melodies of Abba, Mecano and Alaska are mixed. Stilt walkers, dancers, extras, actors and musicians put on this show that can be seen from 1:00 p.m. in the Espacio El Muelle.
Mueca reserves its last day of this edition to offer a varied program that takes the smallest of the home as protagonists. 'El elefantito' by the company La Canica Teatro will be performed at 11:30 am at the Castillo de San Felipe. For the little ones Mueca has also reserved the puppet show 'El gato y los mice' by Tal Cual Troupé. It will be at 1:00 p.m. on Calle del Ingenio.
Dance returns this Sunday to the Mueca spaces with a vibrant dance competition freestyle by the La Barca Dance School, from Los Realejos. It will be 11.30 in the Espacio Loro Parque-Nicko with prior registration.
The dancer and actress Paula Quintana will stage again this Sunday, at 11:00 am on Movement street, 'Latente', a show where she recounts the daily life of an individual who accumulates successes and defeats in search of the constant desire to exist with meaning.
The circus will also return this Sunday to its appointment with the public of Mueca through the acrobats of the French company Le Collectif de la Base Cour with a show of acrobatic fantasies that explores the limits of feat and risk. It will be at 1:00 p.m. in the Caixa-CajaCanarias Foundation Space in the Plaza de Europa.
For its part, Asmipuerto will stage 'Cinema de clown', a production that narrates the difficulties to which a film director is subjected upon her arrival in Tenerife to shoot her first film. The piece can be seen at 11 on Calle del Ingenio.
The parade 'Mira Miró' by Bolina Títeres will tour the streets of Puerto de la Cruz again this Sunday, while concerts by Diggin' Fajana and the Puerto de la Cruz Municipal Band will follow one another. That Sunday you can also listen to Barrios Orquestados, a pedagogical project with artistic purposes that brings bowed string instruments closer to the outlying neighborhoods of the islands. It will be at 12 noon on Calle de la Música.
The Festival has also proposed this Sunday that everyone who gets into a taxi in Puerto de la Cruz will never forget that ride. From Aleida Martin will be in charge of this, alternating stories, including a scary one with surprises along the way, to transform a taxi ride into an occasion to remember. The magician Fran Baraja and the Tenerife Danza dancers complete the line-up of Mueca that Sunday.
The Porto Festival lowers the curtain after four days showing the most innovative and avant-garde shows of the current European circus and theater. More than 60 companies and almost 400 artists have taken the Mueca stages. Six international companies, seven national companies and 48 with a Canarian label have made up the poster for the 2018 edition.