The limited-time performances begin today at the Spain Pavilion for 30 minutes each
A quintet passes an orange between themselves, helping each other complete an action that would otherwise be impossible. It teaches the audience empathy and reminds them that we are, in fact, social creatures. You get to be a part of it all at the ‘Social Animal’ performance at Expo 2020 Dubai’s Spain Pavilion.
From December 20 to 23, the Valencian dance company Titoyaya Dasa will put on two 30-minute shows daily for Expo visitors inside the pavilion. The contemporary dance was directed by choreographer Gustavo Ramírez, featuring emotional body language.
Interact with the players and see for yourself. The first show takes place at 5.30pm, followed by the next performance at 6.45pm, on all three days.
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