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Laribling: David Larible Premiers His New Show in Madrid

David Larible presents Laribleando (“Laribling”), his new show, in its world premiere at Teatro Circo Price, Madrid. In a press conference the day before the opening, he explained the importance of great clowns to his career, how he became a clown, and how the global crisis has inspired his work.
The circus ring of Teatro Circo Price is happily messy. Almost a hundred children jump and run on the remains of broken dishes that cover the ring like a white blanket. Journalists and cameras run around too, following the man in the middle of the pandemonium: David Larible, The Clown. He looks after everybody with the same charming smile. Of course, the broken dishes the children step on are the consequence of one of the acts we have just seen. Meanwhile, Larible hugs, waves, and poses for the cameras and cell phones. Larible has just presented, for the first time in public, excerpts from his new show, Laribleando (“Laribling“), in a meeting with the press. Dozens of children from an invited school have provided their presence and their unconditional response to Larible. The show is currently having its three-week world premiere in Madrid and Larible has been promoting it intensely. Larible experienced great success when he performed in...
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Maria Folguera

Maria has collaborated with the artistic department of Teatro Circo Price since 2009. María graduated from the Royal School of Dramatic Art (RESAD) with a degree in stage management. She then studied literary theory and received a postgraduate degree in performing arts practices from the University of Alcalá de Henares. She has written and directed three plays, as well as some short performance pieces, for her company Ana Pasadena. Her latest show as a director is La increíble historia de la chica que llegó la última (The Incredible Story Of The Girl Who Got Last) by Brazilian playwright Carla Guimaraes. This show was part of the New Plays from Europe Festival (2014) in Wiesbaden, Germany. As a writer, she has appeared recently in two anthologies of new Spanish writers: Última temporada (Last Season, New Spanish Narrators 1980-1989), and Bajo treinta (Below Thirty). Her first published novel, Sin juicio, won the Arte Joven Award in 2001. She published her second novel, Los primeros días de Pompeya», in 2016