Passion and violence are the concepts chosen to represent the Tosca opera in two parts, the first one more sensitive, and the second sharper.
Dance and lighting along with the music explain the scenes and conflicts between the three beings who develop the piece. An important post-production work helps us to fix the color and contrast of the stage.
Mario appears chained, Tosca approaches him and develop a series of delicate and passionate movements. Then comes Scarpia, on violent way, separates lovers and corporeally expressed a ferocious feeling, less sentimental.
Authors: Aida Grau, Raquel Anglès, Andre Augusto
Tutor: Daniel Torrico
Subject: Audiovisual Department, Degree in Design