Production History


     A World Premiere – Theatre Made in San Antonio

     June 9 – 19, 2016

    Created and directed by Roberto Prestigiacomo

    In collaboration with Aerial Horizon, AtticRepDANCES and Aesop Studio

    Aerial Choreography by Julia Langenberg

    Dance Choreography by Seme Jatib

    Digital Mapping, video and projections by Stefano Di Buduo

    Performances June 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 at 8 PM and June 12, 19 at 2:30 PM

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    About 14

    Incorporating, dance, physical theatre, aerial arts and video mapping, 14 is an original work about a girl growing up in a post-9/11 world. As a parent, I am aware that the world my daughter is entering is more dangerous and less stable than the one I experienced growing up. If I cannot give her a better world, I can create one through art. A life with its challenges and its joys, a journey with its obstacles and its victories. A life every parent desires for their kids, a life every young generations should inherit and where each child has the potential to realize his or her bliss.

    Artistic Challenges and Potential for Artistic Innovation

    14 is the continuation of AtticRep artistic research by creating performances that integrate dance, music, video, and projections in the dramatic narrative. With 14 AtticRep intends to explore new performative techniques, establishing new collaborations, and looking for diverse ways to integrate dance, aerial work, movement, text, and video into a performance. 14 has built in various exciting artistic challenges: Can we tell a story through aerial work? Can we use projections and videos to create the visual and poetic world of 14? How can we integrate movement and dance with dramatic text in a manner that clearly moves forward the story? Ultimately, can we tell a story that reaches the soul and the imagination of our audiences?


    In order to answer these questions, I have assembled a strong group of collaborators.   Among them Aerial Horizon for the aerial work Seme Jatib and Mireya Guerra for the movement and dance, and Stefano Di Buduo an expert in Virtual Scene Design and director of Aesop Studio.


    Elise Sipos

    Cenezca Wessolossky Cortellan

    Ycmedu Cortellan

    Corie Altaffer

    Sarah Renee

    Mike Maria

    Jenny Been Franckowiak

    Mireya Guerra

    Rochelle Banuet

    Gaby Vazquez

    Georgette Lockwood

    Julia Langenberg

    Maggie Tonra

    Creative Team

    Created and Directed by Roberto Prestigiacomo in collaboration with Aerial Horizons

    Aerial Choreography by Julia Langenberg

    Dance Choreography by Seme Jatib

    Movement Choreography by Mireya Guerra

    Digital Mapping by Stefano Di Buduo

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