Rocío Molina
Fallen from Heaven (Caída del Cielo)
Dance
9-10 Mar 2020
Rocío Molina
Fallen from Heaven (Caída del Cielo)
Dance
9-10 Mar 2020
Photo by Simone Fratini
Photo by Simone Fratini & Caidadel Cielo
Rocío Molina
Fallen from Heaven (Caída del Cielo)
Dance
9-10 Mar 2020

Rocío Molina
Fallen from Heaven (Caída del Cielo)

Rocío Molina fuses traditional flamenco and avant-garde dance improvisation fearlessly and with blazing passion. In Fallen from Heaven, she dances with captivating beauty and disturbing power through the course of a work that celebrates the many aspects of what it means to be a woman.

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Rocío Molina fuses traditional flamenco and avant-garde dance improvisation fearlessly and with blazing passion. In Fallen from Heaven, she dances with captivating beauty and disturbing power through the course of a work that celebrates the many aspects of what it means to be a woman.
A feminist scream from the flamenco queen of the 21st century

“At once lyrical, raunchy and impeccably danced, Molina’s fiercely provocative work is unforgettable”
★★★★★ The Guardian

“Molina has genius: irresistible, all-consuming, all-powerful.”
★★★★ Financial Times

Rocío Molina fuses traditional flamenco and avant-garde dance improvisation fearlessly and with blazing passion. Her command of her art is so complete that after one of her performances Mikhail Baryshnikov was moved to fall to his knees in admiration before her. In Fallen from Heaven–which won her Outstanding Female Modern Performance at the Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards 2018 (UK) and the awards for Best Female Dancer, Best Choreography and Best Lighting Design at the 2017 Spanish Max Awards for the Performing Arts–she dances with captivating beauty and disturbing power through the course of a work that celebrates the many aspects of what it means to be female.
Co-direction, Choreography, Musical Direction 
Rocío Molina

Co-direction, Dramaturgy, Design and Lighting
Carlos Marquerie

Music
Eduardo Trassierra

Musical Composition
José Ángel Carmona
José Manuel Ramos “Oruco”
Pablo Martín Jones

Sound
Javier Álvarez

Costumes
Cecilia Molano
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A feminist scream from the flamenco queen of the 21st century

“At once lyrical, raunchy and impeccably danced, Molina’s fiercely provocative work is unforgettable”
★★★★★ The Guardian

“Molina has genius: irresistible, all-consuming, all-powerful.”
★★★★ Financial Times

Rocío Molina fuses traditional flamenco and avant-garde dance improvisation fearlessly and with blazing passion. Her command of her art is so complete that after one of her performances Mikhail Baryshnikov was moved to fall to his knees in admiration before her. In Fallen from Heaven–which won her Outstanding Female Modern Performance at the Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards 2018 (UK) and the awards for Best Female Dancer, Best Choreography and Best Lighting Design at the 2017 Spanish Max Awards for the Performing Arts–she dances with captivating beauty and disturbing power through the course of a work that celebrates the many aspects of what it means to be female.
Cast & Creatives
Co-direction, Choreography, Musical Direction 
Rocío Molina

Co-direction, Dramaturgy, Design and Lighting
Carlos Marquerie

Music
Eduardo Trassierra

Musical Composition
José Ángel Carmona
José Manuel Ramos “Oruco”
Pablo Martín Jones

Sound
Javier Álvarez

Costumes
Cecilia Molano