Eva is a Spanish performer, theatre maker and director, currently based in Ghent (Belgium). She started her actor training back in 2014 with professional theatre company ‘Grumelot’ in Madrid (Spain), where she also trained as a dancer at Scaena. Afterwards, she moved to London where she continued her training at several international institutions such as Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and National Institute of Dramatic Art (Sydney). Finally, on 2016 she gets offered a place at Rose Bruford College to study a BA (Hons) in European Theatre Arts, which she combined with the BA in Drama at KASK, in Belgium.
Founding member of ‘Yellow Collective’ since 2015, in which she has co-directed, devised and performed the show ‘THE LIGHTS’ in collaboration with María Pizarro-Pérez. THE LIGHTS was premiered in Madrid at Imparables Festival on 2016. Eva also created, performed and co-directed P.A.T.S. in collaboration with Swedish director Johan Bark, which was premiered in London at The Lighthouse Sharing on 2017. The company is currently touring this show around Europe at festivals such as Dreams Before Dawn in Paris, Teatro do Festa in Lisbon, Camden Fringe in London and Birmingham Fest in Birmingham.
The most recent professional work she has partaken in was as a performer in projects such as ‘Eco Y Narciso’ (IV Classic Off Festival in Madrid), ‘9 Maneras De Hacer Politica’ (Surge Festival 2016 in Madrid), ‘Scream Queens’ (short-film) by French film director Melodie Roulaud and ‘This Is The Loudest Moment Of Silence’ by Swedish director Johan Bark, which is still being developed between London and New York and it will be premiered on 2019.
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George’s interest in lighting was first piqued at the age of eight, when he was watching a children’s entertainer while on holiday. He was completely transfixed by the colourful patterns of the lights, to the extent that he started up his own party business at home for close family and friends. This grew into a small-scale events company, based in Cambridge, which George continued to nurture and grow through the years.
George moved to London in 2016 to study a BA in Lighting Design at Rose Bruford College where he has worked on a number of devised productions in which there is a clear emphasis on strong collaboration across disciplines. In 2017 Eva March invited him to collaborate with Yellow Collective in a piece called P.A.T.S. which has being touring around Europe since it was premiered in London at The Lighthouse Sharing that year. George is currently assisting and working on shows in London, most recently on productions such as ‘Judy’ at the Arts Theatre and ‘Kiss Me’ at Trafalgar Studios.
Maria is a dancer, performer and director from the Basque Country, currently based in Madrid, Spain. She studied theatre arts at B.A.I. (Bizkaia theatre school) and Grumelot. She also trained in physical theatre at Nouveau Colombier.
Furthermore, she trained in classical and contemporary dance techniques with several international practitioners and institutions such as the Amsterdam Dance Centre (Netherland), Balbir Singh Dance Company (UK), Jose Juán Rodriguez (ES), Blanca Arrieta (ES), Lucas Condró (Argentina), Poliana Lima (Brazil), Iris Muñoz (ES), Lucia Bernardo (ES) and Melvin Fraenk (Netherland);
In 2014, she wrote and directed the short piece ‘David y el pez’ which premiered at La Infinito theatre in Madrid. In 2015, co-founded her own theatre company, Yellow collective, in which she presented her first piece, THE LIGHTS, in January 2016. The same year, she took part in Surge Festival with ‘9 Maneras De Hacer Política’ and the IV Classic-Off Festival at Nave 73 with ‘Eco y Narciso’. In 2017, she performed and co-devised ‘Aparece un corazón en un descampado’ by Producciones Kepler, which was premiered in July at Almagro Festival. Furthermore, the same year she was offered to be a cast member on the national Spanish tour of ‘Danzad Malditos’ by Alberto Velasco.
María is currently performing the piece ‘Escenas de Caza’ by Alberto Velasco, which was premierd in Valladolid on November 2017 and it is planned to be performed on ‘Teatro Kamikaze’ in 2018.