||The artistic proposal
The show is intended to teach values of our people and our places. Next to the traditional dances that usually express the fundamental characteristic of a peoples folklore, small role-plays, songs and pieces of music show the every day life situations that were typical of those of our grandparents.
The more classic dances such as the Furlana or Ziguzaine replay courtship scenarios while others such as Torototele, Stajare and Ciclamin represent happier situations: the end of the harvest, love found or the beginning of spring.
The plays become a precious documentary of past times: authentic equipment, behaviour and movements of past moments, village festivals and work in the fields, family discussions and daring serenades.