In an old station platform, two characters cross their paths and they are forced to share an unforgettable trip. This apparently quiet journey becomes a tidal wave of unfortunate events that will make the entire audience bursts in laughing. Audience is a dear travelling companion, who boards this train for enjoying the different acrobatic, juggling and balancing acts, which are combined during the whole play, based on gestural humour.
Circobaya is a Spanish theatre group composed of two actors, Charo Amaya and Javier González. Circobaya has been working professionally on theatre and circus from more than 10 years and runs its show Vaya Circo since 2004, awarded Best Show in Tres Días de Farándula Festival (2013, Gran Canaria, Spain). They have been part of different troupes and groups, as Cruzando el Charco (2007), a circus collective, or the award-winning Tres puntos y aparte (BEST SHOW AUDIENCE AWARD in 12th Street Theatre Festival, Palencia, Spain; BEST SHOW AND BEST ACTOR JURY PRIZE in Noctívagos Festival, 2011) During its artistic career, Circobaya has made several tours, visiting México, Chile, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Jordan, Palestine or RD Congo. In 2014 it has started a new show, El viaje de Miércoles (Wednesday’s Trip), directed by Michelle Man (dancer and former Teatro de la Zarzuela choreographer) and Hernán Gené (Max Award for Best Director in 2005).