Between Worlds is a danced musical created by choreographer and lead artist Siudy Garrido, and renowned producer-director Pablo Croce.
This theatrical experience for the whole family, explores story-telling through the fascinating flamenco world and urban genres, with original music by José Luis de la Paz, Diego Franco and Ernesto Briceño.

With 18 artists on stage, Between Worlds tells a prohibited love story in an apocalyptic world, showing a unique merge of different art disciplines: dance, theater, music and theatrical percussion.

After an Off Broadway limited engagement hit in spring of 2011, the performance was greatly reviewed and was nominated to the Drama Desk awards as “outstanding choreography”. In 2014, the celebrated dancer Antonio Canales joins the cast as special guest artist interpreting the flamenco patriarch principal character. This edition is currently being performed in the most distinguished theaters of USA, Canada and Latin America.

Duration: I ACT/II ACT 45 minutes each

Siudy Garrido is a queen of the scene. With a cambré and a port de bras that would be envied by any classical dancer, and a fire in the body that would leave many flamenco dancers speechless… —EL NUEVO HERALD (Miami 2012)

“BETWEEN WORLDS IS A MASTERPIECE OF DANCE! SIUDY IS MESMERIZING!…
Her soul is on display at every moment. Between Worlds is Stomp, Rent, Riverdance, with a little of West Side Story but unique in its own creative experience…” —THE EXAMINER (New York 2011)

“Raw passion that surges through the arching torsos, the staccato footwork, the rich curves of arm and wrist…” —THE NEW YORK TIMES (New York 2011)

“SIUDY BETWEEN WORLDS SEDUCES NEW YORK…The most attractive element is undoubtedly the superb footwork and the haughtiness way of how flamenco is brought to the stage by Siudy…” —EL DIARIO (New York 2011)

“MESMERIZING! SIUDY IS PERFECTION! Take Mad Max, blend it with Riverdance and the best of Stomp, and you have Siudy Between Worlds!” —TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE (Nueva York, 2011)

“A SPANISH FLAVORED RIVERDANCE! A GLITZY EXTRAVAGANZA! The dancing is flawless!” —BACKSTAGE (New York 2011)

“Both worlds are confronted by the rythm of flamenco…Siudy Garrido has a perfect technique” —MMUSICAL! (Milan 2011)

In the wake of a catastrophic and climatic apocalypse, humankind grasps desperately to its existence, forcing the survival of small, segregated tribes.

A world without rain- lakes, rivers and seas are evaporating and tensions rise between the remaining tribes that are on the brink of war, leading humanity into a desperate struggle for survival.

Confrontation prevails, with tribes competing for water- as the most important resource for life- in a world in which lawlessness is abundant.

Love between a man and a woman of opposing tribes will create the tension between the two worlds, and the flamenco tribe patriarch calls for war. The reflection and repentance of a troubled soul is the only hope to return to earth the miracle of rain and with it peace and rebirth of populations.


ACT I

  • APOCALYPSE
  • BARRIERS
  • ORIGIN
  • LIGHT… RISING SOUL
  • INVASION
  • REVELATION
  • TIMELESS ERA
  • SEVERENCE
  • NEVER LOOK BACK

INTERLUDE

ACT II

  • WAR DRUMS
  • MARCH OF THE AMAZONS
  • BETWEEN WORLDS
  • COUNTERPOINT
  • OVERPOWER
  • REVENGE
  • RAIN DANCE
  • REBORN


ARTISTIC PRODUCTION

  • Created by: Siudy Garrido & Pablo Croce
  • Directed by: Pablo Croce
  • Original choreography: Siudy Garrido
  • Original music: José Luis de la Paz, Diego Franco, Ernesto Briceño
  • Lighting design: Grant Yaeger
  • Costume design: Siudy Garrido, Veronica Porras, Siudy Quintero, Diana Tamayo
  • Additional music: Roberto Castillo, DJ Leo Castillo, Pepe Pérez
  • Additional urban choreographies: Jesús Orta, Roberto Castillo

CAST

  • Starring: Siudy Garrido, Antonio Canales, George Akram y Roberto Castillo
  • Featuring: Jose Luis de la Paz, Manuel Gago y Adolfo Herrera
  • Flamenco world: Analí Alcantara, Patricia Cinquemani, Claudia González, Natalia Novela, Alessandra Oxford, María Corina Salcedo
  • Urban world: Aquiles Acosta, Hana Kobayashi, Jesús Orta, Lorena Pérez, Tomás Ruiz

Duration: I ACT/II ACT, 45 minutes each

Cast: 18 artists

Technical & Production Team: 6 people