KulunkaTheatre Company was created in The Basque Country, Spain, in 2010 by Garbiñe Insausti and Jose Dault: Young but widely experienced theater career artists. This all stems from the concern of its members to experiment with different possible stage languages, relying on a stage that is itself a meeting point between different artistic disciplines. All this without forgetting the idea of making theatre accessible to the wide public. An idea of theatre that is vibrant, contemporary, committed and connected to reality.
In our goal of creating a show without boundaries, our desire is to find a language that transcends the word. A language that thrills and entertains. For this, we rely primarily on a theatre of gestures, in which MASKS act as a bridge to another world of a poetic visual endearing. Our masks, of deep features, so expressive, so full of life, open the doors of imagination and bring us to a universe in which everything is possible.
“André and Dorine” has toured extensively in Spain, South America, United States, China and Europe. In the last 3 years has toured 22 countries in 3 continents.
It was an award winner at the Birmingham European Theatre Festival in 2011, and at the La Habana International Theatre Festival 2011 (Cuba).