L’Ou com balla


A wrapping of waves and curves takes us on a journey through the imagination of Catalan popular culture, where the sky and the Mediterranean Sea intertwine. In this context, the egg, without religious connotations, symbolizes the struggle for survival and perseverance. Water, as a source of life, drives and sustains us, reminding us that as long as we are submerged in it, we will find strength and vitality.

If you don’t wet your bottom, you won’t know if the water is cold.

Enric Planas

Enric Planas was born in Ripollet, Vallès Occidental. Linked to folklore and performing arts from a young age, he studied interior design and later scenography at the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona.

He has worked on theater, dance, and musical productions, collaborating with La Veronal, Xavier Albertí, Àngel Llàcer, Sergi Belbel, Sílvia Munt, Gabriel Calderón, Pau Miró, Josep Maria Miró, Marilia Samper, Jordi Prat i Coll, Joel Joan, among others. Additionally, he is a professor in the scenic space department at the Institut del Teatre.

Enric received the Butaca Award for Best Set Design in 2013 for “El principio de Arquímedes” and the Butaca Award for Best Set Design in 2022 for “Singing in the Rain.”