Premiered at Teatro Principal (Sabadell)  
27 November 2010 


Where do all the made-up stories go? 
Lua loves discovering things that are hidden in children’s bedrooms. 
She loves climbing in from the wardrobe when they leave the room and finding all those fantasies that seep from little boys’ and girls’ heads while they play and that are hidden in the corners, under the sheets, in the drawers or that float around in the air. 
They are always enchanting, out-of-the-ordinary things, invented craziness, strange stories, sounds and laughter... Lua has fun with everything that she finds and invents new stories. 
When the children return, Lua runs to hide and leaves the room scattered with colours and games, leaving behind a load of ideas so they never stop dreaming. 



Original idea and direction :Claudia Moreso 
Performance:Sarah Anglada 
Assistant director: Montse García 
Music:Pascal Comelade  
Barbatuques : Winton Marsalis. 
Illustration: Elenio Pico 
Animation: Hernán Alescio 
Staging: Miquel Ruíz 
Wordrobe: Claudia Moreso 
Lighting: Roger Guinot 
Photography: Marina Raurell 
Distribution: Iva Horvat / Silvia Lorente 
Coordination:Rosa Pino 
Duration: 30 minutes. 
Dance-theatre production for children aged 2 to 5 years. 
Company with grants from the Department of Culture and Communication Media of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Ministry for Education, Culture and Sports (INAEM). 
Founding member of the Caldera. Member of TTP (Teatre Tots Públics Association), Assitej (International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People), Te Veo (Theatre for Children and Young People).