VIVA - exclusive Swedish guest performance!

Stage 2, Sara Kulturhus, Skellefteå


“When I was little I locked myself in my room and dressed in my mother’s green skirt. I adorned my hair with flowers, made up my makeup, and danced secretly. That dance was unthinkable outside those four walls ”.

From this intimate memory of childhood, Viva is born, in circumstances where social and artistic rules impose in some way that the artist must manifest himself according to his gender. After the illusion, desire and need have been isolated, remaining silent for years, Viva sees the light, recalling those moments. Leaving open that door that separates, what became private with the public.

A cry for the freedom of transformation, which does not always imply a way of masking, but rather nudity.

As a celebration key, Liñán proposes the plurality of dance, the different forms and the uniqueness of each one of them. Together with six bailaores-dancers, who will be in charge of exploring and diving into this fascinating universe of transvestism, and thus expose the formal part of these identities, which form our own nature.

The performance is one of three performances that are part of a package where you as a buyer get the opportunity to take part in world-class dance.

Other performances in the package:

March 17, 2022 - Chotto Xenos by world choreographer Akram Khan and his solo work on war from the perspective of a colonial child soldier.

April 28, 2022- Cas Public with the performance 9, here the Canadian choreographer Hélène Blackburn examines how the Ninth Symphony would be experienced if our hearing were impaired, just as it was for the author Beethoven.

Via BOKA-knappen kan du säkra din plats på alla tre föreställningar eller boka biljett till enstaka föreställningar.

Price information

Tickets are sold at Skellefteå Tourist Center and on the organizer's official booking page.

For more info about tickets tel. + 46 (0)910-452515 or

NOTE! There is no reservation of tickets, only direct purchases.


The show is 105 min with no pause. 

Photographer: Marcosgpunto