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“Remains” was born from a clear initial drive: to investigate, discover and theatrically mould sounds, our voice, musicality and song. Significant time was invested in understanding and perceiving the complex relationships between a body and its sonorities, between our musicality and our personal internal journeys. During this very long period of time we started to desire-and dare- that nothing else, other than these sonorities, could be the driving force behind the construction of the play. ** Even words were considered as a score of unknown sounds or a new language. Music and sound, transformed into song and melody, carried us into far away journeys: into stories of encounters and loss, steps and shadows destroyed and found, bizarre figures and ancient characters. A poem of hurt and innocence. Like a torn score, this play is a balancing act between our always present necessity to elaborate different ways of dramatic communication and the drive to ponder, through our trade, the frail steps of a wayward humanity.