Best show in FETEN 2017, Spanish most important festival dedicated to children's theatre.
Best show and best female performer in FITC 2018 Bucharest International Theatre for Children Festival
“He is sad because he lost his partner. Her umbrella, hung in their apartment entrance's rack, becomes his only and undeniable company, the way he can be attached to the memory of her. One day he finds a broken and abandoned umbrella in the street. He decides to bring it home to fix it. Now they are three at home: Two umbrellas and himself."
This internationally acclaimed theatre play speaks of what happens to us and what we feel when we love something and we lose it. It speaks of the necessary time when sorrow accompanies us to calm what hurts. It speaks of loss, large or small, like a natural event.
Through visual metaphors, touches of humour and physical poetry EURIA (Rain) plays tribute to one of the things that best defines the human being: our overcoming capacity.
Always based on the gestures of their actors and rejecting the text, Markeliñe has found its own language, where the music becomes the generator of emotions, seducing the audience with stories that have multiple layers. Its research in objects, aesthetics and movement has been widely acknowledged in every field, enabling Markeliñe to consolidate its presence on stage worldwide.