Fondazione Nazionale della Danza/Aterballetto together with the Festival MilanOltre, Next, Sepama and the Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona presents the new creation by Diego Tortelli that digs into the memory of one of the most famous Spanish mysteries: a handkerchief of Andalusian countryside, hard crust and heavy clods, where perhaps lie the remains of the poet and where among the olive trees an inscription reads: “all were Lorca”. In this show Lorca is reborn as a narrator and as a character/interpreter of his own works that continuously explore the themes of mystery, love and death. The poet is given a new breath, face, voice and identity, a body composed of bones that hide a heart of a fragmented soul. Body, heart, soul are the key to the choreography consisting of a dance that wants to tell the tragedy of the body of the poet never found. A dance that does not wait, made of articulations that move the body like hinges, as well as the verses that connect together compose and move the poem.