Jorge Garcia Perez’s story intriguingly told through ballet, represents a modern twist on the thoughts and visions in the painting by Bosch “The Garden of Earthly Delights”
Art historians believe that Bosch intended to create a visual chronological journey, when closed the triptych represents the creation of the world and once opened: the left hand panel represents Adam and Eve, the center the garden of delights and lust. The right panel depicts hell and damnation.
The performance takes place within a four sections of choreography gradually growing from creation to destruction all with an underlying element that we all face in the perils of modern day life – Temptation to Sin and Lust..
Section 1 – Creation of the world: The all mighty God. giver of life,love, desire and destruction.
Section 2 – The Garden of Eden: God, Adam and Eve. Where does it all start and end.
Section 3 – The Garden of Earthly delights: Cavorting nudes and mystical beasts. Mankind is given complete earthly freedom.
Section 4 – Hell: God, men and woman: The guilty face their sins and ultimately eternal damnation.
Jorge Garcia Perez Video
Permi Jhooti, Ruben Dario Banol Music
Teresa Carrasco Stage Design
Fabio Masini Light
Tobias Voegelin, Jorge Garcia Perez Costumes
Cintia Decastelli Make Up
Susi Tenner Performers
Ayako Nakano, Lydia Caruso, Debora Maiques Marin, Tana Rosas Suñe, Dévi-Azelia Selly, Sidney Elizabeth Turstchi, Sara Wikström, Emma Kate Tilson, Diego Benito Gutierrez, Javier Rodriguez Cobos, Anthony Ramiandrisoa, Jivan Barseghyan, Rubén Dario Bañol Herrera