The bululú is a theater “company" of one actor who performs a play by himself by changing his voice according to the character he is interpreting. The similarities between the bululú and the merolico are obvious. Our Company set out to combine both characters to present plays with the histrionics of the bululú and enchantment of the merolico and create one man who, as he travels, performs stories to heal the minds and spirits of everyone who watches.
El Merolico interprets the stories told in the following entremeses by Miguel de Cervantes:
Efe Tres Teatro
Efe Tres Teatro was formed 2012 by a group of performing artists coming together to playfully demonstrate that the classics, especially those of the baroque era, still have much to show us. Up to this point, their style has been to revive the ñaque style of theater in which a pair of actors during the Spanish Golden Age would play all of the parts of a complete work of theater. They seek to appeal to the spectator’s sense of fantasy, leaning toward theatricality and giving more importance to the imagination than a realistic portrayal. Based on these notions, they and each audience member create a unique world together.
Last updated: February 14, 2018