Mama Calypso is a stage experiment in the cooking, based on humor, femininity and image through 3 disciplines: Music, Acting and Graphics.
Mama Calypso represents the current precariousness of a single, enterprising and very creative mother in a contemporary stage work oversaturated with visual impacts and with a Caribbean rhythm. A comic story, through anecdotes that shake the archetypal perception of women.
A MUSICAL THEATRE PROJECT
The figure of Mama Calypso is born, to represent a current and vindictive vision of another romantic family reality. A single mother who performs mischievous songs with autobiographical lyrics that hint at the last step in gender equality and the empowerment of intimacy. With the production of hymns that promote conscious sexuality and female self-esteem, to regain courage, wisdom and the ability to be oneself.
Add a rather mischievous music, a clown motivated in search of recognition, a graphic scenographic sharp image, a potentially funny costume and a few artifacts that provoke laughter. The result will be a powerful comic, musical and multicolored show: A portrait of the working woman now and forever
Mama Calypso has written a hilarious autobiographic song book about her clumsy love stories. Yet in all the romantic despair there is hope because the humoristic red threat flips the coin and Mama Calypso has plenty of love to not get lost in the blues due to another fine gentleman.
Mama Calypso and George the King of the Calypso, are pleased to present their new music tropical album “Coconut” with the air of the Maresme coast; with the participation of a dozen grand European musician like: Luca Tapino, Xabi Elisagaray, Keka del Gatto, Emma Gawlinski, Mati, Mads Bendsen, Ruth Anna Britz, Lisa Skjøth Madsen, Paul, Pol Jubany, Quico Hernandez and of course George Arnold & Maria Solà. The heatwave will be rising, and it won't be for the climate change; cause the musical universe is hot and hilarious, catchy and juicy, and bound to knock up a party and shake some bones with its Caribbean rhythm.