The piece starts off with immediate high energy….and the dancing mechanism continues into a consistent crescendo developing Pulcinella into a contrasting or equal female figure. Impeccable sequences of new impulses and
declinations of breakdancing, distortions and deformations with the group in constant tension.
In the succession, without interruption, of the various scenes, we can catch a glimpse of a choreographic design that tells of eternal human comedy between rebellions and submissions, hilarity and bitterness, abuse, irony, spite and skirmishes between man and woman … “
Giuseppe Di Stefano , Exibart, 18th January 2019