A show about respect and freedom

Xebas and Cocó are a clown duet with more enthusiasm than success. For their new show , Xebas decides to introduce an element which will make the performance shine: a real gorila. He is convinced that if he tames the animal and shows him different games, their luck will change and they´ll get the public´s applause. Nevertheless, it won´t be the gorila who will learn from this experience; Xebas and Cocó will learn a lesson they´ll never forget.



  • TOURNESOL 2015 award. Avignon Off
  • FETEN 2014 Best Make up design award
  • FETEN 2014 Best Actor award Javi Renobales
  • Recommended show by Red Española de Teatros



Written and directed by: Jokin Oregi
Actors: Joseba Uribarri, Ana Meabe, Javier Renobales
Artistic design: Azegiñe Urigoitia y TARTEAN teatroa
Set building: ATX teatroa
Atrezzo: Javier Tirado
Costume design: Azegiñe Urigoitia
Lighting: Milakamoon
Music: Santiago Ramos
Graphic desing: Txapó creativos
Technical support: Tarima
Photography: Guillermo Casas
Tour technician: Javier García Kandela
Production: Marie de Jongh / TARTEAN Teatroa
Jokin Oregi | (+34) 656 734 500
On tour production:
Ana Meabe | (+34) 657 704 803 |
Production contact:
Pio Ortiz de Pinedo (+34) 669 26 61 46 |




“Marie de Jongh´s shows have three features they always use in their plays: they create a gestural theatre without text. Starting from this feature, we can say that wishing to get a better communication with the public, they always use in their shows gesture routines, where movement, facial expression…, nothing is abandoned to improvisation, not even the tiniest detail. They go straight into spectator´s heart, to their emotions. A universal language that everybody knows and that people of all ages and from everywhere can understand and be touched with.”

Josep Maria Viaplana

“In every new show they´ve been able to touch me and in every step they make my admiration for their extraordinary work has grown. I love the way they manage to comunicate emotion with all its power without words, always dealing with important themes and with a naturalistic interpretation barely stressed by the gesture.”

Ferran Baile