The choreographer takes on the challenge of presenting a new creation inspired by "Romeo and Juliet", one of Shakespeare's best known obraspies. Perhaps because Love-in your romantic and absolute conception-the one that is unconditional, trascendent and redentless, continues to be the target of research, astonishment and restlessness. That unexplained place that rescues the most violent thrills, the most overwhelming changes, the most decisive actions. In this approach it seeks to challenge itself the centrality of Romeo and Juliet: multiplied in a contemporary vision, in an arena in which everyone without exception, passes to be Romeus and Juliet. In a universe where individually, all men and women intersect in some way in the symbolic pathway of these characters, and experience diverse forms of love.