The Anna Roca Theater Company begins its great trip in 1996, dedicating a large part of its life to children and family audiences. The company's first show, "Contes de l'Anna", despite its simplicity, surprised the audience with pleasure and it was a great success of the moment.
So the Company started with stories, and went on with more and more theatrical shows: "Stories on the roof", "Can Pere Petit", "When I was Little", "Conten cinc", "The new shoes of the emperor " and " The smallest farm in the world”.
In 2010, the company produced "Captius" from tales by Joan Barril and under the direction of Josep Maria Miró, a show for adult audiences with an important change of register.
In 2015, the company, making a return, got an idea stored in a drawer for a long time, creating the show "Momo (free version of Michael Ende)". This show was received with great critical and audience success, winning the 2015 Critics' Prize and being a candidate for the MAX 2015 and 2016 Awards.
"The secret of Nanna" is the company's latest show and once again it is another great challenge, creating a short but an intense show, exploring new languages and spaces, and everything happens in the box of a truck ...