Undefined Fraction

World premiere at La MaMa, The Ellen Stewart Theatre –November 19 – 29, 2015

Toronto, CA – Panamerican Routes Festival, organized by Aluna Theatre, October 2016.

Undefined Fraction is a puppet theatre dance piece inspired by the Spanish-language play by Pedro Calderón de la Barca— Life’s a Dream—which traces the patterns of inequality and reflects on the principles of justice, guilt, punishment and the conflict between free will and fate.

Loco7 will explore the philosophical question of whether this so-called “real world” is actually some sort of illusion, a “dream” from which we will be awakened some day. The moral question, then, is how should we be acting if this is some sort of test, some revelation about our character, our “nobility” that will be revealed at death?



November 19 – 29, 2015
Thur-Sat at 7pm & Sun at 4pm
Ellen Stewart Theatre at La MaMa
66 E 4th Street, 2nd Fl, NYC 10003

Tickets: $25 / $20 student/senior
Box Office: 646-430-5374

Generously supported by The Jim Henson Foundation, New York State Presenters Network and by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council programs – The Fund, supported by New York State Council of the Arts and administered by Lower Manhattan, Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Process Space Residency.

Presented by Dixon Place as part of Puppet Blok Series
December 18, 2014 – work in progress presentation.


Front Row Center by Joy Notoma
NY Theater Now by Martin Denton
Stage Buddy by Jackie Danziger
Theater Pizzazz by JK Clarke

La MaMa in association with Loco7 Dance Puppet Theatre presents

Undefined Fraction

Inspired by Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s play, Life’s a Dream
Conceived and adapted by Federico Restrepo & Denise Greber
Directed, choreographed and designed by Federico Restrepo
Music by Tareke Ortiz
Costumes by Becky Hubbert

Featuring Amira Aziza, Ale Fips, Denise Greber, Chris Ignacio, Hope Kroog, Jessica Krueger, Chris Rehmann, Federico Restrepo and José Rivera Jr.

Musicians Juan Bayon, Tareke Ortiz and Chriz Zaborowski.

Puppet fabrication assistants: Carolina Restrepo and Ale Fips