Ana decides to travel and to get it is helped by Gaspar and accompanied by Oliver.
In her trip she discovers what inhabits in nature; the sun, the flowers, butterflies and several places. We see Ana milking a cow in the countryside, flying on a big bird over the desert, diving among bubbles and exploring the jungle.
Cloths, buckets, funnels and ropes support this trip, giving life magically. Music, sounds and live songs – guitar, clarinet, percussion instruments and effects – are the text of the play. This conjunction of elements make “One Morning I Left…” an intimate and captivating show.