Teatro Taborda – Teatro da Garagem
Where you can not love do not delay is the latency of the body of the interpreter made word of the poet.
São Luiz Teatro Municipal
It’s a reflection about the human being itself focusing on its promiscuity and on its intimacy to look at us as a raw whole.
RTP 2 – Porto
Perfect gift circle talks about desire. It’s not about the desire of flesh but, before that, the desire of communication, the need to create bridges, to see yourself as a whole that naturally creates when in front of another one – another whole.
PICADEIRO – MUSEU NACIONAL DE HISTÓRIA NATURAL E CIÊNCIA
Using Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet original words, this play is set in the actuality to explore the romantic teenager myth in an urban reality and to question the idea – or the experience – of unconditional love.
TEATRO NACIONAL D.MARIA II
It’s about the eternal compromise you have with the place where you were born.
JARDIM BOTÂNICO – MUSEU NACIONAL DE HISTÓRIA NATURAL E CIÊNCIA
It’s leftovers of poems. It’s about Sophia de Mello Breyner’s poetry without revealing her name ever. It’s the revelation of her poetry without using the metaphor, as if you were secretly opening a black box that keeps only the intimacy of the words in the moment they meet the spontaneity of the body.
TEATRO DO BAIRRO
The idea of ‘saudade’ is explored as if it was a pendulum : to go and to stay, to go or to stay, going while you’re staying, staying while you’re going. We’re building up a dramaturgy based on the verb that creates movement. When the body starts to dance and, by intuition, speaks for the self more than about the self.
CLUBE FERROVIÁRIO DE LISBOA
A chance to meet the audience and think about the performer’s memory : the real one and the fictional one. A chance to talk about it.
CINE-TEATRO S. PEDRO
No metaphors or euphemisms, we’re talking about the human nature here. Simply. Asking openly: who are we in the end? From the darkest bit of our soul.
More than a political manifest, Forever Bride is an intimate interrogatory, a love confession.
I don’t allow you, nature, to decide for me my final day is about exploring the freedom that emerges from the verb to die. To die, just like to live in the most fragile way, day after day. It’s about a body that remains naked and it’s always present, even after death.
FESTIVAL DE TEATRO DE ALMADA | TEATRO NACIONAL D.MARIA II
What’s lacking us? What are we missing from people, from places, from ourselves.