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Moment I
5 MAY - 19 JUN 2022
HURRICANE [CICLONE]
Leonor Cabral

  • 26-27 may 2022, 9pm
  • Blackbox - CCB

HURRICANE [CICLONE]
Leonor Cabral

  • 26-27 may 2022, 9pm
  • Blackbox - CCB
  • 75 minutes
  • 12+

Creation, dramaturgy and interpretation: Leonor Cabral
Assistant director: João de Brito
Assistant dramaturg: Keli Freitas
Set and lighting design: Tiago Cadete
Costumes: José António Tenente
Photography and video: Vitorino Coragem
Technicial operation: Fábio Ventura
Assistant: Inês Ferreira da Silva
Production: LAMA Teatro
Logistics: Largo Residências, O Espaço do Tempo
Acknowledgments: Janaina Leite
Support: Faro Municipality

LAMA Teatro is structure funded by Direção Geral das Artes - República Portuguesa.

https://lamateatro.com/criacoes/ciclone/

Setting-out from the meteorological diaries of the American artist Henry Darger, CYCLONE investigates the ascendancy of the meteorological conditions on the human condition: the desire to transform, to create order in chaos, to seek new realities. It stems from an objective observation of atmospheric weather and the binary forecast/event. The cycle of expectation / disillusionment associated with weather forecast is transposed, in accordance with the same principle of dichotomy, to human beings, given that the body is the privileged place for this research: place of destruction and reconstruction.

Biographies

Leonor Cabral was born in Lisbon in 1983. She graduated in Theatre – Acting from Lisbon’s Film School (ESTC) and has a Master in Theatre Studies from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon (FLUL). She completed her training with A. Gutkin, Antonio Fava (Italy), New Actors Workshop (NY), Ávila Costa, John Mowat and Nuno Pino Custódio, among others. In 2015, Cabral participated in the 25th edition of the European Theatre Forum, at École des Maîtres, conducted by Ivica Buljan. In theatre, she worked with Tónan Quito, Pedro Alves, Cláudia Gaiolas, Tiago Cadete, José Peixoto, Elsa Valentim (Teatro dos Aloés), Gina Tocchetto, Rui Rebelo, Sofia Cabrita (Companhia do Chapitô), Nuno Pino Custódio (ESTE), Joana Antunes, Francisco Salgado, Carlos J. Pessoa (Teatro da Garagem), Marco Paiva, Catarina Vieira e Solange Freitas, Gonçalo Amorim (TEP), Madalena Vitorino, Giacomo Scalisi, Tiago Vieira, among others. She was artistic director of the project “O Barbeiro do Intendente”, and has created the projects for theatre "Quando as luzes se apagam", "Se eu subisse tão bem como bebo, já estaria no ar há muito tempo" e "Ex-Simbol". Co-created, with João Tuna, the video-performance “Atmosfera”. In 2014/2015, Cabral directed the theatre group Ultimacto, from the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Lisbon. She was assistant director in the plays “1974” and “A Morte de Danton”, staged by Miguel Seabra and Jorge Silva Melo, respectively. She also created performative visits to exhibitions, such as “Surreal(sismos)”, for the exhibition “A partir do Surrealismo”, galeria Millennium (2017); “Proibido calar cartazes!” for the exhibition “Querido, reorganizei a colecção... por artista”, Culturgest (2015); and “Outros modos de ver”, staged by Tiago Cadete.

LAMA Teatro is a structure for artistic creation founded in 2010 in Faro, that has the actor and theatre director João Brites as artistic director.

Pursuing its objectives, LAMA Teatro encompasses all the Algarve as the privileged territory for its artistic production, therefore contributing to the visibility and relevance of the region in the national artistic and cultural panorama.

The diversification of the cultural offer; the bridging of territorial asymmetries; the involvement of communities; the focus on pedagogy; on training and in the development and creation of new audiences for the arts are the central axes of the company’s work.

Lama Teatro has, along its history, established several partnerships with cultural institutions of enormous national relevance: Teatro Nacional D.Maria II, Teatro da Trindade, São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Culturgest, Cineteatro Louletano, Teatro das Figuras, among many others.

Em 2021, LAMA Teatro started “MOCHILA” - Festival de Teatro para Crianças e Jovens (MOCHILA – Theatre Festival for Children and Adolescents), with an yearly edition in the Algarve region.

BUT WHERE IS THE SWORD? [MAS ONDE ESTÁ A ESPADA?]
Isadora Alves

  • 27-28 may 2022, 8:15 pm
  • Parque do Vale do Silêncio / Tapada das Necessidades

BUT WHERE IS THE SWORD? [MAS ONDE ESTÁ A ESPADA?]
Isadora Alves

  • 27-28 may 2022, 8:15 pm
  • Parque do Vale do Silêncio / Tapada das Necessidades
  • 50 minutes
  • 12+

Creation: Isadora Alves
Developed and presented with: Bruno Humberto and Nuno Nolasco
Costumes: Marisa Escaleira
Set: Humberto and Alves
Photographic register: Miguel Ângelo Santarém and Vitorino Coragem
Support: Fórum Dança, Festival Temps d’Images, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Materiais Diversos
Residencies: O Espaço do Tempo, Fórum Dança and Estúdios Vítor Córdon Acknowledgments: PACAP 4, Ana Libório, Gonçalo Alegria, Latoaria

The stone that generates the first blade is tripartite. It hasn’t been decisive to the knowledge of the interior, nor has it preceded the hunt or the will to hurt. However, inevitably, new stories of the body have been molded by the sword.

The interior, the exterior, the internalized exterior, the interior exteriorized - impossible to escape from it - the inside and the outside, border, delimitation, differentiation, imagination, exteriorization of an exterior interiority interiorization of exteriority Xter- what does it matter? Multiple though one, thus is the admiration for X, Y and Z. “Mas Onde Está a Espada?” is a site-specific work that examines the phenomenon a chant, the architectural miracle, following the tradition of the Corner Pieces, such as those of Joseph Beuys or Bruce Nauman. This piece is built up and disappears around concepts such as the landscape and the forming of three-dimensionality, nature and creation, the abstract and the figurative.

Biographies

Isadora Alves ︎(1996, Lisboa) has a bachelor degree in Theatre from Lisbon’s Film School (ESTC), studied creation in dance at Fórum Dança and sculpture at São Paulo University. She created the pieces “V Primeiro Gesto” (2019) and “Mas Onde Está a Espada?” (2022). Her first pieces are site-specific compositions, where light has been the privileged material of study, in a permanent dialogue with time. She co-created the projects “Ciclo de performances em torno de Albert Serra” (2020), “Elle a besoin de paix. Elle n’a pas besoin de paix.” (2020), “A Memória dos Documentos Perecíveis” (2020), “Clarice, Instantâneo Cénico” (2021).
As interpreter, she worked with Maria Duarte, Bruno Humberto, Rui Paiva, Joana Braga, Miguel Bonneville, Elmano Sancho, António Pires, ADR and Jan Brokof, among others.
Isadora Alves has been awarded a scholarship from Centro Nacional de Cultura to write her next project.
She collaborates regularly with musician and creator Bruno Humberto and photographer Miguel Ângelo Santarém.

www.isadoraalves.com


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PROGRAM COMING SOON
14 OCT - 7 NOV 2022
Moment II