In the Antiprincesas cycle, Cláudia Gaiolas also talks about Portuguese women who have left their mark in history. Carolina Beatriz Ângelo, a Portuguese physician and feminist, was the first woman to vote in the country, in 1911. The law stated that only citizens over the age of 21 who could read and write and were householders, could vote. The fact of being a widow and having to support her daughter allowed her to invoke in court the right to be considered a “householder”.
Antiprincesas: Carolina Beatriz ÂngeloCláudia Gaiolas
18 and 19 September
Saturday and Sunday, 11am and 4pm
Free entry, subject to capacity, with prior ticket collection
Target audience: 6A
Cast and Creative
Direction and Interpretation Cláudia Gaiolas Directing Assistance Keli Freitas Dramaturgy Alex Cassal Scenography Carla Martinez Costumes Ainhoa Vidal Sonoplasty Teresa Gentil Executive Production Armando Valente /// Commissioned by São Luiz Teatro Municipal and EGEAC – Programação em Espaço Público, in co-production with Teatro Municipal do Porto and Teatro meia volta e depois à esquerda quando eu disser /// Inserted in the Lisboa na Rua 2021 Program