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Histórias de Além Terra

Leonor Keil / Cão Danado
©Edgar Massul
Past event
Dates and Schedules

February 9th to 13th
Wednesday to Sunday, 19h


Sala Bernardo Sassetti


1h15 aprox.


€12 (with discounts)

Age Restriction



What started out as a solo in three chapters, presented annually, ended up being transformed into a unique show, in the form of a triptych. Leonor Keil brings to São Luiz Histórias de Além Terra, “narratives with strong iconographic, choreographic and poetic components (in the broadest sense), in which concerns and questions are projected, born here on earth, on the ‘screen’ of outer space, and in which mysteries of the cosmos that challenge humans at the level of earthly perception are also lowered”, she describes. It is mainly about questioning, in a playful but informed way, the modes of relationship between humans and the immense unknown that surrounds them, sometimes placing the emphasis on the mythological vision, sometimes calling upon the scientific gaze. Each panel of the triptych complements the previous one and is marked by a different point of view and a different visioning protocol.

Cast and Creative

Conception, Creation and Interpretation Leonor Keil Texts Regina Guimarães Interpretation Sara Barbosa (voice over) and Luis Elgris (voice and video) Sound Design Pedro Augusto Light Design Carín Geada Costumes Sara Barbosa Stage Space Sebastião Soares | Rita Negrão | António Muralhas Video direction Roger Oliveira Video design Stephan Jürgens Production direction Nuno Eusébio Executive Production Rita Soares Production assistance Mariana Leite Soares Co-production Cão Danado, Teatro Viriato and São Luiz Teatro Municipal Acknowledgments Planetário do Porto – Centro de Ciência Viva | Planetário Calouste Gulbenkian | Edgar Massul | Teatro do Silêncio | Parque das Devesa | Francisco Campos | Artur Pispalhas | Teatro Pogo | A Reguladora /// Cão Danado é uma estrutura financiada pela República Portuguesa – Cultura / Direção-Geral das Artes e tem o apoio do Município de Famalicão.


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