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Segunda-Feira: Atenção à Direita!

Sete Anos Sete Peças
Cláudia Dias
©José Caldeira
Past event
Dates and Schedules

27 April
Tuesday, 19h


Meeting with the creators after the show


Sala Bernardo Sassetti


In the first show of the Sete Anos Sete Peças cycle, Cláudia Dias seeks to recreate a boxing match. Clenched fists, full contact, on Segunda-Feira: Atenção à Direita!, one thing seems certain: Cláudia Dias and Jaime Neves will give and take punches in the mouth literally and metaphorically. Belonging to a community that has been brought to the mat over and over again, when punching each other with arguments, among the promised blood, sweat and tears, light is made, as in enlightened fables. The feeling of oppression, of which they free themselves by fighting, opposes the feeling of solidarity, between peers, which is reinforced in combat, when they recognise themselves as equals. Clenched fists. From these opposing forces, enough friction comes out to move from words to deeds.

Cast and Creative

Concept and Artistic Direction Cláudia Dias Guest artist Pablo Fidalgo Lareo Text Cláudia Dias and Pablo Fidalgo Lareo Interpreters Cláudia Dias, Jaime Neves and Karas Critical follow-up Jorge Louraço Figueira Scenography and Light Design Thomas Walgrave Technical direction Nuno Borda d’Água Thai Boxing Coach Jaime Neves Diffusion Something Great Production Alkantara Co-production Alkantara Festival and Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival Groningen under the NXTSTP / Culture Program of the European Union, Goethe Institut and MariaMatos Teatro Municipal as part of the Europoly project, Teatro Municipal do Porto   Co-production of artistic residency O Espaço do Tempo (Associated artist) Artistic residencies Espaço Alkantara, Göteborg Dance and Theatre Festival and Vitlycke Centre for Performing Arts, with the support of KID Gothenburg, Teatro Extremo and Teatro Estúdio António Assunção, Companhia de Dança de Almada, O Espaço doTempo; Teatro Municipal do Porto Alkantara is a structure funded by: República Portuguesa | Cultura/ Direcção-Geral das Artes


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