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Última Memória (Last Memory)

Sara Carinhas
©Joana Botelho
Past event
Dates and Schedules

22 March to 2 April
Wednesday to Saturday, 19h30; Sunday, 16h


Meeting with the Artists
March 26th, Sunday


Sala Mário Viegas


1h30 aprox.


€12 with discounts (Covered by the Culture Pass - available only at the Theater ticket office)

Age Restriction


Portuguese Sign Language

2 April, Sunday, 16h


Memory occupies the central place of this project. “No. It’s not about memory but about the fear of forgetting”, writes Sara Carinhas. Books and photographs are present on stage as symbols of inscription, registration, remembrance. Combining her voice with that of other authors, the actress and director seeks to confuse in her autobiography, fictions and stories that do not belong to her. Virginia Woolf, eternal ghost-author revisited by Sara, reappears, this time through her non-fiction texts and the chronology that intersects between the two – there are also images, family trees, letters received, fear of the end of the world and the literature needed to keep the dream alive. A performance in the form of a conference-monologue that can sometimes be confused with a party (and what dangers does a party run?), through which the actress shares references that feed ideas, frames of life, unfinished thoughts, doubts and proposals , oscillating between the fixed script he wrote and the improvisation, or forgetting, of the moment.

Cast and Creative

Creation, Dramaturgy and Interpretation Sara Carinhas Special guest Sr. Victor Filming, recording and dramaturgy Support Joana Botelho Artistic Consulting Nádia Yracema and Sara Barros Leitão staging assistance Joana Picolo Sound Design Madalena Palmeirim Light Design Catarina Côdea Production Direction Rita Faustino Executive Production Mariana Dixe Co-production Causas Comuns and São Luiz Teatro Municipal Artistic residencies Officina Mundi – Joana Villaverde (Avis), Município de Avis, O Espaço do Tempo (Montemor-o-Novo), Festival END (Coimbra) Support Mostra Camaleoa (Florianópolis, Brasil), Companhia Olga Roriz (Lisboa) Agradecimentos Mariana Sá Nogueira, Ana Paganini, Olga Roriz, Madalena Alfaia, Margarida Côdea, Nome Próprio, vinho Que se foda /// Causas Comuns is a structure financed by the Governo de Portugal – Ministério da Cultura / Direção Geral das Artes and is a member of Performart – Association for the Performing Arts in Portugal


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