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25 - 27 March
Ana Rita Teodoro

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12€
Dance

25 - 27 March

friday and saturday 7.30pm
sunday 5pm

ACCESSIBLE SESSION
27 March 5pm: session with interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language

SPECTATOR CLUB
March 27 after the show at Sala Manuela Porto, moderated by Maria Sequeira Mendes

Dance
Price 12€
Under 25 years: 5€
Voucher Ana Rita Teodoro 9€ + 9€
Main Auditorium
Length 60min

Age restriction:

M/6

Concept and interpretation  Ana Rita Teodoro
Dramaturgical Contribution João dos Santos Martins
Light Mariana Figueroa
Costume Marisa Escaleira, Nuno Nogueira, Salomé Areias e Ana Sargento
Production Associação Parasita / Carolina Gameiro e Lysandra Domingues
Songs by Ana Rita Teodoro – “Lúcidos Finais” inspired by Canto “Nossa Senhora da Azenha” from Adufeiras de Monsanto; “Peito Gaiola” inspired by Canto “A Confissão da virgem” from Deolinda Branco Pereira
Adapted Text by Ana Rita Teodoro, from an open letter by Laura Ramos. Complete Letter  and  Petição Pública.
Thanks to André Teodósio, Rita Natálio
Support Fundação Serralves, República Portuguesa – Cultura/Direção-Geral das Artes, Teatro do Bairro Alto, Casa da Dança, Forum Dança, Estúdios Victor Cordón, Teatro da Voz e Companhia Olga Roriz

Access conditions

  • There might be temperature measurement without registration when entering the space.
  • It is mandatory to wear a face mask inside the building before, during and after the sessions
  • Disinfect hands and adopt proper respiratory hygiene
  • Keep a safe distance and avoid crowding people
  • Bring your ticket from home or, if you really need to buy the ticket at TBA, choose contactless payment by debit card or MBway.
  • At entrances and exits, follow the recommendations of the TBA team
  • It is not possible to change place after its indication by the Front of House staff

Ana Rita Teodoro’s performative oeuvre focuses on a multidisciplinary research of the body, its personality and anatomy. In her most recent work aaah, she pays homage to the old dancers and celebrates the things that come to an end, invoking lucidity and a sense of humour towards the end.

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