Partículas Elementares - © DR

© DR

FIMP 2019

2019

October

19 Sat 16.00h & 17.00h

CAMPO ALEGRE Café-Teatro

2.50€ (children and school groups) • 7.00€ (adults)
35min • >3

Partículas Elementares

Ninho

Puppetry
 
“Ninho” [Nest] draws inspiration from a poem by Portuguese writer Miguel Torga, “Sei um ninho” [I Know of a Nest], which in a few lines shows that a well-kept secret may strengthen a true friendship. “Ninho” is pure visual poetry, and it proves itself in the details. With a minimalist plot, the narrative is based on chance: a boy’s curiosity, awaken by mere coincidence, triggers the beginning of a web of affections. The scenery is sober, and there’s only one main character, three minor characters and a soundtrack that complements the entire play. “Ninho” is a remarkable project, which leaves the audience, both children and adults, with a great desire to let imagination loose.

 
In the enchanted world of puppets, Leonor Bandeira and Carlos Silva give substance to emotions, moments, adventures and stories of this and that character that turn into memories one keeps for life. The Portuguese puppet theatre company has been around since 2003, and its main goal is to combine different artistic expressions such as music, poetry, sculpture and painting, among many other crafts that merge in sceneries of pure magic, always with an educational side to it. Presenting its own productions, Partículas Elementares is seen as an example, and it has a wide audience of children and adults.
Original concept Carlos Silva
Directed by Leonor Bandeira
Performer and manipulator Carlos Silva
Set design and puppets Leonor Bandeira
Scenic device João Sofio
Produced by Partículas Elementares 

Paralelo

Approach Programme to Performing Arts

This programme, implemented by Teatro Municipal do Porto, develops and presents a variety of proposals linked to the programme and for all audiences. It thus puts forward a series of actions taking place at Rivoli and Campo Alegre, ranging from performances to workshops, from encounters to long term projects, from talks to guided tours. Given that one of its main purposes is mediation, it is crucial to focus on the variety of existing audiences, as well as on the fostering of an active, critical participation that enhances reflection upon the performing arts, and a close and constructive relation to their creators. While it offers performances and activities specifically meant for schools and families on a monthly basis, Paralelo also provides other audiences with the chance to regularly and jointly approach performing arts with different proposals and approaches.

PROGRAMME 2019/2020

Performances for School Groups and Families

They are presented under the Programa Paralelo, performances that target children, young people and families. These performances also have sessions for school groups.
Amarelo Silvestre

Amarelo Silvestre Engolir sapos

Paralelo Programme
2020February
8 Sat 16.00h
CAMPO ALEGRE Stage Auditorium

Theatre

in paralelo

A anatomia do preconceitoWorkshop oriented by Leonor Barata

2020February
3 Mon 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h 4 Tue 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h 5 Wed 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h
RIVOLI Rehearsal Room
Renaud Herbin

Renaud HerbinL’écho des creux [Eco oco]

Paralelo Programme
2020March
12 Thu 10.30h & 15.00h — school session 13 Sex 10.30h & 15.00h — school session 14 Sáb 16.00h — family session
CAMPO ALEGRE Stage Auditorium

Theatre
P.E.D.R.A.

P.E.D.R.A.Projeto Educativo em Dança de Repertório para Adolescentes (3rd edition)

Paralelo Programme
2020April
3 Fri 19.00h 4 Sat 16.00h
CAMPO ALEGRE Café-Teatro

Dance
Patrícia Portela

Patrícia PortelaBoas Memórias

2020June
19 Fri 21.00h20 Sat 16.00h
CAMPO ALEGRE Stage Auditorium

Theatre

Workshops & Masterclasses

These are practical activities that bring together national and international creators who present their work at Teatro Municipal do Porto and the several audiences (students, professionals, curious people with or without experience) of different age groups. They foster a better understanding of the work we present here, of the parties involved and of the creative process as a whole. Each workshop or master class is €2.50, or free upon presentation of ticket for the corresponding performance.
A anatomia do preconceito

A anatomia do preconceitoWorkshop oriented by Leonor Barata

2020February
3 Mon 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h 4 Tue 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h 5 Wed 10.00h & 11.30h & 15.00h
RIVOLI Rehearsal Room

Workshops
Workshop with Boris Charmatz

Workshop with Boris Charmatz

2020February
15 Sat 11.00h
RIVOLI Rehearsal Room

Workshops

Aquecimento Paralelo

Once a month, this workshop challenges the spectators to try a given performance’s idea or movement out right before watching it. It not only enables a brief approach to different languages, it also allows all those who participate in it (with or without experience) to relate to the performances in a way that is rather different than the usual. Each Paralelo Warm Up is 2.50€, or free upon presentation of ticket for the corresponding performance.
Aquecimento Paralelo with João Rôla

Aquecimento Paralelo with João Rôla

2020February
15 Sat 17.00h
RIVOLI Rehearsal Room

Workshops

Meetings

Based on the season’s performances, the main topic is performing arts, and everyone is invited to the conversation, which is first and foremost meant to be participatory and enriching. These encounters promote a wide-ranging debate on a specific topic, vary in length, and may take place at the Theatre, schools or unconventional places.

Post-performance talks

This season, we challenged three guests to moderate these talks. Every now and then, someone from Teatro Municipal do Porto’s programming team or some other guest may take on that role. The post-performance talk doesn’t last long (around half an hour), and its goal is to engage directly with the artists and to get closer to the basic ideas and processes behind the piece that has just been presented and about which we’d like to know more.



Post-performance talk with Boris Charmatz

Post-performance talk with Boris Charmatz

2020February
15 Sat 20.15h
RIVOLI Café

Post Performance Talks
Post-performance talk with Hotel Europa

Post-performance talk with Hotel Europa

2020February
21 Fri 22.45h
Teatro Campo Alegre

Post Performance Talks

Ongoing projects

Every year we have undertaken a long term project, always with specific groups of participants. The projects can focus on different artistic fields, and they allow for a continuing practice over several months. They also encourage sharing among the group, and raising awareness and acknowledgement that performing arts can and must be for all. This season’s long term project, “O Amigo Secreto” [The Secret Friend], challenges and questions the holders of the Teatro Municipal do Porto’s Friend Card on the concept of “friendship” and on what it means, after all, to be friends with a theatre.

Spectator workshop

Aged 8 to 13
We propose to this group to watch, together, the performances presented under the Parallel. After each work, Tomás Carneiro, of Public Philosophy, challenges them to question and to discover the various looks that the Performative Arts make possible

Aged 14 to 18
This will be a place to discover, reflect and share. Starting from the different proposed performances, we try to construct a joint critical thought, a result of the individuality of each one. It is intended to start from the experience of Angela Diaz Quintela to propose challenges, influence and be influenced by the natural transformation of thought. Provide a space of constant questioning and openness, losing the fear of not liking or not perceiving, thus recognizing the importance that this place has for the various artistic areas.

Older than 18 
Once a month, this group attends a performance of the Teatro Municipal do Porto. After the performance, Tomás Carneiro, from Philosophy, proposes an informal conversation. The challenge is for everyone to have the opportunity to question and be questioned, to discover (or not) other perspectives, and, above all, to be able to share.

Duration: once a month from October 2019 to July 2020. Tickets to the performances 2.50€. To apply for one of the groups or for further information, e-mail us at: paralelo.tmp@agoraporto.pt

 

Twenty Minutes

“Twenty Minutes” is a Teatro Municipal do Porto project taking place during the 2018/2019 school year and involving final-year students at one of Porto’s following art schools: ACE – School of Arts; balleteatro; ESAP – Porto Higher School of Art, and ESMAE – School of Music and Performing Arts. Its main goal is to present new creations developed and performed exclusively by students. 

Guided tours

The Teatro Municipal do Porto opens the doors of its two poles, Rivoli and Campo Alegre, in order to unveil its frames. A guided tour that intends to make known these two Theaters, but also the work that is developed here and the team that works in them.


• 11.00h — 12.30h
 
JANUARY • 25 
João Gesta (Quintas de Leitura) 
Jorge Soares (Maintenance) 
CAMPO ALEGRE
 
MARCH  21 
Elisabete Veiga (Administrative support) 
Francisco Choupina (Maintenance) 
RIVOLI
 
MAY • 30 
Catarina Mesquita (Production) 
Vanessa Freitas (Technical department) 
CAMPO ALEGRE
 
JULY • 11 
Francisco Teles (Technical department)
Marina Freitas (Production)
RIVOLI

Minimum 6 and maximum 25 participants 
Registration for paralelo.tmp@agoraporto.pt

Free • >6

Aside from the dates mentioned, there is also the possibility of organising group tours.
This service may be provided at request upon prior application to paralelo.tmp@cm-porto.pt
Appointing the visit is contingent on the availability of the teams and on the theatre’s activities.
Translation in English, French and Portuguese Sign Language may be provided whenever requested.

For further information
 paralelo.tmp@agoraporto.pt

Solidary dress rehearsals

This initiative proposes that the general rehearsal of a particular performance or artist be promoted to the benefit of social solidarity institutions through the transfer of tickets, which the institution in turn makes available to its members and the public at symbolic values. The amount raised goes entirely to the institutions.

For further information paralelo.tmp@agoraporto.pt