Palcos Instáveis

Ana Mula
Cuecas em 8

Palcos Instáveis

© Rui Pedro Ribeiro

June

518.00h & 21.00hSat

CAMPO ALEGREStudio

Dance
In partnership with Companhia Instável
Price 7€
Duration 1.00h
Age >12
When you’re new to a place, there’s a series of clashes and concerns that condition your stay in that new universe. Cuecas em 8 [8-shaped Underpants] intends to be a kind of manifesto on the adaptation process of a woman in a foreign country, based in particular on testimonies from the performers themselves and from narratives gathered in local communities. These views, which are somehow grievances, analyse the way in which the signs of adaptation and maladjustment shared by women of various nationalities manifest in ‘unprepared’ performers.


ANA MULA (Spain, 1991) has a degree in artistic direction and acting from ESMAE – Higher School of Music and Performing Arts. Her work focuses on research that encompasses theatre, dance and performance. She participated in the European festival for young stage directors Fast Forward. She created the pieces Percaminho, Autólise [Autolysis] and Embalagem [Package]. She’s currently working on the project Fondo with the support of the Cultural Promotion Fund.


June

518.00h & 21.00hSat

CAMPO ALEGREStudio

Dance
In partnership with Companhia Instável
Price 7€
Duration 1.00h
Age >12
Concept and artistc direction Ana Mula
Performed by Dayra Efrat, Sara Montalvão and Sara Montalvão
Choreography collaboration Ana Dora Borges, André Araújo, Clara Alvim, Darya Efrat, Francesca Perrucci and Sara Montalvão
Production Alicia Cano
Production support Sekoia – Artes Performativas
Lighting design Octavio Gomez
Original soundtrack Blanc Motif
Dramaturgy support Olga Branco
Set design Diana Pereira
Costumes Maria Coelho
Photography Rui Pedro Ribeiro
Video Duda Affonso
Artistic residencies Companhia Instável e AADK Spain_Centro Negra
Support Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and Teatro Circo Murcia
Other supports Espaço Mira Artes Performativas, Visões Úteis, Asociación Cazalla Intercultural (Trabalho com a community) and Marina Ramos (Inclusiveness)