TR Schouwburg, RotterdamKrijn Boon studiodo 13 jun21:00 - 22:00Geweest
The drums play alongside the synthesizers and the Candomblé 'festa' is present in echo and color of those who dance, but this ritual does not have the pretension of being identified. It's a performance created by movements imagined, dreamed and even lived by the choreographer Rita Vilhena in Salvador da Bahia in the Amazon and Portugal. It is a journey to expand the limits of the body.
The divine is all that is not yet a thing.
The divine is all that is not culture; it is in this potential that we can still be what we are not, that we can discover and reinvent.
Is this space what we look for in rituals practices? Or the attempt to recreate the past, as if we forgot that memory is an inevitable update of an event?
Concept/Choreography Rita Vilhena
Co-creation/Interpretation Rita Vilhena, Guilherme da Luz, Jari Marjamaki
Light Design Hygin Delimat
Costume design Carlota Lagido
Scenography Afaina de Jong e Innavisions
Scenography set-up support: Edwin Kolpa
Additional video conception Paulo Perreira
Scenography set up suppor: Edwin Kolpa
Production manager Daniela Ribeiro
Production Baila Louca, Partícula Extravagante
Residencies Estúdios Victor Córdon, Lisboa; Companhia Olga Roriz, Lisboa; Associação Luzlinar, Feital; Auditório da Notabilidade, Castanheira de Pêra; NEGÓCIO/ZDB, Lisboa
Supports Alkantara, Câmara Municipal de Castanheira de Pêra, Rua das Gaivotas 6/Teatro Praga, CASIO, Derbimoto, Teatro Maria Matos / EGEAC
Project finance by Governo de Portugal – Ministério da Cultura/Direção-Geral das Artes e Câmara Municipal de Setúbal