Programme

Leonardo Moreira / Cia. Hiato

Ficção / Fiction

Part of the festival Projeto Brasil - The Sky Is Already Falling 

Theatre

7 hours Admission between the monolgues is possible. Intermissions approx. at 8-8.30pm and 10.30-11pm.

“Ficção” is a theatre marathon in which the individual actors talk about their lives in one-hour monologues. There are six wonderfully strange and at the same time very familiar-sounding, honest stories of growing up, vulnerability and self-discovery in relation to their family traditions and cultural background. The texts distill all their internal contradictions into a complex, moving image of life in São Paulo.  

Order of monologues:

1. Maria Amélia Farah

2. Luciana Paes
Break

3.  Paula Picareli

4. Thiago Amaral
Break

5. Aline Filócomo

6. Fernanda Stefanski
Produktion: Companhia Hiato

Co-production: Elephante Produções Artísticas

Cast

Text und Regie: Leonardo Moreira / Mit: Thiago Amaral / Mariah Amélia Farah / Aline Filócomo / Luciana Paes / Paula Picarelli / Fernanda Stefanski / Produktion und künstlerische Mitarbeit: Aura Cunha / In Zusammenarbeit mit: Dilson do Amaral, Milena Filócomo  / Bühne und Lichtdesign: Marisa Bentivegna / Musik und Sound Effekte: Kuki Stolarski / Kostüme: João Pimenta / Produktions-assistenz: Yumi Ogino

Dates

  • Past
    Fri 10.6.2016, 18:00 / HAU3
    Sat 11.6.2016, 18:00 / HAU3

Credits

Produktion: Companhia Hiato

Co-production: Elephante Produções Artísticas

Location

HAU3
Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

Access by means of a stairwell (3rd floor). Use of lift possible by prior arrangement.

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