Theatre

  • NAILS

The nails are dead parts of the body …
Life drive and death drive, Eros and Thanatos …
That complex vibration of existence. Flesh and Nail.

In “Nails”, from “The Bacchae” by Euripides, by visiting the Greek tragedy, a dialogue is suggested between Greece and Modernity. Times of anxiety, apprehension, doubt and fear. Times to promote thought and indignation.

 

  •  THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA

“The House of Bernarda Alba”, from the great Spanish playwrighter Garcia Lorca, is one of greatest, and most staged, tragedies of the XXth century theatre.

 

  • THE LEGEND OF THE CROW’S BARQUE

“A Lenda da Barca dos Corvos” was on scene in 2011 and was a show targeted for a young pre-teen audience. Portrays the action between the Xth and XIIth century and tells how two crows have become symbols of the city of Lisbon. It was performed in the year of celebration of the 40th anniversary of Theatre GOTA in Lisbon, founded in 1971. Liliana Leite played Dona Isabel de Noronha, a Christian and a crow.

 

  • THE MOON THAT WANTED TO BE SQUARE

One day the moon decides she does not want to be round. She prefers to be square and wonders about the solution.  Meanwhile, she notices that there are different creatures on planet earth and tries to find out how they do … Liliana Leite is the Moon, on this story for children.