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Margem

Victor Hugo Pontes

Centro de Arte de Ovar
Ovar
11 de Janeiro

Sexta, às 10h30 e 22h00

Margem” [Margin] takes inspiration from Jorge Amado’s 1937 novel, “Captains of the Sands”, which portrays a group of abandoned children and teenagers living on the streets of São Salvador da Bahia, stealing to eat and sleeping in a warehouse by the docks where, as a kind of family, they watch over one another and survive one day at a time.

Nocturno

Joana Gama and Victor Hugo Pontes

Theatro Circo
Braga
18 e 19 de Janeiro 2019

Sexta, às 11h00 e 15h00

Sábado, às 11h00 e 16h00

In children’s imagination, the night is perhaps the first of the great mysteries. The shadows, the darkness, the silence, the street sounds and the movements in the house inspire fantasies, a lot of fears and some fascination. In the children’s universe, night is synonymous with the unknown, on the one hand, and infinite possibility, on the other. Night terrors, monsters under the bed, heavy rain that won’t let you sleep, but also happy dreams, bedtime stories, lullabies, goodnight cuddles, moonlight.

The night is, by definition, a time of fantasy, and it remains that way in our adult life, becoming associated with loneliness, sleeplessness, deviation, but also with intimacy and reflection. For all these reasons, night is ancestrally linked to the artistic world, it rests somewhere between melancholy and transgression.

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