Centro Cultural de Lagos Wed 18 OCT, 10h30 and 14h30 Theatre / 50' / 9 - 12 / 3€ Limited to 2 classes
Pangaea is a sound and visual journey through the universe of the brothers Grimm in which the stage becomes an imaginary museum of curious objects, through sounds heard in headphones. The objects refer to the imagery of fantastic tales, such as the forest full of traps, the black magic of the crystal ball or the spells of the bad witch. In this trip, accompanied by two researchers, we will discover the point of view of the objects that illustrate the stories. For this we will have to follow the clues, as did Hansel and Gretel with the crumbs left in the way, so that they can return home.
Pangaea is a show for young audiences that brings together various languages such as theatre, dance and the visual arts on the stage, thus recovering the idea of the Sixteenth Century Curiosity Enclosures that brought together rare objects and artefacts from biology, becoming the precursors of Museums of art. The collection presented here has fictional outlines: 4 tables and 200 objects representing each story.
Creation, Installation / Scenography: Tiago Cadete
Research assistants: Tiago Cadete, Jonas Lopes, Leonor Cabral & Bernardo Almeida
Interpretation: Leonor Cabral, Bernardo Almeida & João de Brito
Costumes: Carlota Lagido
Technical direction: Nuno Patinho
Funded by: GDA & DGArtes
Co-production: CULTURGEST – Educational Programme
Supports: FIAR, Pólo Cultural das Gaivotas, Espaço EIRA / Teatro da Voz, Voz do Operário
EIRA is supported by Ministério da Cultura / Direção Geral das Artes
Tiago Cadete – Associate artist at EIRA, his work stands in the limits between Theatre, Dance and Visual Arts. He has a Degree in Theatre by Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, he attends a Masters in Visual Arts at EBA-UFRJ (Brazil). His work has been presented in Portugal, Czech Republic, Spain, France, Brazil, amongst others.
As an performer he has worked with choreographers Francisco Camacho, Carlota Lagido, Sílvia Real, Mariana Tengner Barros, Gustavo Ciríaco, Tino Sehgal and with directors Jorge Silva Melo, João Brites and Alfredo Martins. In 2011 he created Highlight, his first solo piece, premiered in the context of Temps d’Images Festival. Since 2009 he collaborates regularly with Raquel André, having created the pieces No Digital, Last and Turbo Lento. He frequently collaborates with Culturgest’s Education Department.