LENDIAS D’ENCANTAR E FESTIVAL CENA CONTEMPORÂNEA
BRAZIL - M/16
Malecon of the city of Havana, Cuba. A hurricane advances across the horizon. Two men, unknown to each other, are waiting for a woman. They have no idea of the danger ahead of the sea. They are only sure that they have known true love. They joke, argue, discover common origins and are not frightened by hurricane warnings. HURRICANE CARMEN addresses the theme of waiting from elements that make up the male universe and its ways of rivaling. The two central characters, like the actors, have different origins, but eventually find points of union beyond conflict. In an increasingly intolerant world, this piece also speaks of tolerance for difference.
Playwright Santiago Serrano | Direction Murilo Grossi | Interpretation António Revez and Murilo Grossi | Co-edited Sérgio Sartório | Original Music Gabriel Grossi | Shorthand Chico Sassi | Costumes Chico Sassi | Iluminación Sérgio Sartório | Musical Direction Gabriel Grossi | Music Gabriel Grossi | Photography Alexandre Magno| Visual Identity Chico Sassi | Press Office Object Yes | Production in Brazil Daniela Vasconcelos and Fernanda Ribeiro Bigonha | Production in Portugal Susana Paixão - Lendias d'Encantar |co-production Lendias d'Encantar y Contemporary Scene