FRI. OCT 13 // 21:30
Tickets: €10; <30; >65 – 7.50€
Duration: 90′ // M/12
Memory occupies the central place of this project. “No. It’s not about memory but about the fear of forgetting”, writes Sara Carinhas. Books and photographs are present on stage as symbols of inscription, registration, remembrance. Combining her voice with that of other authors, the actress and director seeks to confuse in her autobiography, fictions and stories that do not belong to her. Virginia Woolf, eternal ghost-author revisited by Sara, reappears, this time through her non-fiction texts and the chronology that intersects between the two – there are also images, family trees, letters received, fear of the end of the world and the literature needed to keep the dream alive.
A performance in the form of a conference-monologue that can sometimes be confused with a party (and what dangers does a party run?), through which the actress shares references that feed ideas, life frames, unfinished thoughts, doubts and proposals , oscillating between the fixed script he wrote and the improvisation, or forgetting, of the moment.
Creation, Dramaturgy and Interpretation: Sara Carinhas
Special Participation: Mr. Victor
Filming, Recording and support for Dramaturgy: Joana Botelho
Artistic Consulting: Nádia Yracema and Sara Barros Leitão
Directing Assistance: Joana Picolo
Sound Design: Madalena Palmeirim
Light Design: Catarina Côdea
Production Management: Rita Faustino
Co – Production: Causas Comuns and São Luiz Teatro Municipal
Photo: São Luiz Theater, Estelle Valente