A seductive black woman who spends her time sunbathing, a dazed blonde who sells crepes, a suicidal boy who sells the flesh of his buttocks, and a deceased father who wants to be forgiven, involved in a strange trade aimed at the reconciliation of beings.
By involving music and poetry, Pierre Notte – presented for the first time in Portugal, if our research hasn’t failed us – establishes a playful distance to better decipher human violence. In this music hall, animal impulses mix with the sweetness of sugar crepes. It’s a back-and-forth between cruelty and humor, where the melodies converge to surprise ourselves. A metaphor about unconditional giving, love and hope.
‘The TEATRO witch’ steps out of her comfort zone – have you ever had one?! – to offer what is best: his desire to surprise, to go beyond ‘déjá vu’, with the risk of someone who wants to test his ability, irreverence and provocation. In a world where everything is bought and sold, hope for humanity is, it cannot fail to be, that risk of those who are alive!