By heart

TIAGO RODRIGUES
20/10/2020 25/10/2020
  • Duration: +- 2H
  • Location : Salle de l’Œil vert

Tiago Rodrigues recounts the story of his grandmother, Candida, who, before becoming totally blind, asked him to choose a text that she could learn by heart. But what does ‘learning a text by heart’ mean exactly? By asking ten volunteer audience members to do this each evening, the Portuguese director and actor is not content to merely blur the boundaries between theatre, fiction and reality. He invites men and women to enjoy a singular and poetic group experience, one that gives rise to an act of artistic and political resistance, as well as a struggle against time and forgetfulness.

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Calendar

Date Hour
Tuesday, October 20 8:00 pm
Wednesday, October 21 7:00 pm
Thursday, October 22 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 25 2:00 pm

Tarifs

  • Plein tarif 31 €
  • 65ans+/Carte prof/Groupe10+ 26 €
  • -30ans/Pro/Dem.d'emploi 13 €
  • Groupe scolaire 8 €
  • -15ans 7 €
  • Etudiants Conservatoires Art de la parole 5 €
Book

Distributions

From 15 years old

DE ET AVEC Tiago Rodrigues
TEXTE AVEC EXTRAITS ET CITATIONS DE William Shakespeare, Ray Bradbury, George Steiner et Joseph Brodsky
ACCESSOIRES ET COSTUMES Magda Bizarro
TRADUCTION EN FRANÇAIS Thomas Resendes
PRODUCTION EXÉCUTIVE Rita Forjaz
PRODUCTION EXÉCUTIVE DANS LA CRÉATION ORIGINALE Magda Bizarro, Rita Mendes
PRODUCTION Teatro Nacional D. Maria II (Portugal) après une création originale de la compagnie Mundo Perfeito
COPRODUCTION O Espaço do Tempo, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal
AVEC LE SOUTIEN du Governo de Portugal | DGArtes

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