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Viúvas-Performance sobre a Ausência (2011) Photo/Foto: HIDVL
  • Title: Viúvas — Performance sobre a Ausência
  • Alternate Title: Widows — Performance about Absence
  • Holdings: video (HIDVL)
  • Duration: 01:11:26
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Date: 2011
  • Location: Porto Alegre, Brazil
  • Type-Format: play, performance
  • Cast: Tânia Farias, Paulo Flores, Eugênio Barboza, Marta Haas, Eduardo Cardoso, Caroline Vetori, Jorge Gil, Clélio Cardoso, Renan Leandro, Edgar Alves, Paula Carvalho, Sandra Steil, Roberto Corbo, Anelise Vargas, Alessandro Müller, Alex Pantera, Aline Ferraz, Karina Sieben, Letícia Virtuoso, Raquel Zepka, Paola Mallmann, Camila Alfonso de Almeida, Geison Burgedurf, Cléber Vinícius, performers; Leila Carvalho, Mayura Matos, Daiane Marçal, André de Jesus, and Cleber Vinícius,substituting cast.
  • Credits: Collective Creation by Tribo de Atuadores Ói Nóis Aqui Traveiz, based on a play by Ariel Dorfman, (collective creation). Johann Alex de Souza, musician; Charles Brito, light board operator; Heloisa Cônsul, seamstress.

Viúvas-Performance sobre a Ausência (2011)

'Widows- Performance about Absence' is part of the continuing theater research the Tribo de Atuadores Ói Nóis Aqui Traveiz has been undertaking on the imagery and recent history of Latin America. Using Ariel Dorfman and Tony Kushner’s Widows as a starting point, the Tribe continues its investigation into the ritual scene, within the trajectory of Teatro de Vivência (experiential theater). 'Widows' features women who fight for the right of knowing where are the men who were disappeared or killed by the military dictatorship that the country went through. It is an allegory about the events that took place in the last decades in Latin America, and the need to keep the memory of this time of horror alive, so that it does not repeat itself. Ói Nóis Aqui Traveiz’ Teatro de Vivência strives for an open and sincere relationship with the audience, in which actors and spectators share a common experience with the intensity of a unique event, capable of producing new modes of perception.


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