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Teatro Nacional D. Maria II

14 — 15 Sep - 2019
Saturday and Sunday

© Filipe Ferreira

Teatro Nacional D. Maria II

14 — 15 Sep - 2019
Saturday and Sunday

Accessibility for people with reduced mobility.

Entrada Livre is a thought festival that lasts two days, which will be celebrating this chance to interact with the public once again. At the opening of the 2019/20 season, we’re inviting you all to inhabit this house which belongs to you. And as at any theatre, we suggest that the impossible only appears impossible.

14 September

Sala de Cenografia, 11am

The Elephants’ Walk By Miguel Fragata and Inês Barahona

Over 6s

When the man dies, the elephants set off on a mysterious trek to his home as a final tribute: this wasn’t any man, he was one of them. A performance that reflects on the end, which is a mystery for all of us, children and adults alike.

 

Capitólio - Parque Mayer

PUR PRÉSENT

5 pm – 8 pm, with two intervals

A French-language show with Portuguese subtitles

Three small tragedies about the world of today, in which the characters challenge themselves to find an answer to the question: how to live with dignity? Comprising three parts, Pur Présent recalls the tragedies of Aeschylus which Olivier Py translated and is now producing after ten years.

 

Sala Garrett, 8 pm

ANTIGONE

Directed by Mónica Garnel

Based on the text of Antigone, by Sophocles, and a city which is falling sick, this performance goes in search of vertigo, approaching a classic text for its relevance today, on one hand, and its humanity, on the other. Can man change destiny? Should human rights override the rights of the ruling powers? What, then, is justice?

 

Sala Estúdio, 8 pm

COLEÇÃO DE ARTISTAS, by Raquel André

Is it possible to access an artist through a moment of their artistic creation? To access their story? Coleção de Artistas is a collection that deals with each artist, with their practices and the tools of their trade, as well as their thoughts and biographies.

 

Salão Nobre, 2.30 pm & 5.30 pm

Sala do Rei, 4 pm

LEITURAS ENCENADAS (STAGE READINGS)

3rd Edition of the Theatre Writing Laboratory

 

1ª Ordem

Guided tour to exhibition: "José Marques: Fotógrafo em Cena"

Capacity 30 people

 

Átrio, 4.30 pm

Salão Nobre Ageas, 6.30 pm

Book launches

 

Varanda do Largo de São Domingos, 9.30 pm

CONCERT ON THE TERRACE

SELMA UAMUSSE

 

15 September

Sala de Cenografia, 11 am / children’s show

The Elephants’ Walk By Miguel Fragata & Inês Barahona

Over 6s

When the man dies, the elephants set off on a mysterious trek to his home as a final tribute: this wasn’t any man, he was one of them. A performance that reflects on the end, which is a mystery for all of us, children and adults alike.

Capitólio - Parque Mayer
6 pm

 

PUR PRÉSENT, by Olivier Py

Text and director: Olivier Py

Set design based on an idea by Pierre-André Weitz

Assistant director: Neil-Adam Mohammedi

 

Sala Garrett, 8 pm

History of madness in the Classic Age of Michel Foucault.

Directed by ANGÉLICA LIDDELL

over 18s

Public performances of the work developed during this year’s edition of École des Maîtres.

 

Sala Estúdio, 8 pm

COLEÇÃO DE ARTISTAS, by Raquel André

 

Sala do Rei, 2.30 pm

Salão Nobre, 4 pm

STAGE READINGS

3rd Edition of the Theatre Writing Laboratory

 

1ª Ordem

Guided tour to exhibition: "José Marques: Fotógrafo em Cena"  

Capacity 30 people

 

Salão Nobre Ageas, 5.30 pm

Book launches

 

Átrio, 9.30 pm – 1:00 am

CLOSING PARTY