For those people who always want to know more, on this LINK you can find the program for the show I did with Cão Solteiro and Greg Wohead, HEADING AGAINST THE WALL, with original texts by Maria Sequeira Mendes, Nuno Fonseca and Pedro Faro (some in portuguese, others in english).
The show HEADING AGAINST THE WALL by Cão Solteiro & André Godinho in collaboration with Greg Wohead will premiere November 13 in two different versions, one is the physical version at LuxFrágil and the other is online with live streaming. See us on both sides like Chanel.
This show is coproduced by Teatro do Bairro Alto and is part of the program of Alkantara Festival.
It starts like this ⬆️ and it ends like this ⬇️ COULD BE WORSE: THE MUSICAL is a theatre show that I co-created with the theatre company Cão Solteiro. It’s a musical sang by non-professional singers with original music by PZ and Vaiapraia. It will sound good enough, I promise. Could it be better? Yes, definitely, but it surely could be worse. We’ll premiere November 7th in Porto’s Nacional Theatre São João.
Theatre company Estrutura will be 10 years old and they’re throwing a PARTY!
My gift for them, is an alternative ending for the show we did in 2017, THE END, a new ending that says: this is not the end. Because our love is neverending.
PARTY will be at Teatro do Campo Alegre, September 29th and 30th. More info here.
Now working to sound of construction work, rehearsing the upcoming show COULD BE WORSE: THE MUSICAL by Cão Solteiro & André Godinho. It premieres in November.
Doing some videos for Teatro Praga’s next performance: XTRÒRDINÁRIO. A recall of the last 125 years of Lisbon’s theatre: São Luiz. Premieres May 10th @ São Luiz Teatro Municipal.
Teatro Praga’s TIMÃO DE ATENAS was performed in CCB and it looked a bit like this… With music performed by Ludovice Ensemble and video by me. More info HERE.
Pics by Alípio Padilha
Up Next: doing live video for Teatro Praga’s TIMÃO DE ATENAS feat. Ludovice Ensemble. Based on William Shakespeare’s “Timon of Athens” and music composed for the play by Henry Purcell. April 6th to 8th @ CCB