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Cacildas´ Festival: Two plays with English Subtitl...

Cacildas´ Festival: Two plays with English Subtitles at Teatro Oficina

*CACILDAS’ FESTIVAL: SPRING TURNING INTO SUMMER AT OFICINA THEA(C)TER*

Two shows of the most recent production by Oficina Uzyna Uzona Thea(c)ter. Two musicals directed by José Celso Martinez Corrêa that have a direct connection with the current times in Brazil: *Cacilda!!!!! The Decapitated Queen* (always on Saturdays) and *Walmor y Cacilda 1964 – RoboCoup* (always on Sundays).

*Live broadcast on the website www.teatroficina.com.br WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES LIVE!*

On Saturdays (from October 4th to November 8th), the public will be able to live *Cacilda !!!!! The Decapitated Queen*, musical that pictures the end of the passion between the actress Cacilda Becker and the director Adolfo Celi, main creation engine of TBC – Brazilian Theater of Comedy, inspiring a journey that will mark the end of an era – of a production model – of the national Theatre. Camila Mota and Sylvia Becker embody Cacilda Becker alongside Joana Medeiros (Tonia Carrero), Roderick Himeros (Adolfo Celi), Marcelo Drummond (Creon), Zé Celso (Zampari Big Daddy) and 54 other actuators from the Teat(r)o Oficina Uzyna Uzona Company and from the Anthropophagic University (among actors, musicians, videographers, visual artists, dancers and technicians). At The Berrini Theater of Comedy, the rehearsal is invaded by characters that seek for the dissolution of barriers between classes of antagonic Thea(c)ters. With the arrival of the actress Tônia Carrero, new focus of Adolpho Celi’s passion, Cacilda is Detroned. She leaves, then, the house of the drama and drives towards the last path: the harsh learning in the Greek Tragedy, in order to devour her dead passion and to eternalize it inside her actress’ guts. Three plays that Cacilda did are the pillars for *Cacilda!!!!! The Decapitated Queen*: Six characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, The Lady of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas and Antigone, by Sophocles.

On Sundays (from October 5th to November 9th) will be the turn of the public to live along with the Company of the Teat(r)o Oficina Uzyna Uzona Association the emotions of *Walmor y Cacilda 1964 – Robocoup*, musical play poem created to shed a light on the 50-year relationship with the imagery of military dictatorship and its effects on art in Brazil. Cacilda Becker is being directed by Walmor Chagas in the play The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams. Cleyde Yáconis, Cacilda`s sister, is held arrested; hangs in the air a mood of interdiction to the Theaters where plays that are considered subversive make success. The RoboCop, with his futuristic armor, tries to submit all to the state of exception. Liberty is no longer a guarantee. The DOPS (Department of Political and Social Order) summons the theatrical class to testify. Cacilda and Maria Della Costa answer the interrogatory with great clarity and art, embarrassing the Deputy Bonchristiano. 2014: Nonno, poet character of The Night of the Iguana, finishes his poem in which he prescribes the potency of creation in order to keep liberty alive.

*About Cacilda Becker and Oficina Thea(c)ter stagings:*

The life story of the actress Cacilda Becker is the story of the Brazilian Modern Theatre itself. She was the one great responsible for the creation of a professional artistic class and always acted on stage – and beyond them – the sovereignty of theatrical art. But her importance not only refers to the national Theatre; it is universal. At the TBC – Brazilian Theater of Comedy, she made the best of the dramaturgy of the northern hemisphere, but like Joao Gilberto in music, devoured it all up with an absolutely unprecedented, minimalist and original interpretation.

Zé Celso and Marcelo Drummond in 1990 produced the dramaturgy of CACILDA’S ODYSSEY!!!!!!!!!, 900 pages that began to be staged from the end of the millennium. A Homeric work that has generated six distinct (and complementary) productions so far! The dramaturgy of these musical travels through a splendid era of the national Theatre in: the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The exclamation points that nominate the plays, besides the subtitles, reveal the wheezing, almost asthmatic breath of an extremely enthusiastic performance, “with the God Dionysus INSIDE “, projecting his intense libidinous breath towards the Universal Space.

With 55 years of history, Oficina Thea(c)ter is listed as a protected National Artistic and Historical Heritage by IPHAN (Institute of National Historic and Artistic Patrimony). Its artists represent one of the most important and respected groups in Brazil. Among projects with young people in São Paulo, trips throughout several Brazilian capitals, tours in Europe, films and celebrated seasons in its iconic Work of Art headquarters in Bixiga neighborhood, Oficina is constantly changing, always bringing freshness to their new artists and to public.

José Celso Martinez Corrêa, director of Oficina Thea(c)ter, is also an actor, playwright and composer, internationally recognized for his work in theater. Founding member of Oficina Uzyna Uzona Thea(c)ter, has directed dozens of plays with the group, with whom he developed his original style of Brazylian Carnival Opera, genre which is exclusive to Oficina Thea(c)ter, putting on scene dozens of actuators, dividing its runway stage with a live band, singing, dancing, video and worldwide broadcast of all its sessions on Uzyna Uzona Television at the internet. Issues such as education, urban planning and communication are always worked with vigor and depth by the actuators of the group, through musicals that have incorporated the Brazilian Revista Theater and go far beyond the American musical, by taking the choruses out of the background of the shows and giving back the importance that it had in ancient Greece – as well as involving the entire audience in the action of the dramaturgy.

*Cacilda !!!!! The Decapitated Queen*
*Director:* José Celso Martinez Corrêa
*Dramaturgy:* José Celso Martinez Corrêa and Marcelo Drummond (coauthor)
*Poet Councillor:* Catherine Hirsch
“Full Credits”:http://teatroficina.com.br/menus/45/posts/800
*Date:* From October 4th to November 8th, always on Saturdays
*Time:* 19h.
*Tickets:* R$ 30.00 (full), R$ 15.00 (half) and R$ 5.00 (Bixiga residents, upon proof). Half price for seniors, artists, teachers, Petrobras cardholders and work force of Petrobras. Tickets can be purchased at the box office of Oficina one hour before each session, or online, through the “Compre Ingressos”:http://www.compreingressos.com/espetaculos/1822-Cacilda-A-Rainha-Decapitada
*Location:* Teat(r)o Oficina – 520, Jaceguai Street Phone #: +55 11 3106-2818.
*Capacity:* 300 seats
*Age Rate:* 14 years
*Duration:* 3h30 + intermission

*Walmor y Cacilda 1964 – RoboCoup*
*Director:* José Celso Martinez Corrêa
*Dramaturgy:* José Celso Martinez Corrêa and Marcelo Drummond (coauthor)
*Poet Councillor:* Catherine Hirsch
*Musical Directors:* Adriano Salhab, Montorfano and Giuliano Ferrari
*Original music:* Zé Celso Company and the Company of the Association Oficina Uzyna Uzona Theater
“Full Credits”:http://teatroficina.com.br/menus/45/posts/800
*Date:* From October 5th to November 9th, every Sunday.
*Time:* 19h.
*Tickets:* R$ 30.00 (full), R$ 15.00 (half) and R$ 5.00 (Bixiga residents, upon proof). Half price for seniors, artists, teachers, Petrobras cardholders and work force of Petrobras. Tickets can be purchased at the box office of the Oficina one hour before each session, or online, through the “Compre Ingressos”:http://www.compreingressos.com/espetaculos/2679-Walmor-e-Cacilda-64—Robogolpe.
*Location:* Teat (r) o Oficina – 520, Jaceguai StreetPhone #: +55 11 3106-2818.
*Capacity:* 300 seats
*Duration:* 2h20min
*Age Rate:* 14 years


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