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Nuno Lucas

Born in Portugal, 1980. Currently lives in between Paris, Lisbon and Seoul.

Works as choreographer, performer and teacher.

Began to show ability for comedy at an early age. He studied in the conservatory of music in Funchal and Caldas da Rainha (guitar and voice). Began to show ability for comedy at an early age. He studied in the conservatory of music in Funchal and Caldas da Rainha (guitar and voice). In 2001 made his debut as a performer with the choreographer Miguel Pereira at National Theater D. Maria II.

In 2003 he was invited by João Fiadeiro to develop his first choreographical sketches in LAB10.

In 2004 obtained his degree in Economics by Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

He created the solo "I could write a song" (2015)(2015 - Théâtre de Vanves, France). In collaboration with Hermann Heisig created "Pongo Land" (2008 - Théâtre L'usine, Switzerland) ; with Irina Müller & Hermann Heisig “What comes up, must go up” (2009 - Festival Tanz im August, Germany); with Márcia Lança "Trompe le Monde" (2010 – Culturgest, Portugal) and "Por esse mundo fora" (2016 - Teatro Maria Matos, Portugal); with Pieter Ampe, Guilherme Garrido & Hermann Heisig "a coming community" (2012 – Kunstenfestivaldesarts). He presented his work in Portugal, France, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Estonia, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Romania, Spain, Belgium, Czech Republic, Argentina and South Korea.

He worked with many artists emphasizing his experience as a performer with Miguel Pereira, Joris Lacoste, Rita Natálio, Ivana Muller, and Mala Voadora.

In his professional training strands out The Choreographic Course of Creation and Research in Forum Dança and the ex.e.r.ce program in the Centre Choreographic National de Montpellier, under the direction of Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy, where he received a scholarship of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

He regularly teaches composition/performance in several countries, for adults as well as for children.

 

photo credit: Esther Quade