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Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

The theme of memory and its loss (dementia) are the guiding threads of Miquelina and Miguel, where the choreographer Miguel Pereira seeks to rescue a new tragic-comic place between himself and his mother Miquelina. A delirious and tender encounter between the two, in which dance, the absurd and fragility are celebrated in a space of limitless freedom, in an attempt to contradict time and escape the inevitable.

Ficha Artística

Artistic Direction
Miguel Pereira

Performance
Miquelina da Costa Frederico and Miguel Pereira

Dramaturgical Assistance
Paula Caspão

Creation Assistance
Bibi Dória
 
Light Design
Hugo Coelho
 
Set Design Collaboration
André Guedes
 
Production
O Rumo do Fumo

Coproduction
Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC
 
Support
Estúdios Victor Córdon
 
Acknowledgment
Ana Pais, Bruno Moreno, Catarina Alvarez, Daniel Tércio, Filipe Viegas, Henrique Neves, Laura Lopes, Luis Graça, Magda Pereira, Marcelo Evelin, Otávio Almeida and Vera Mantero

Cronologia

Premiere 5 - 7 July 2022, Teatro do Bairro Alto, Lisbon/Portugal

18 - 20
Abril - Maio
2022

NEW CREATION

Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

Artistic Residency - Studio O Rumo do Fumo, Espaço da Penha, Lisbon, Portugal

coproduction Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC

23 - 03
Maio - Junho
2022

NEW CREATION

Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

Artistic Residency - Estúdios Victor Córdon, Lisbon, Portugal

coproduction Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC

06 - 17
Junho
2022

NEW CREATION

Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

Artistic Residency - Studio O Rumo do Fumo, Espaço da Penha, Lisbon, Portugal

coproduction Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC

20 - 26
Junho
2022

NEW CREATION

Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

Artistic Residency - Teatro do Bairro Alto, Lisbon, Portugal

coproduction Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC

27 - 30
Junho
2022

NEW CREATION

Miquelina and Miguel

by Miguel Pereira

Artistic Residency - Studio O Rumo do Fumo, Espaço da Penha, Lisbon, Portugal

coproduction Teatro do Bairro Alto / EGEAC