Agenda

27 Nov 2020;
09:00PM - 10:15PM
"A quiet moment"
28 Nov 2020;
09:30PM - 10:45PM
ANTECIPADO "A quiet moment"
08 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
09 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
10 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
11 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
12 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
13 Dec 2020;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
CLASH! Festival Internacional
19 Dec 2020;
12:00AM
Aulas abertas | Dança Criativa, Pré-Primário e Primário
19 Dec 2020;
09:30PM - 10:21PM
"Inverno"

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Screendance
Direction by Marta Romero | Choreography by Bruno Duarte
Premiere on december 12th, 2020 at CLASH! International Festival

 

Film noir is a term coined by French critics to describe a type of cinema, mostly black and white, full of shadows and suspense.
Adopting the same aesthetics and ambience, in contrast to an admittedly contemporary soundtrack and movement, "Noir" was created for the Clash! Project from a series of premises designed by the different partners and which inspired a work in which the individual clashes with the group that is itself constituted by confronting entities. In this organized chaos, it is difficult to find who to point the finger at.

Sete Dias de Inverno CaDA 637x232

Video Dance
Directed by Henrique Pina | Choreography by Bruno Duarte
Premiere on March 6th, 2020 at Auditório Osvaldo Azinheira – Academia Almadense, Almada.

 

Saturnalia was an ancient Roman festival that took place in worship of Saturn, god of agriculture.
For seven days in December, Rome was transformed and social norms were reversed, in celebration of freedom and a new agrarian year.
The spirit of these festivities passed from people to people, overflowed borders and remains centuries later under various names and forms, adorned by the customs of those who welcomed them.
In the villages of Trás-os-Montes, in the north of Portugal, rituals in praise of freedom, youth and pagan gods continue the symbolism of other times. A celebration of life that spreads through the crowd.
And the people dance.

O Fio autoras CaDA 2020

Dramaturgy by Ana Lázaro | Choreography by Inês Pedruco
Premiere date to be announced

 

"O Fio" (The Thread) talks about the relationship between people: about the threads that connect us and that allow us to feel close to each other. The way certain threads guide us, free us or make us feel safe, but also tie us up, get tangled up and hard to tell apart.
In a show created from the language of children and focusing on childhood thinking, we’ll explore the idea of ​​distance: physical and metaphorical, playing with and exploring the emotions associated with human connections, achieving autonomy, family and affective relationships, and the feeling of loneliness. This is a space in which we build a history but also look to raise questions, ideas and impulses. A space in which we try to listen to the voice of children and young people and research their perceptions about their own ability to generate threads.

Created by Bruno Duarte
Presentation on September 18th and 19th, 2020, in Teatro Municipal Joaquim Benite, Almada

 

The year 2020 marks 60 years since the creation of "Psycho" (1960), by Alfred Hitchcock, and 40 years since the director's death (1980).
In "A Quiet Moment", the choreographer proposes to take a contemporary look at the historical object, in a dialectical exploration between the present and past. The notion of “suspense” will be one of the main concepts to work on, but also irony and meta-drama.

 

Contactos

Rua Manuel de Sousa Coutinho, 11

2800-163 Almada

Tel: +351 212 583 175

Fax: +351 212 500 524

E-mail: geral@cdanca-almada.pt

Ca.DA Escola

Rua Manuel de Sousa Coutinho, 11

2800-163 Almada

Tel: +351 212 500 145

E-mail: escola@cdanca-almada.pt

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REPUBLICA PORTUGUESA CULTURA branco

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