Miguel Maia's new show presents a distorted version ofThe wild duck, by Henrik Ibsen.
In this free adaptation, we work in limbo between the physical presence of the actor, inherent to the theater, and the vertigo of the images, present in all spheres of human experience. Ibsen, one of the fathers of naturalism in theater, who sought to show things on stage as they were, pursued a certain idea of verisimilitude, maintaining a great symbolic glow.
How do we relate today to the search for truth, in a context of spectator-enactors, clinging to their hyperbolic avatars on networks likeTikTok, or in infinite scenarios of any metaverse?
If before we were looking for the truth on stage, what are we looking for now?
The New Reals
AN OPEN CONVERSATION
TO THE PUBLIC
On November 25th we opened a conversation that will continue until the premiere of Miguel Maia's next creation, in April 2024 at the Teatro Ibérico.
We will bring together the public and the team and with the special participation of Miguel Castro Caldas, we will discuss what is troubling us.
Participate! Entry is free.
25 nov. | 16h