O   Uncle  vanity

Tonight scream '19

Text

Anton Chekhov

 

Translation

António Pescada

Direction

Miguel Maya
and Filipe Abreu

LGP

Reading with interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language

Interpretation

Elsa Galvão
Erica Rodrigues

Filipe Abreu
Joseph Wallenstein

Nicole Damião
Nuno Nunes
Paulo Pinto
Pedro Gil
Sara Carinhas

antón chekhov

Antón Tchékhov, Esta noite grita-se, Teatro, Cepa Torta
March, 15,
at the Trinity Theatre,
at 5:00 pm
....................................................
March 16th,
at the Fábrica do Braço de Prata,
at 9.30 pm
....................................................
March 17th,
at the Marvila Library,
at 4:00 pm
Tonight scream
- Uncle Vania

This text, from 1899, centers the character of Ivan (uncle Vânia) within a family that inhabits a decaying Russian rural property at the end of the 19th century. The huge country house is the backdrop for Ivan's suffocation, frustration for a past life in which he was unable to fulfill his dreams or assert himself in the face of the facts. It projects itself in Helena's youth, an impossible passion disputed by Astrov, a doctor and friend of the family, who too is haunted by the lost past and discouragement in the face of an uncertain future. Mirroring the decadence of Russian society at the end of the century, Tchékhov comes up with a simple and uncluttered writing, which gains enormous strength when spoken on stage, translated by actors aloud.

O   Duck
Wild

Antón Tchékhov, Esta noite grita-se, Teatro, Cepa Torta

Is it over there

bilingual

One  Man
It's   a  Man

old C   in
An   Night   in  Summer

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