O   Duck
Wild

Tonight scream '19

Text

Henrik Ibsen

 

Translation

Gil Costa Santos and Ragnhild Marthine Bø

 

Direction

Miguel Maya
and Filipe Abreu

Interpretation

David Pereira Bastos
Filipe Abreu
José Neto
mia tome
Miguel Soups
Paula Fonseca
Paul B.
Rita Cabaço
Tomás Alves

henrik ibsen

Tonight scream
- The Wild Duck
Henrik Ibsen, Esta noite grita-se, Teatro, Cepa Torta
January 18th,
at the Trinity Theatre,
at 5:00 pm
....................................................
January 19,
at Fábrica Braço de Prata,
at 9.30 pm
....................................................
January 20th,
at the Marvila Library,
at 4:00 pm

Written in 1884, The Wild Duck is one of the most impressive plays written by the Norwegian playwright. A text of high allegorical value, it uses as its basis the story of the wild duck who, when he sees himself injured, dives into the lake and clings to the algae in the depths to die, avoiding surviving injured. It shows us a complex web of relationships between two families, and the shadow that an unresolved past casts over multifaceted characters, profound and masterfully guided through the scenes in an emotional crescendo. Ibsen masterfully explores the theme of truth and lies and how it is used in the intimate sphere. In fact, this is where the main tragic element lies: the consequences of living in a lie, or the problems of the fundamentalism of absolute truth - both can have, after all, disastrous consequences.
 

Henrik Ibsen, Esta noite grita-se, Teatro, Cepa Torta

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