Lia Rodrigues (BR)

Encantado

     
5900 HUF
4500 HUF - student, teacher, retired
Trafo passes are accepted

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Aftertalk with other members of the audience.

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Devised in the context of the sanitary crisis, Encantado, the latest creation by the Brazilian choreographer Lia Rodrigues, sets off on the trail of magic and incantation, on a quest to re-enchant the world and the body.


In Brazil, the word « encantado » has several meanings. It can be either a synonym of astonishment and wonder or qualify the effects of a magic spell, as in the French « enchanté », but it also has its own meaning in Afro-American culture. Here, it is used to designate animated entities, the « encantados », which navigate between land and sky, dunes and rocks, and which turn them into sacred places. It is these mysterious forces, intimately linked to nature, under threat in today's world, which are the inspiration behind Lia Rodrigues's Encantado, a piece which bears the hallmarks of the context in which it was created. With the Covid-19 impacting particularly heavily on Brazil, the choreographer, committed to the democratisation of art in her country, asked herself the question of how we could « enchant our fears » in order to recreate a dynamic collective and bring individuals closer together. In doing so, Encantado is an invitation to return to natural sources of strength, in search of images, landscapes and movements which – similar to the « encantados » – journey from one body to the next.

Creation: Lia Rodrigues
Danced and created in close collaboration by: Leonardo Nunes, Valentina Fittipaldi, Andrey da Silva, Larissa Lima, David Abreu, Raquel Alexandre
Also danced by: Alice Alves, Daline Ribeiro, Sanguessuga, Cayo Almeida, Vitor de Abreu
Also created by: Carolina Repetto, Joana Castro, Matheus Macena, Ricardo Xavier, Tiago Oliveira 
Choreographic Assistant: Amalia Lima
Dramaturgy: Silvia Soter
Artistic collaboration and images: Sammi Landweer
Light Design: Nicolas Boudier
Stage managers: Magali Foubert and Baptistine Méral 
Music: (from excerpts of songs of the GUARANI MBYA PEOPLE / Village of Kalipety do T.I. indigenous territory / Tenondé Porã, sung and played during the indigenous demonstration in Brasilia in August 2021 for the recognition of their ancestral lands in danger)
Mixing: Alexandre Seabra
International Booking: Colette de Turville
Production coordinator: Astrid Toledo 
Administration: Jacques Segueilla 
Production Brazil: Gabi Gonçalves/ Corpo Rastreado
Production project Goethe Institut: Claudia Oliveira
Secretary: Gloria Laureano
Teachers: Amalia Lima, Sylvia Barretto, Valentina Fittipaldi

Coproduction : Chaillot - Théâtre National de la Danse - Paris, Le CENTQUATRE - Paris/ 
Festival d’Automne à Paris / Scène nationale Carré-Colonnes, Bordeaux Métropole / 
Le TAP - Théâtre Auditorium de Poitiers / Scène nationale du Sud-Aquitain /
La Coursive, Scène nationale La Rochelle / L’Empreinte, Scène nationale Brive -Tulle / 
Théâtre d’Angoulême Scène Nationale / Le Moulin du Roc, Scène nationale à Niort / 
La Scène Nationale d’Aubusson, l’OARA - Office Artistique de la Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine/
Le Kunstenfestivaldesarts - Bruxelles, Theaterfestival - Basel, HAU Hebbel am Ufer - Berlin, 
Festival Oriente Occidente - Roveretto, Theater Freiburg, Julidans – Amsterdam, Teatro Municipal do Porto /Festival DDD - dias de dança and Lia Rodrigues Companhia de Danças, Association Lia Rodrigues-France with the support of Redes da Maré and Centro de Artes da Maré and the partners of the FONDOC (Occitanie)

The Fondation d'entreprise Hermès is the patron of Portrait Lia Rodrigues at the Festival d'Automne à Paris

 With the support of the International Relief Fund for Cultural and Educational Organizations 2021 of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut and other partners.

Prize for “Best Choreographic Performance ” 2021-2022 for “Encantado”,
awarded by the Professional Union of Theater, Music and Dance Critics.

Lia Rodrigues is an associate artist of CENTQUATRE, France.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Thérèse Barbanel, Antoine Manologlou, Maguy Marin, Eliana Souza Silva, team of the Centro de Artes da Maré

Piece dedicated to Oliver

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