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Ministério da Cultura, Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, Secretaria Municipal de Cultura e Accenture apresentam

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Ministério da Cultura, Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, Secretaria Municipal de Cultura e Accenture apresentam

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Note from Sponsors Curatorial Shows Panorama Futuro Tardes no Parque HAPPENINGS/Multiplicidade Panoraminha Corpo-cópia/Library of performing rights Culture Point and Videoteque Educational Panorama Aumentado Nights @Panorama Staff Partners and support 2 4 6 27 28 32 36 40 42 42 44 45 46 49

Emilio Kalil

city’s culture secretary

Rio de Janeiro’s City Hall, through the Dance Support Fund - FADA 2012 of the City’s Culture Office, once again brings to Rio the largest dance event in Brazil nowadays: Festival Panorama. Celebrating the 21st edition, the Festival presents an intense program of national and international shows and several activities that include residencies, seminars and workshops for professionals and students, a series of works specially aimed at children and audience development initiatives for the general public. Combined with excellence and professionalism acquired over the years, the ample scope offered by the Festival renders makes it a unique moment in the city’s calendar. Recognizing the important role achieved by Festival Panorama, which perfectly complements the growing dance scene in Rio, the City’s Culture Office salutes all participants, guests and the audience for this great celebration of dance in our city.

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Festivals are, by nature, unique opportunities for encounter and exchange, among creators, from different backgrounds and lines of works, and between those artists and the audience. Fundamentally relevant in any city’s cultural calendar, these gatherings invariably bring new airs to the local scene and round up audiences, always in a healthy way. By reaching the amazing mark of 21 editions, Festival Panorama only confirms the commitment of its curatorship and a solid trajectory. The most long-lived festival in Brazil dedicated to the arts of the body, dance and performance reaches 2012 taking over Rio de Janeiro, from Zona Sul to Zona Norte, going through Centro. With a program that brings together important international artists and Brazilian companies, in an always surprising composition, Panorama has accomplished another feat: to please very diverse audiences. And more: the Festival has truly contributed to develop new audiences, with a well-established educational project through which members of social projects and students become privileged spectators of an important part of the program, besides having direct contact with the companies. Here’s an invitation for all to come watch, at Oi Futuro Flamengo, the work of Luis Garay and Cia. Buenos Aires, from Argentina, and contact Gonzo, from Japan, who spread over many parts of our cultural center, in a must-see occupation. Enjoy the festival!

Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with 257,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research in partnership with the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become highperformance businesses and governments. With the cultural project Accenture Performances, Accenture supports performances of acclaimed ballet and contemporary dance companies and large concerts of jazz, classic and popular music. The sponsorship of Festival Panorama reaffirms Accenture’s Corporate Citizenship. Besides, the initiative extends to the world of the arts the company’s corporate strategy of ensuring innovation to transform, in an ongoing evolution of results in all sectors.

Accenture

As BNDES – Brazilian Development Bank completes 60 years; it continues to act in the most different areas of Brazilian economy and to work towards sustainable development, creation of jobs and social inclusion. Besides financing projects ranging from large infrastructure constructions to small businesses, the Bank also dedicates great attention to all the different forms of expression of Brazilian culture. Aware that the culture and entertainment sector is currently one of the most dynamic in world economy and essential to the consolidation of a country’s identity, BNDES continuously invests in film, music, literature and dance projects and in different cultural enterprises. The sponsorship of Festival Panorama, one of the most important platforms for contemporary dance in Brazil, is an initiative that contributes to spread the work of national and international dance companies, promote debates about this form of artistic expression and develop new audiences. BNDES is proud to be a partner of the project since 2008 and to contribute to bring this elaborate portrait of Brazilian and international contemporary dance to the public.

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Being together. Remembering together. Working together.

To reach 21, in life and in a festival, means to come of age. The learning process that paves the way is a long one, but the horizon of what remains to be done is even greater. Reinventing models, rethinking ways to act upon the world and finding connections is what makes an encounter such as Festival Panorama necessary, as it has been since 1992. This year, in a social and urban context of extreme changes in Rio de Janeiro, we want to think along two guidelines that seem urgent for art - and life - in Rio. One is the meaning of the word community. The other is how our memory can activate the present. Beyond these outlines, the Festival widens its field of action, incorporating music and audio-visual as growing parts of its landscape. Being together, understanding that the common ground is made of multiplicity. Few artistic areas have been so preoccupied with issues regarding collectivism and decisions made jointly as dance and the arts of the body. This year, in over 12 venues occupied by the Festival from November 2nd to 18th in several neighborhoods, the issue resurfaces in many perspectives. From the micro-community of 100 cariocas with different occupations in Atlas, to the upside-down resistance of 50 cariocas who will spread over Parque Lage for Plantação/Árvores, or the 40 men who will occupy Campo de Santana in Melt Down. The popular circles as society’s engines appear in Cribles, while the collective power is the starting point of De repente tudo fica preto de gente. Many other communities are intertwined in the program. The 50 Latin-American creators in the STILL_MÓVIL exhibition or those who whisper amidst the trees in World of Interiors at Parque Lage, among many others. A second possible path for Panorama 2012 crosses time and memory to discuss what can be documented. The touching installation WE SEE FIREWORKS surrounds us with memories of other scenes and infinite possibilities. histoire(s) makes dramaturgic archeology to revive Roland Petit’s iconic ballet, about which there are no records but the

recollections of those who watched it live. Trajal Harrel mixes the notions of authenticity and the world of pop in a series of studies that create a hypothetical bridge between the voguing scene in Harlem and post-modern dance in New York City in the 60’s and 70’s. From the suburbs of Rio, the emotional and familiar memories of the Portuguese and their folkloric ranches fill the stage of Panorama in A Viagem. The music of an old ballet, conceived for other movements today, irradiates questions in the powerful choreography of A Ballet Story. In a bridge across the Atlantic that started in 2000 between Panorama and the festival then called Danças na Cidade (now called Alkantara), this year, the Portuguese are the highlights, within the Year of Portugal in Brazil ‘s official program. In another bridge over the ocean, connecting Panorama and the British experimental scene since 2002, a selection of artists based in the United Kingdom lands in Rio with the project Transform. For the third time, Panorama occupies the border between the arts of the body and the visual arts; spreading over the beautiful Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage, this time, with the premiere of four pieces co-produced by the Festival with the support of Funarte and Funarj - Rio de Janeiro Culture Office. In a year of clear expansion of boundaries, Panorama asserts itself as the largest contemporary art festival in the city and welcomes within the program its loud and innovative cousin, the HAPPENINGS, curated by Batman Zavareze. Sound installations, musical performances and many surprises occupy Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica. Panorama reaches 2012 as world-renowned international festival, with Rio de Janeiro as backdrop and inspiration. A great interdisciplinary journey that lasts 17 days for the audience and 12 months of bridges and stitches between artists, public administrators, sponsors and a huge crew and network of partners who are our daily and closest community. We are together. Working together.

Nayse López, Eduardo Bonito & Catarina Saraiva
directors

© João Peixoto

Filipa Francisco

A viagem
Filipa Francisco
portugal

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TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO

02 & 03 NOV
20h | 19h » 60min
www.materiaisdiversos.com

A viagem reveals how Portuguese cultural expressions emerge in modern times, giving rise to new meanings. The work is an interpretation of everyday history and the influence of Portuguese dance and Portuguese music in Brazilian culture, based on Felipa’s residency with her collaborators from Rancho Folclórico Casa de Viseu in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro. A viagem had its worldwide premiere at Guimarães 2012 – Capital Europeia da Cultura/Fundação Cidade Guimarães and has toured in many countries. Filipa Francisco is part of Portuguese cultural association Materiais Diversos and has studied at the Escola Superior de Dança, the Trisha Brown Dance Company and the Lee Strasberg Institute. Since 2000, she has been creating choreographies that were staged in several countries. She coordinated the dance training and creation project NU KRE BAI BU ONDA, in Lisbon, between 2007-2008. In 2005-2006, she was part of Encontros, an innovative collaborative project linking Portuguese dance and performance, presented by Panorama and alkantara festival.

THIS PROJECT IS PART OF THE YEAR OF PORTUGAL IN BRAZIL.

Concept and artistic direction: Filipa Francisco Artistic direction assistant: Pietro Romani Performance: Antonia Buresi, David Marques and members of Rancho Folclórico Casa de Viseu Music director and original music: António Pedro Musicians: António Pedro and Tocata do Rancho Folclórico Casa de Viseu Costumes: Ainhoa Vidal Lighting design and technical direction: Mafalda Oliveira Sound design: Ricardo Figueiredo Production and diffusion: Materiais Diversos Coproduction: Mundo em Reboliço, Festival Materiais Diversos, Guimarães 2012 – Capital Europeia da Cultura/Fundação Cidade Guimarães and Teatro Virgínia Acknowledgment: alkantara festival, RE.AL, Rancho Folclórico “Os Camponeses” de Riachos, Grupo Folclórico da Corredoura, Os Malmequeres de Lourosa, Rancho Folclórico e Etnográfico de Terras de Santa Maria and Gefac Sponsorship: Portuguese Government/ Secretary of State for Culture – Directorate-General for the Arts (DGArtes) Tour support: Portuguese Government/ Secretary of State for Culture – Directorate-General for the Arts (DGArtes)
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A ballet story
Victor Hugo Pontes
portugal

Victor Hugo Pontes
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A ballet story is based on David Chesky’s ballet Zephyrtin. However, it is neither a theatrical representation nor an illustration of the original story, but rather an experiment on abstraction following movements of the bodies in space, in connection with the music. Whether the story is adjusted to the music or the dance is adjusted to the story is never clear. The construction of the narrative is up to each spectator. Since 2009, Victor Hugo Pontes has been the Director of Associação Nome Próprio, in Porto. With a degree in visual arts and painting from Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto, he works as an actor, set designer, choreographer, performer and teacher in countries such as Austria, Belgium, Spain, France, Italy, Russia and Brazil.

TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO

09 & 10 NOV
19h » 70min
www.victorhugopontes.blogspot.com.br

THIS PROJECT IS PART OF THE YEAR OF PORTUGAL IN BRAZIL.

Artistic direction: Victor Hugo Pontes Music: David Chesky Music version: Fundação Orquestra Estúdio, directed by Maestro Rui Massena Set design: F. Ribeiro Technical direction and lighting design: Wilma Moutinho Performers: André Mendes, Elisabete Magalhães, João Dias, Liliana Garcia, Ricardo Pereira, Valter Fernandes and Vítor Kpez Costumes: Victor Hugo Pontes Video documentation: Eva Ângelo Photography: Susana Neves Executive production: Joana Ventura Co-production: Nome Próprio/Guimarães 2012 – Capital Europeia da Cultura Acknowledgment: Madalena Alfaia and Vera Santos Support: Ao Cabo Teatro, Ginasiano Escola de Dança and Lugar Instável Santos. Tour Support: Directorate-General for the Arts (DGArtes) – Portugal
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© Suzana Neves

Divulgação

Ana Borralho & João Galante
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World of interiors
Ana Borralho & João Galante
portugal

ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

03 & 04 NOV
17h » 120min
www.casabranca-ac.com This presentation is part of the Tardes no Parque project (see page 28)

World of interiors is a performance/installation that confronts the audience with a disturbing image: people lying on the ground, with eyes closed, supposedly motionless. The audience may go in and out of the performance whenever they like and must approach the performers to share their inner world and hear them whisper the text written by dramatist Rodrigo Garcia. Ana Borralho and João Galante are actors, performers and cocreators. They have been working together since 2002, developing projects that revolve around choreographic installation and theater, as well as other formats. The pair created the non-musicians band Jimmie Durham and Associação casaBranca. In 2005-2006, they were part of Encontros, an innovative collaborative project linking Portuguese dance and performance, presented by Panorama and alkantara festival.

THIS PROJECT IS PART OF THE YEAR OF PORTUGAL IN BRAZIL.

Concept, artistic direction, scenic space and lighting: Ana Borralho & João Galante Text: based on fragments of Rodrigo Garcia’s theatrical work Translation and dramaturgic collaboration: Tiago Rodrigues Artistic counseling: Fernando Ribeiro Lighting consulting: Thomas Walgrave Executive production: Ana Borralho, Mónica Samões and Míriam Vale Production: casaBranca Co-production: alkantara festival 2010, Museu Colecção Berardo, Útero/Espaço Land and Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers (CNDC) Support: Atelier Real, Grande Cena, IEFP, JGM, VôArte, Centro de Reabilitação e Paralisia Cerebral Calouste Gulbenkian and TNT/Manufacture de Chaussures-Bordeaux Acknowledgment: Alexia Larrarté, Ana Margarida Carvalho, Antonia Buresi, Carlos Marquerie, Flávio Rodrigues, Lara Pires, Marie Mignot, Mateo Feijóo, Núcleo de Experimentação Coreográfica (NEC), Pedro Joel, Rodrigo Garcia, Roman Perona, Vera Rocha, Walter Lauterer and all the performers who participated in the many phases of the project Artistic residency: CNDC casaBranca is a structure financed by Ministry of Culture/DGArtes Support for the Premiere Départs and Culture Programme of the European Union
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Atlas
Ana Borralho & João Galante
portugal

Atlas is the result of Ana Borralho and João Galante’s residency in Rio de Janeiro. The piece brings together a hundred people with different occupations who meet on stage to give life to the performance. Each one states their occupation and reveals the job they are doing at the moment. Atlas is a protest, a party, an employment line, a social portrait of the residents of a mutating city. In each city the show is presented, submissions are opened to select people/performers among the local communities for the Atlas performance. In the case of Rio de Janeiro, the call-for-entries searched for 100 people/performers with or without performing experience. The process took place through Festival Panorama’s website and social networks. Any profession/occupation in society was accepted: the unemployed, prostitutes, housewives, pensioners, students, fortune-tellers, politicians, etc.

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TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES

11 & 12 NOV
20h30 » 60min
anaborralhojoaogalante.weebly.com

THIS PROJECT IS PART OF THE YEAR OF PORTUGAL IN BRAZIL.

Concept, lighting and artistic direction: Ana Borralho & João Galante Lighting consulting: Thomas Walgrave Sound: Coolgate Dramaturgic collaboration: Fernando Ribeiro and Rui Catalão Artistic collaboration and group coordinators: Cátia Leitão (Alface), Tiago Gandra and two local collaborators Executive Production: Ana Borralho and Mónica Samões Production: casaBranca Co-production: Maria Matos Teatro Municipal Artistic residency: Atelier REAL and alkantara festival Support: Junta de Freguesia de Santos-o-Velho casaBranca is a structure financed by the Secretary of State for Culture/DGArtes.
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© Vasco Célio

© Chris Van der Burght

Meg Stuart

VIOLET
Meg Stuart | Damaged Goods
usa | belgium | germany

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TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES

08 NOV
20h30 » 80min
www.damagedgoods.be

It starts with minimal movements: twitching fingers and slowly circling shoulders. With the musician Brendan Dougherty’s surging feedback loops, the movements expand like a wave, creating a whirlwind of energetic patterns. The piece marks the return of American choreographer Meg Stuart to movement research as a primary motor of creation. Meg Stuart is one of the most important dance artists of the 20th century. She created Damaged Goods, with which she created more than 20 works, among solos and large-scale choreographies. Her work travelled throughout the world, but has never been presented in Rio de Janeiro, where the artist has carried out workshops and residencies. She received several awards, such as the Bessie Award and the Flemish Culture Prize.

Choreography: Meg Stuart Creation and performance: Alexander Baczynski-Jenkins, Varinia Canto Vila, Adam Linder, Kotomi Nishiwaki, Roger Sala Reyner Performers in Brazil: Varinia Canto Vila, Roger Sala Reyner, Marcio Kerber Canabarro, Todd McQuade, Laurie Young Live music: Brendan Dougherty Dramaturgy: Myriam Van Imschoot Set design: Janina Audick Lighting design: Jan Maertens Costumes: Nina Kroschinske Technical director: Oliver Houttekiet Sound technician: Roy Carroll Lighting technician: Frank Laubenheimer Production manager: Eline Verzelen Set design assistant: Julia Kneusels Costumes assistant: Nina Witkiewicz Production assistant: Mira Moschallski Acknowledgment: Ulrike Bodammer, Eric Andrew Green, Claudia Hill, Leyla Postalcioglu, Anna-Luise Recke, Annegret Riediger, Jozef Wouters Production: Damaged Goods (Brussels) Co-production: PACT Zollverein (Essen), Festival d’Avignon (Avignon), Festival d’Automne à Paris (Paris), Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris), La Bâtie-Festival de Genève (Geneva), Kaaitheater (Brussels) Collaboration: RADIALSYSTEM V and Uferstudios (Berlin) Special support: Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Berlim) Sponsorship: Flemish authorities and Flemish Community Commission (Meg Stuart/ Damaged Goods) Tour Support: Goethe Institut Partners in the tour: SESC SP, FID – International Dance Forum – Belo Horizonte
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the fault lines
Meg Stuart | Philipp Gehmacher | Vladimir Miller | Damage Goods & Mumbling Fish
eua | austria | germany

Two bodies manipulate and adjust themselves. As they look at each other in the right direction, they become fascinated by their vulnerabilities. What started with physical interaction and intense movements subtly turns into a mysterious and fascinating video installation. This work renews the choreographic partnership between Meg Stuart and Philipp Gehmacher that started with the worldwide success Maybe Forever and marks the arrival of visual artist Vladimir Miller in the creative process. Philipp Gehmacher received the Bonnie Bird New Choreography Award, in 2000, and the prestigious Jerwood Choreography Award two years later. He was the first dance artist to be awarded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture, in 2009. In the following year, he premiered In Their Name at Festival Steirischer Herbst. Vladimir Miller lives between Berlin and Vienna, researching space, relationships and perception in visual arts. He created the video installations Dead Reckoning (2009) and At Arm’s Length (2010) with Philipp Gehmacher.

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CENTRO MUNICIPAL DE ARTE HÉLIO OITICICA

09 & 10 NOV
17h + 20h » 45min
www.philippgehmacher.net

Creation: Philipp Gehmacher, Vladimir Miller and Meg Stuart Lighting: Jan Maertens Sound: Vincent Malstaf Costumes: Nina Gundlach Lighting technician: Dominique Pollet Sound technician: Oliver Houttekiet Creation assistant: Philipp Hochleichter Set design assistant: Ania Pas Production: Damaged Goods (Brussels), Mumbling Fish (Vienna) Co-production: szene salzburg (Salzburg) Support: Flemish authorities and Flemish Community Commission (Meg Stuart and Damaged Goods) and Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of Vienna (Philipp Gehmacher and Mumbling Fish). Tour Support: Goethe Institut and the Austrian Embassy in Brazil. Partners in the tour: FID - International Dance Forum - Belo Horizonte.
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© Nina Gundlach

© Jell Carone

Marcelo Evelin

De repente fica tudo preto de gente
Marcelo Evelin | demolition inc.
brazil | netherlands

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ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO

04 & 05 NOV
21h » 60min
marceloevelin.wordpress.com Worldwide Premiere / Panorama Co-production

De repente fica tudo preto de gente is a dialogue between Brazilian choreographer Marcelo Evelin, five performers and the audience. Based on the ideas about crowds developed by writer Elias Canetti in the book Crowds and Power, the metaphor of multitudes as a place for individual freedom emerges as the different parts of the piece come together. “The crowd, suddenly there where there was nothing before, is a mysterious and universal phenomenon. A few people may have been standing together – five, ten or twelve, not more; nothing has been announced, nothing is expected. Suddenly everywhere is black with people”, writes Canneti. Marcelo Evelin is a choreographer, researcher and performer. He lives in Europe since 1986, where he works on dance and physical theatre with professionals from different countries, backgrounds and art forms (music, video installation and performance). In 2006, he created Núcleo do Dirceu, in Teresina, Piauí, and has coordinated the group since then.

De repente fica tudo preto de gente is Andrez Lean Ghizze, Daniel Barra, Elielson Pacheco, Hitomi Nagasu, Jell Carone, Loes Van der Pligt, Marcelo Evelin, Regina Veloso, Rosângela Sulidade, Tamar Blom and Wilfred Loopstra Co-production: Festival Panorama (Brazil), Kyoto Experiment with the support of Saison Foundation (Japan) and Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Belgium) Support: Theater Instituut Nederland (TIN) and Performing Arts Fund NL Acknowlegment: Projeto LOTE 24h/ Cristian Duarte, Theater Scholl Amsterdã and Núcleo do Dirceu This project was awarded by Fundação Nacional de Artes - Funarte with Prêmio Funarte de Dança Klauss Vianna 2011.
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histoire(s)
Olga de Soto
belgium | spain

Olga de Soto

histoire(s) premiered in 2004 at KunstenFestivaldesArts, in Brussels, as a tribute to Roland Petit’s ballet Le jeune homme et la mort. In order to create the piece, Olga de Soto turned to the memory of spectators who watched the 1946 original staging at Théâtre des ChampsElysées, in Paris. With the forgotten emotions that emerged during the interviews, she defined the essential elements of the performance. Olga de Soto is a dancer and researcher. She lives and works between Brussels and Madrid. She made her debut as a choreographer with Patios, in 1992, at Festival Bellone-Brigittines, in Brussels. Since then, she has been researching issues of perception and transmission and creating works by herself and in collaboration with other artists.

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TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES

03 NOV
20h » 75min

Concept, direction and choreography: Olga de Soto Creation: Vincent Druguet and Olga de Soto Performers: Cyril Accorsi and Olga de Soto Video, camera, sound: Olga de Soto Witnesses: (in order of appearance) Micheline Hesse, Suzanne Batbedat, Robert Genin, Brigitte Evellin, Julien Pley, Françoise Olivaux, Olivier Merlin and Frédéric Stern Video editing: Montxo de Soto and Olga de Soto Music: (in the order they are played) J.S. Bach (works for piano), Sarabande de la suite anglaise n.2 BWV 807, Sarabande de la suite anglaise n.5 BWV 810, Passacaglia in C minor BWV 852 (transcription for piano), played by Angela Hewitt, CDA67309 & CDA67451/2, Hyperion Records Ltd. London Set design: Thibault Vancraenenbroeck Lighting design: Henri-Emmanuel Doublier Lighting technician: Geni Diez Video technician: Bram Moriau Overall direction: Christophe Gualde Co-production: NIELS (Brussels), KunstenfestivaldesArts (Brussels) and Centre National de la Danse (Pantin) with the support of COM4 HD- Madrid et de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles Distribution: Caravan Production, Brussels Acknowledgment: Catherine Alvès, Odette Aslan, Michèle Bargues, Suzanne Batbedat, Pierre Caizergues, Jean-Jacques Chabut, Sybille Cornet, Cécile Coutin et Simone Drouin (Département des Arts du Spectacle de la Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal – Paris), Eugénie De Mey, François Deppe, Ramón de Soto, Eliane Dheygere, Brigitte Evellin, Dominique Frétard, Robert Genin, Carlos González, Pierre Gufflet, Manuela Gutiérrez, Micheline Hesse, Colin Legras, Francis Lepigeon, Olivier Merlin, Nadine vzw – Bruxelles, Stéphane Noël, Françoise Olivaux, Jean Robin, Frédéric Stern, Superamas, Théâtre de la Balsamine, Michel Troadec, Georges Alexander Van Dam, Gaëtan van den Berg, Marie-Christine Vernay et Christophe Wavelet, Marc Bouteiller, Nathalie Collantès, Hyperion Records Ltd, Olivier Hespel, Jorge León, Manuela Gutiérrez, Luis Sanz, Olivier Tiremarche, Grégoire Romefort and Antón Support for the tour: Wbi Wallonie-Bruxelles International (WBI) and WBT/D Partner in the tour: SESC SP
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© Dolores Marat

© Antoine Tempé

Trajal Harrell
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Twenty looks or Paris is burning at the Judson Church
Trajal Harrell
usa

(XS) TEATRO MUNICIPAL CAFÉ PEQUENO

03 & 04 NOV
14h, 16h, 18h » 25min

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(S) LARGO DAS ARTES

05 NOV
18h » 70min

(XS) and (S) are three of the five models in the series Twenty Looks or Paris Is Burning at the Judson Church, which provokes the audience with the following question: what would have happened in 1963 if someone from the voguing ball scene in Harlem had come downtown to perform alongside the early postmoderns at Judson Church? (XS) is a 25-minute solo made for an audience of up to 25 people. An intimate revealing piece dealing with an artist and his background. The audience becomes witness to a small performing gem. (S) is a manifesto about the codes of movements that shape the pop universe. The solo reveals a critical observation of the aesthetics of postmodern dance since the Judson Church era, incorporating the voguing scene and discussing concepts of authenticity and naturalness. Trajal Harell is a dancer and choreographer born in Georgia, but his career and New York City are inseparable. He was a resident artist at The White Oak Residency and Dance Center, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Movement Research, Bennington College, CDC Toulouse, ICA Boston, PACT Zollverein and Workspace Brussels.

(XS) - Choreography and dance: Trajal Harrell Lighting: Stefané Perraud and Trajal Harrell Co-production: Skite 2010 and The Kitchen (New York) Support: James E. Robison Foundation and Alfred Meyer Foundation (S) - Choreography and dance: Trajal Harrell Dramatist: Gérard Mayen Dramatist assistant: Moriah Evans Sound design: Trajal Harrell Soundtrack: “for Alan Turning”, by Robin Meier, and “Again Free”, by Imani Uzuri, among others Costumes: Michael Ventolo and Trajal Harrell Set design: Trajal Harrell Visual art: Franklin Evans Co-production: Workspace Brussels/Working Title Festival, Danspace Project, The New Museum, Crossing the Line Festival 2009 Sponsorship: Danspace Project Commissioning Initiative Support: Jerome Foundation, The Map Fund/Rockefeller Foundation, The Alfred Meyer Foundation and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Residency support: Workspace Brussels and Tanzhaus Düsseldorf
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(M)imosa
Trajal Harrell, Cecilia Bengolea, François Chaignaud e Marlene Monteiro Freitas
usa | argentina | france | cape verde

(M)imosa is a choreographic collaboration between Trajal Harrell, Cecilia Bengolea, François Chaignaud and Marlene Monteiro Freitas. The average format of the series is undefined, something along the lines of choreography, karaoke and a game of masks. Inspired by Paris Is Burning, a documentary about voguing, and by creative collaboration, the co-creators experience and share the distance between them and their sources of inspiration. Cecilia Bengolea studied Art History in Buenos Aires. In 2004, she attended Exerce, Mathilde Monnier’s research program, in Montpellier. Along with François Chaignaud, she created Paquerette (2005-08), Sylphides (2009), Castor & Pollux and Free Dance (2010). François Chaignaud attended the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse (CNSM), in Paris. Since his graduation as a dancer in 2002, he has worked with choreographers Boris Chamartz, Emmanuelle Huynh, Gilles Jobin, Tiago Guedes and Alain Buffard. As a history researcher, he published L’affaire Berger-Levrault – Les féminismes à l’épreuve (2009), a book about feminism in France. Marlene Monteiro Freitas co-founded the dance group Compass, in Cape Verde. She created solos and pieces, such as Uns e outros (2008), A seriedade do animal (2009-10) and Guintche (2010). She’s a member of the collective Bomba Suicida, based in Lisbon, and regularly works with Emmanuelle Huynh, Loic Touzé, Tânia Carvalho and Boris Charmatz.

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CAIXA CULTURAL TEATRO NELSON RODRIGUES

07 & 08 NOV
19h » 105min
betatrajal.org

Concept and performance: Cecilia Bengolea, François Chaignaud, Marlene Monteiro Freitas, Trajal Harrell Lighting design: Yannick Fouassier Production: Vlovajob Pru (Paris) Co-production: Le Quartz, Scène Nationale de Brest; Théâtre National de Chaillot (Paris); Centre de Développement Chorégraphique (Toulouse); The Kitchen (New York); Bomba Suicida (Lisbon); MC-DGArtes (Portugal); FUSED, French US Exchange in Dance Support: Ménagerie de Verre, Paris; Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York Sponsorship: DRAC Poitou-Charentes and Institut Français Tour Support: Institut Français and Consulate General of France Partner in the tour: SESC SP
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© M. Domage

Emmanuelle Huynh

Cribles/Live
Emmanuelle Huynh
france

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TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO

06 NOV
19h » 60min

Do we see music or hear dance? Cribles/Live is an invitation to look at the circle, a simple ritualistic formation, and realize how it sparks our memories. The ancient children’s dance form is a vehicle for celebration, wedding and war dances, marches, movements in unison. The work is about creating a shared ritual. Brazilian musicians play the musical score created by Iannis Xenakis at the same time they circle around the stage, surrounding the dancers and the audience. Emanuelle Huynh is one of the most important names in French dance. Since 2004, she directs the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine (CNDC), in Angers. In 2009, with the creation of Cribles, she started to research a new relationship between music and the creative process of choreography.

Concept/dancers: Jérôme Andrieu, Yaïr Barelli, Nuno Bizarro, Marlène Monteiro Freitas, Aline Landreau, Johann Nohles, Ayse Orhon, Marie Orts and Betty Tchomanga Music: Iannis Xenakis (Persephassa) Music played by Grupo de Percussão da UFMG (Musical Direction: Fernando Rocha; with Breno Bragança, Felipe Kneipp, Henrique Edwin, José Henrique Viana and Natália Mitre) Special participation: Jean-Baptiste Couturier / Percussions Rhizome Assistant: Pascal Queneau Lighting: Yannick Fouassier Costumes: Michèle Amet Acknowledgment: Geneviève Verseau Production: Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers Co-production: Festival Montpellier Danse 2009 Support: Workshops Department of the City of Angers and Institut Français Tour Support: Institut Français and General Consulate of France Partners in the tour: International Dance Festival of Recife and FID - International Dance Forum - Belo Horizonte.
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Múa
Emmanuelle Huynh
france

Múa plays with darkness/light, silence/music, dance/stillness. The piece was created after three powerful experiences Emmanuelle Huynh went trough. The first was being immersed in complete darkness, as proposed by Michel Reilhac in Dark noir, at vidéothèque de Paris, allowing her to sharpen her other senses. The second was improvising performances with eyes closed. The third was to make a residency in Vietnam, her parents’ birthplace. Múa is about moving inside oneself and out into the world.

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TEATRO GLÁUCIO GILL

08 NOV
18h + 20h » 30min
www.cndc.fr

Concept: Emmanuelle Huynh Form for immobility: Emmanuelle Huynh Darkness: Yves Godin Silence: Yves Godin Transparency: Christian Rizzo Cello: Fabrice Bihan Production: Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers Production: Compagnie Múa and Théâtre Contemporain de la Danse Support for the tour: Institut Français and General Consulate of France Partner for the tour: International Dance Festival of Recife and FID - International Dance Forum - Belo Horizonte.
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Divulgação

© Eduardo Alcon Quintanilha

Luis Garay | Cia Buenos Aires
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Maneries
Luis Garay | Cia Buenos Aires
argentina

OI FUTURO FLAMENGO

06, 07 & 08 NOV
20h » 70min

Maneries deal with the body as linguistic material. Using iconic, motivated and arbitrary symbols, the performer creates a series of challenges to test his limits, his actual ability. A journey marked by the experience of time and by experiences that bestow upon the body the role of producer and receiver of potential meanings. Since 1999, Luis Garay and Cia de Buenos have developed a thorough formal work about the body, in which they question forms of scenic representation. Among other pieces, Garay developed Hay en mi formas extrañas, Maya, Ouroboro and The Divine Comedy.

Concept and direction: Luis Garay Co-production: Internationalle Musikfesttage Martinu B (Switzerland) Performer: Florencia Vecino Original and live music: Mauro AP Lighting design: Eduardo Maggiolo Subsidy for creation: Prodanza Support: Porto a Solo, Portugal Partners in the tour: Festival Contemporâneo de São Paulo
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This is concrete
Jefta van Dinther & Thiago Granato
netherlands | sweden | germany | brazil

This is concrete slowly shows two male bodies interacting, while testing their limits. Amidst shadows and stunning sound beats, they have a sedative sexual experience. Speaking becomes eating, having sex becomes dancing and symbiosis becomes parasitism. The piece is a Festival Panorama co-production, with the support of Dutch platform Central de Cultura. Jefta van Dinther lives and works between Amsterdam, Stockholm and Berlin. His works include IT’S IN THE AIR, a partnership with Mette Ingvartsen, and The Way Things Go (2009); Kneeding (2010); GRIND (2011), in collaboration with designers Minna Tiikkainen (light) and David Kiers (sound); The Blanket Dance (2011), in collaboration with Frederic Gies and DD Dorvillier. Thiago Granato lives between Brazil, France and Germany. He worked as a performer and a choreographer with Lia Rodrigues, Adriana Grechi, João Saldanha, Cristina Moura, Mathilde Monnier, Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud. He developed works such as Plano B, a collaboration with Cristian Duarte, and We Are Not Superficial, We Love Penetration, both in 2008, and Tombo (2009), with Cristian Duarte and Thelma Bonavita. He is developing the choreographic project Basement with Sandro Amaral.

Jefta van Dinther & Thiago Granato

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ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO

07 & 08 NOV
21h30 » 60min
www.jeftavandinther.com Panorama Co-production

Choreography and dance: Jefta van Dinther and Thiago Granato Lighting design: Jan Fedinger Sound design: David Kiers Production director: Emelie Bergbohm Production: Jefta van Dinther – Sure Basic and Thiago Granato Executive production: Interim kultur Sweden and Sure Basic – The Netherlands Co-production: PACT Zollverein, Grand Theatre Groningen, Panorama Festival and Fabrik Potsdam / Étape Danse. Sponsorship: Swedish Arts Council, Swedish Arts Grants Committee, City of Stockholm and Fonds Podiumkunsten The Netherlands Support: CNDC Partner in the tour: Festival Contemporâneo de São Paulo
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© Ivo Hofste

© Liuz LA

Alice Ripoll

Katana
Cia R.E.C. | Alice Ripoll
brazil, rio de janeiro

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TEATRO GLÁUCIO GILL

10 & 11 NOV
19h » 40min TEATRO ARMANDO GONZAGA

16 & 17 NOV
20h » 40min
Premiere / Panorama Co-production

Superpowers, challenges, attack, defense and meditation; Eastern philosophy and guerrilla. These are the elements that set the mood for the latest research of Cia R.E.C, Katana, which deals with the universe of their heroes. Their references include both a fictitious world anime, comics and games - and a real one, with the real life characters that inspire the group. Imagination is on the loose: Ninjas, samurai, Brazilian rappers MV Bill and Emicida and each one of us. Nothing could be more human. Cia R.E.C. – Reação em Cadeia was created two years ago. The company directed by Alice Ripoll is composed by performers-creators Alan Ferreira, Alex Tavares, Erick Nery, Leandro Coala and Luiz LA. Their previous work, Cornaca, was directed by Alice and choreographer Juliana Medella and premiered at Festival Panorama in 2010.

Direction: Alice Ripoll Creation and performance: Alan Ferreira, Alex Tavares, Erick Nery, Leandro Coala and Liuz LA Assistant director: Anita Tandeta Lighting Design: Leandro Barreto Costume consulting: Paula Ströher Illustrations: Liuz LA Acknowledgement: Diana De Rose, Diogo Oliveira and Valdeci Clemente Support: Centro Coreográfico do Rio de Janeiro, Associação Cultural Roda Viva and Rafael Machado Fisioterapia
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Solo(s)
Izabel Stewart e Tana Guimarães
brazil, belo horizonte

Solo(s) deals with two possibilities for the word “solo” in Portuguese. As a noun, it means ground, referring to space. As an adjective, it carries the idea of being unaccompanied, lonely. The piece is a choreographic installation created by Izabel Stewart and Tana Guimarães, two independent artists who decided to work in partnership. Izabel Stewart started her career in Rio de Janeiro during the 90’s. She currently lives in Belo Horizonte, where she works with independent artists such as Dudude Herrmann, Marcelo Kraiser and Paola Rettore. Tana Guimarães is a dancer and visual artist. She participated in the following works of Cia Suspensa: Pouco acima, Alpendre and De peixes e pássaros, and in the researches (both awarded by Rumos Itaú Cultural), Objeto de voo and Sem os pés no chão.

Izabel Stewart & Tana Guimarães
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ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO

10 & 11 NOV
21h » 30min
solosart.wordpress.com

Concept/performance: Izabel Stewart and Tana Guimarães Video: Xande Pires Music: Kristoff Silva Set Design: Joana Sanglard Lighting: João Saldanha and Jésus Lataliza Production: Mariana Maioline and Elias Gibran Accountant: Silvia Batista Costumes: Izabel Stewart and Tana Guimarães Acknowledgement: João Saldanha, Espaço Estufa (Carol e Luis Felipe), Quick Cia de Dança, Paola Rettore, Gabriela Christófaro, Rosa Hercoles, Cia Suspensa and ONG Primo
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Divulgação

contact Gonzo
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Untitled movements with a drummer & untitled movements
contact Gonzo: Yuya Tsukahara, Keigo Mikajiri, Yu Kanai, Takuya Matusmi, Masakazu Kobayashi
japan

OI FUTURO FLAMENGO

08 & 09 NOV
18h » 40min ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

10 & 11 NOV
16h » 40min ESTAÇÃO CARIOCA DO METRÔ

12 NOV
12h + 15h » 20min
In case of rain the presentation at Oi Futuro will be cancelled

contact Gonzo is a company from Osaka, Japan, that combines contact improvisation references with Hunter S. Thompson’s gonzo aesthetics. They disperse and occupy public buildings, theaters, museums and alleys around the world, with performances that may seem either an exchange of slaps or a sophisticated dance. Besides being a company directed by Yukako Ogura, contact GONZO is also a method developed and named by dancers Yu Kakio and Yuya Tsukahara in 2006. Besides urban interventions, they also work on installations, videos and photography. In 2009, they received the Yoshihara Jiro Memorial Visual Arts prize and in 2011, they travelled the world with performances in Slovenia, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Hungary, among other countries.

Tour Support: Japan Foundation
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Japan syndrome step 2 – Inside the ball
Tadasu Takamine
japan

Tadasu Takamine

Tadasu Takamine investigates differences between Brazilian and Japanese culture in Japan syndrome step 2 – Inside the ball, a work based on a video installation created in 2011, during a residency in Brazil. Tadasu Takamine developed the scenic phase of this research in another residency, this time in Kyoto, Japan, along with Brazilian artists Georgia Conceição and Layane de Hollanda. Tadasu Takamine works between performance and video installation. He became known for dealing with controversial issues, such as American colonialism, sexuality, foreigners living in Japan and immigrant workers. His work addresses through the body ideas about nationality, gender and language.

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TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO

13 & 14 NOV
19h » 60min
kyoto-ex.jp Panorama Co-production

Concept and direction: Tadasu Takamine Cast: Giorgia Conceição, Layane Holanda and Yuka Kobayashi Stage Direction: Masaya Natsume Lighting: Yasuhiro Fujiwara, Rie Uomori Sound: Manabu Saito Technician: KIMURA (pandeiro) Production manager: Yoko Kawasaki (Kyoto Art Center) Produced and presented by KYOTO EXPERIMENT Co-production: Festival Panorama Sponsorship: The Saison Foundation Support for the tour: Japan Foundation
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Divulgação

© Antoine Tempé

Maria Hassabi & Robert Steijn

Robert and Maria
Maria Hassabi & Robert Steijn
usa

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ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO

13 & 14 NOV
21h » 60min
www.mariahassabi.com

“You dance inside my chest where no one sees you, but sometimes I do, and this sight makes our dance.” In Robert and Maria, Maria Hassabi asks her partner, dramatist Robert Steijn, to look into her eyes. This simple and powerful action keeps them connected. The close attention to each glimpse, sigh and movement creates a hypnotic reality and reveals psychological stages and sculptural entities. Robert and Maria premiered in 2010 at the Danspace Project, in New York, within the I Get Lost platform, curated by Ralph Lemon. Maria Hassabi lives in New York, where she works as a choreographer and performer. In 2011, she created Show, as a development of the works SoloShow and Solo, both from 2009. Robert Steijn uses silence as a tool to communicate with the audience. He teaches at the School for New Dance Development, in Amsterdam, and at P.A.R.T.S., in Brussels. In collaboration with several artist collectives, he writes and directs plays.

Creation and performance: Maria Hassabi and Robert Steijn Lighting design: Ji-youn Chang and Maria Hassabi Sponsorship: Danspace Project Commissioning Support: Netherlands Consulate General in New York Residency support: DANSLAB, Den Haag in the Netherlands and Pa-f, St Erme, France Partners in the tour: Festival Contemporâneo de São Paulo
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Carta de amor ao inimigo
Grupo Cena 11 Cia. de Dança
brazil, santa catarina

Carta de amor ao inimigo is a result of collective situations involving dancers, choreographic devices and vectors that move the body. Being someone else and being many to escape the withdrawal that unveils encounters and accepts failure. Adapting oneself is a force of beauty, a remote deliberation from acknowledgment to the unexpected. Cena 11, one of the most important Brazilian dance companies, is directed by Alejandro Ahmed and based in Florianópolis (SC). Its recent production includes works in different formats, such as Pequenas frestas de ficção sobre realidade insistente (2007), Embodied Voodoo Game (2010), and Guia de Idéias Correlatas (2011), an ensemble of scenes from previous works. All were presented at Festival Panorama.

Grupo Cena 11 Cia. de Dança
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CAIXA CULTURAL TEATRO NELSON RODRIGUES

17 & 18 NOV
19h » 70min
www.cena11.com.br

Artistic direction and choreography: Alejandro Ahmed Cast and choreography: Adilso Machado, Aline Blasius, Anderson do Carmo, Cláudia Shimura, Jussara Belchior, Karin Serafin, Marcos Klann and Mariana Romagnani Creation assistant: Mariana Romagnani Rehearsal assistant: Malu Rabelo Lighting and sound ambience: Hedra Rockenbach Costumes: Felipe Caprestano and Karin Serafin Video and projection: Alejandro Ahmed Photography: Cristiano Prim Images: Cristiano Prim and Mariana Romagnani Staging coordination and sound and lighting operator: Hedra Rockenbach Theoretical and practical exchange for the SIM Project (2010): Fabiana Dultra Britto Hair: Robson Vieira Headquarters and physical preparation: Jurerê Sports Center Sponsorship: Petrobras.
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© Hugo Glendinning

Rosemary Lee

Melt down
Rosemary Lee
united kingdom

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CAMPO DE SANTANA

12 & 13 NOV
12h + 13h + 17h + 18h » 25min
www.artsadmin.co.uk In case of rain the presentation will be cancelled

Melt down is a simple and powerful manifestation. The performers walk on stage and take their places at one ring of a large bell. They stretch their arms above their heads as they look up to the sky. Each of the following ten minutes is marked by a ring of the bell. The performers slowly and subtly “melt” to the ground. The piece is one of four performances that compose Square Dances, co-commissioned by Dance Umbrella in association with Artsadmin, in 2011. This version of “Melt Down” was developed in partnership with local performers. Rosemary Lee is a performer, choreographer and director. She has investigated humanity in live performances and films for 25 years. Her latest pieces Square Dances (2011) and Common Dance (2009), were staged at Dance Umbrella, in London. She performed Remote Dancing in galleries and public spaces between 2004 and 2008.

Concept, direction and choreography: Rosemary Lee Developed after an original concept and with the permission of Elise Long and Spoke the Hub Dancing, Brooklyn, USA Choreography assistant: Henrietta Hale The version of Melt Down presented in Rio was created in collaboration with local performers. Photos: Hugo Glendinning Support: British Council Originally commissioned by Dance Umbrella, London, with the support of Bloomberg and Heritage Lottery through Arts Council England In association with Artsadmin, London Tour Support: British Council
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Céu
Volmir Cordeiro
brazil | france

Panorama Futuro
Panorama Futuro is a space within the Festival’s program created in 2010 to allow the Brazilian audience to get acquainted with the new generation of contemporary dance. The program brings together two powerful pieces of two young men.

The sky is an infinite space encompassing everything. It puts nothing ahead, no moment, nothing that exists. An attitude regarding the body is turned into dance: making the body permissive; changing positions gracefully. Before we start, I have a request: spectator, allow me to see you, allow me to tell you that one day I had all the ideas. Volmir Cordeiro has a degree in theater from the Rio de Janeiro State University and is a master’s candidate in dance, creation and performance at Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers, directed by choreographer Emmanuelle Huynh.
Choreography and performance: Volmir Cordeiro Music: Peixe, by Doces Bárbaros (Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia, Gal Costa and Gilberto Gil) Photos: Laurent Friquet Support: Alliance Française Co-production: Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers Direction: Emmanuelle Huynh Support for the tour: Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers

Smurfeddin
Selim Ben Safia
Tunísia | França
TEATRO ARMANDO GONZAGA
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Dance is not about movement, but also about marking and posture that reshape and transform the body. The break dance vocabulary is broken down, revealing internal dynamics through posture repetitions in several points in space, as in a paint stroke. Selim Ben Safia was born in France and moved to Tunisia at age three. He has been dedicated to street dancing since childhood. As a contemporary creator immersed in the fusion of movement forms, he created the company Underground Skills in 2011, whose first piece was the solo Je ne me reconnais plus.
Choreography and performance: Selim BEN SAFIA Set design: Imed JEMAA Sound design: Selim Ben Safia Production: Underground Skills Support: Alliance Française - Institut Français Support for the tour: Alliance Française, Institut Français and Underground Skills

09 & 10 NOV
20h » 30min + 25 min CAIXA CULTURAL TEATRO NELSON RODRIGUES

14 & 15 NOV
19h

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© Imed JEMAA

© Delphine Perrier

Tardes no Parque

Once again Panorama occupies Parque Lage`s Escola de Artes Visuais with installations and performances that map the boundaries between the arts of movement and the visual arts. With the support of Funarte and Funarj, four new pieces selected through an open call-for-entries and co-produced by the Festival will be presented.

Big bang boom
Michelle Moura
brazil, paraná

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ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

03 & 04 NOV
16h » 40min
www.couve-flor.org

The proposal is to create a shifting floor that constantly transforms itself. By doing so, the piece evokes notions of relationships and changes. Big Bang Boom is an unstable topology composed by a series of juxtaposed, portable, disposable landscapes that makes us reflect about the limits and frameworks of time and space, inside and outside, up and down, empty and full. Part of the creative process took place at Essais, Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers/France. Michelle Moura is a performer and choreographer. She co-founded Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial, in Curitiba. As a performer, she has collaborated with Alex Cassal and Dani Lima (Brazil), Fabian Gandini (Argentina) and Vincent Dupont (France). Her choreography Mais uma peça selecta (2004) was staged at festivals in Germany, Brazil and Cuba. She studied at Casa Hoffman, in Curitiba (2004-03), and at Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers. In 2011, she was a resident at Récollets Paris.

Creation: Michelle Moura With: Karenina de los Santos, Bruna Spoladore and Ana Beatriz Figueiredo Sound: Vadeco Costumes: Isbella Fonseca Production: Wellington Guitti Creative collaboration: Karenina de los Santos, Elisabete Finger, Emilie Combet and Meri Otoshi Support for creation: Fórum Dança, Residência no Edifício, Lisbon. Part of the creative process took place at Essais, Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers/FR, artistic direction by Emmanuelle Huynh Acknowledgment: Jennifer Lacey, Nuno Bizarro, Raissa Kim, Agnieszka Ryszkiewicz, Marcela Santander, Lina Lagaîté and Nicolas Diaz
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Cena familiar
Celina Portella
brazil, rio de janeiro

Cena familiar involves video installation and performance. The video projection of a scene about itself takes place when 15 people pose for a traditional family portrait. The motionless performers serve as background for the projections that fit into their bodies and overflow into the surrounding space. The work speculates about body and image, virtual action and real space, raising a question about the boundaries between artistic languages. Celina Portella was a resident at Centre International d’Accueil et d’Échanges des Récollets (Paris, 2009), Labmis (MIS – São Paulo, 2009), Galeria Kiosko (Bolivia, 2009) and Crac Valparaíso (Chile, 2008). She received a grant from EAV Parque Lage’s Núcleo de Arte e Tecnologia (Rio de Janeiro, 2009) and was awarded in the II Concurso de Videoarte da Fundação Joaquim Nabuco (Fundaj – Recife, 2008). She participated in the showcases Nova Arte Nova, at CCBB (Rio de Janeiro e São Paulo, 2009) and 60º Salão de Abril (Fortaleza, 2009), among other. As a dancer and co-creator, she has worked with choreographers Lia Rodrigues and João Saldanha.

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03 & 04 NOV
18h » 40min
In case of rain the presentation will be cancelled

Concept and direction: Celina Portella Collaboration: Daniela Fortes, Roberto Unterladstaetter and Tomás Portella Production Manager: Bárbara Fontana Production: Celina Portella and MD Fortes Produções
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Plantação/Árvores
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Clarice Lima
brazil, são paulo
ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

10 & 11 NOV
17h » 20min CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL

13 & 14 NOV
16h + 20h
www.claricelima.org In case of rain the presentation will be cancelled.

Desiring permanence, reversing space, questioning time. What can the body withstand? People dressed in the same costume occupy spaces in the urban landscape, going against the flow of movement, upside down, until their bodies can’t handle it anymore. Plantação/Árvores questions the possible ways for the body to resist, to keep going, to maintain its potency. Clarice Lima has worked with choreographers Jan Fabre, David Zambrano (50 days), Constanza Macras, Jorge Garcia, Cristian Duarte and Thelma Bonavita, among others. She performed in Brazil, Belgium and the Netherlands. In 2011, she created the company Clarice Lima + Gente Fina, Elegante e Sincera.

Creation and direction: Clarice Lima Assistants: Cristian Duarte and Tarina Quelho Performers: residency participants Collaboration: Patrícia Araujo

Lula Pena
portugal

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ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

04 NOV
19h » 60min
In case of rain the presentation will be cancelled. 30

Portuguese singer and composer Lula Pena has one of the most acclaimed voices in Portugal. Her music ignores the boundaries of so-called new fado, crosses the world and mingles traditional metrics with breathtaking interpretations. Her delicate performance closes the first weekend of Festival Panorama at Parque Lage and reinforces the bridge across the Atlantic created by the Year of Portugal in Brazil. “A Portuguese singer with a deep voice and an amplified guitar that sings just like a poet”, as Brazilian musician Caetano Veloso described her.

Incorpóreo
João Penoni
brazil, rio de janeiro

Incorpóreo relates photography to moving bodies. The research started in London during the artistic residency Rio Occupation London and presents a series of small actions in which the body of the artist makes different movements in front of a photo camera. At the moment a body moves in search of new sensations, only the memory of what happened remains. The project was inspired by pioneers of photography and moving images, such as Eadweard Muybridge, Étienne-Jules Marey and Anton Giulio Bragaglia. João Penoni is a visual artist, designer, photographer and acrobat. He was part of group exhibitions such as From the Margin to the Edge, at Somerset House (London, 2012); Quase casais, at Espaço Maus Hábitos (Lisbon, 2011); Zonas de contato, at Paço das Artes (São Paulo, Brazil, 2011); I Mostra Videurbe (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011).

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ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

10 & 11 NOV
18h » 15min
www.penoni.com In case of rain the presentation will be cancelled The video installation that composes the performance is exhibited continuously from 11h to 19h, in both days

Video and performance: João Penoni Sound: Saulo Laudares Costumes: Helena Pontes

World of interiors
Ana Borralho & João Galante

ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE

03 & 04 NOV
17h » 120min
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Divulgação

This year, Panorama receives as an associated project its loud and unexpected cousin, HAPPENINGS, in a partnership that extends to Multiplicidade and is curated by Batman Zavareze. The attractions stir up Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica (CAHO) and the surroundings of Praça Tiradentes, in Centro, with several collective actions that jumble the senses: exhibitions, performances and DJing. A new installation of musical group from Minas Gerais, O Grivo, is the centerline at CAHO, along with the installation of Helen Cole, from England, from November 9th to 18th. On the 15th, 16th and 17th, there will be a music program with national and international artists. On the year of the centennial of avant-garde musician John Cage, they recite the mantra: “This isn’t art, it’s noise.”
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O Grivo
brazil, minas gerais

09 > 18 NOV
11h > 18h Opening Performance

9 NOV
21h30 » 60min
www.ogrivo.com

With witty and apparently unstable gadgets, musical and visual group O Grivo creates unexpected sound paths that go from soundtracks to installations. Musicians from Minas Gerais Nelson Soares and Marcos Moreira turned O Grivo into a reference in the so-called New Brazilian Music. At the Happenings @ Panorama, they create a sound ambience with 36 burettes (a glass tube with graduation and a tap) and present an all-new performance.

HAPPENINGS @Panorama is specially sponsored by Oi.

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SARC
Marco Donnarumma + Miguel Ortiz + Anna Weisling/Sonic Arts Research Center
northern ireland

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CENTRO MUNICIPAL DE ARTE HÉLIO OITICICA

Members of the Sonic Arts Research Center - a multimedia laboratory founded by German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen and directed by Pedro Rebelo - Donnarumma, Ortiz and Weisling perform live the development of an avant-garde scientific research that uses the human body and the vibrations of the heart and the brain to create music, sound and visual interference. This performance is supported by Transform Project and British Council, in partnership with Festival Multiplicidade 2012.

15 NOV
19h » 60min
www.sarc.qub.ac.uk

1331’’ timeline
Thembi Rosa + O Grivo (performance)
brazil, minas gerais

1331” timeline is a device organized by dancer and choreographer Thembi Rosa in partnership with mathematician Manuel Guerra for research in dance, software, music and images. It is a digital interface that allows the real time organization, as cartography, of the interactions between movement, sound and image. Thembi Rosa has been developing dance solos and duos in partnership with O Grivo and invited artists for 10 years. This project started in January 2012, in a residency in Belgium with Cia Mangrove-Tentatctile.

16 NOV
20h » 30min
www.thembirosa.blogspot.com.br

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Divulgação

Divulgação

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Gramofones
Siri (performances)
brazil, rio de janeiro

17 NOV
18h30 » 60min
www.siri.etc.br

The music of percussionist, composer, arranger and producer Ricardo Mattos, also know as SIRI, is made with conventional instruments (string and wind) combined with unusual percussions: old Volkswagen beetle spare parts, water basins, PVC pipes. In this performance, he composes music live, with his “orchestra” of antique gramophones, radios and books.

Chelpa Ferro
brazil, rio de janeiro
17 NOV
20h » 60min
www.chelpaferro.com.br

Luiz Zerbini, Barrão and Sérgio Mekler gathered for the first time in 1995 and created Chelpa Ferro, an experimental group that mixes electronic music, sculptures and technologic installations in live performances and exhibitions. They participated in the Venice and São Paulo Biennales and are now debuting in Panorama.

Favelost
Fausto Fawcett + Carlos Laufer + Robôs Efêmeros
brazil, rio de janeiro

17 NOV
21h30 » 60min

Propelled by the recently released book Favelost, Fausto Fawcett’s samenamed concert has seven songs, performed by visual artists that inhabit the same universe as this pop-underground genius from Copacabana. Fausto Fawcett is a journalist, playwright and screenwriter.

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WE SEE FIREWORKS
Helen Cole & Alex Bradley
united kingdom

Helen Cole & Alex Bradley

We see fireworks is a visual and sound installation composed by the recollections of those who have seen it. A constantly evolving archive of voices fills a room illuminated by blinking lights that evoke memories of performances or everyday events. The whispers of up to 300 individuals tell stories of family secrets, epic productions, unusual theatrical encounters and lost love. The work is based on the premise that theater is something essentially viral that takes place everywhere, lying dormant, until the memories are sharpened. Helen Cole is the artistic director of In Between Time. For two decades, she has been a curator, producer and works with live art, contemporary performance and interdisciplinary practices. Alex Bradley is one of the most acclaimed sound artists in the United Kingdom.

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CENTRO MUNICIPAL DE ARTE HÉLIO OITICICA

09 > 18 NOV
11h > 18h
weseefireworks.blogspot.com

Artist/Curator/Archivist: Helen Cole Technical producer: Alex Bradley Production: In Between Time Comissioned by SPILL Festival and New Theatre Architects Sponsorship: National Lottery, Arts Council England and Paul Hamyln Foundation Breakthrough Award Tour Support: British Council
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© Alex Bradley

© Charlotte Sampermans

Specially conceived for children, Panoraminha represents, since 2008, an entryway for audience development and awareness through art. In partnerships with learning institutions, more than six thousand children have seen its programs. This year, two pieces in which body and movement are the key to spark curiosity about different worlds.

Têtes-à-têtes
Maria Clara Villa Lobos
belgium | brazil

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CAIXA CULTURAL TEATRO NELSON RODRIGUES

10, 11 & 12 NOV
11h » 45min
www.mc-villalobos.com

The highly visual Têtes-à-têtes combines dance, movement, video, sound and lights. Aimed at children over three years old, it’s based on the interaction between a strange lonely character and projections of animations specially created for the piece. Travelling through space and different situations, ranging from poetry to comedy, life and fantasy, the character is lead to discover his own body, space, colors and others. Maria Clara Villa Lobos studied classic and contemporary ballet. After her training at P.A.R.T.S., in Brussels, she worked with several choreographers and developed her own pieces, including Crash (1997), Lar doce lar (1998), M, uma peça mediana (2003) and Head On (2010). The artist teaches at Dancing Kids, a dance school for children created by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker.

Concept and choreography: Maria Clara Villa Lobos Dance: Maria Clara Villa Lobos and Barthélémy Manias-Valmont Video and animation: Jeremy Dupuydt Set design and props: Aurélie Deloche Lighting: Hajer Iblisdir Sound/Music: Mum, Raymond Scott, Pascal Ayerbe and Gaëtan Bulourde Costumes: Catriona Petty Video technician: Bernard Delcourt and Pierre Delcourt Management and production: Flavia Ceglie Support: French Community Ministry / Dance Service, Félicette Chazerand Company, Théâtre de la Place of Liège. Support for the Tour: Ministry of Culture of Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, WBT / D and WBI (Wallonie - Brussels International) Partners in the tour: FID - International Dance Forum - Belo Horizonte and Bienal de Dança do Ceará.
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Menu de heróis
Núcleo do Dirceu
brazil, piauí

Menu de heróis is an invitation to be whomever one wants to be, based on what’s around. There are no bad guys, no good guys or even a city. There is only the present and a place where things are invented and everything is mixed. Styrofoam and Football boot, bottle and balloon, glove and cardboard boxes, reality and fiction. What is reality, after all? Is it where everything exists? Created in 2006, Núcleo do Dirceu works with several performing arts languages. It received the Public Policy for Dance (2008) and the Education, Diffusion, Production and Creation in Dance (2011) awards from the São Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards. Since 2009, the group occupies Galpão do Dirceu, where they develop projects in local, national and international partnerships.

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ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO

16, 17 & 18 NOV
17h » 50min
www.nucleododirceu.com.br

Concept and direction: Weyla Carvalho Rehearsal direction: Janaina Lobo Performers-creators: Allexandre Santos, Cleyde Silva, Jacob Alves Fagner Cristiê, Layane Holanda and Soraya Portela Lighting: Jacob Alves Erickson Pablo Sound design: Sergio Matos Photos and videos: Jell Carone, Victor Gabriel and Maurício Pokemon Production management: Regina Veloso Executive production: Caio César de Andrade Realization: Núcleo do Dirceu
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© Maurício Pokemon

© Manuel Vason

Manuel Vason

STILL_MÓVIL
Manuel Vason & Red Sudamericana de Danza
italy | london

The itinerant and interdisciplinary nature of the STILL_MÓVIL project, an initiative of Red Sudamericana de Danza and London-based Italian artist Manuel Vason, essentially brings together two languages that constantly interact: photography and dance. With the goal of transforming a dance piece - a live work of art - into stillness and image, Manuel Vason travelled, between 2010 e 2011, through ten different South American countries, documenting the work of fifty creators, choreographers and dancers in collaborative residencies. The result is an unsettling creative material that consists of a itinerant exhibition, a book that will gather photo essays and a website with the documentation of the collaborative process. Manuel Vason’s artistic practice explores the relationship between photography and performance, presence and representation. He considers the capturing of a moment as an act of creation, as an exchange between who is in front and behind the camera, as a ritual towards the illusion of immortality. The collaborative nature of his practice shapes a unique hybrid art form and forms new vocabularies. His collaborations to date have become some of the most iconic images of performance and his work has been published and presented internationally. RSD is an initiative for integration and collaboration among different world-renowned actors of dance and culture belonging to South American countries. By favoring trainings, mobility and associative work spaces, Red links innovative forms of social organization to artistic development, besides supporting dance practices that research, in a broader context, new meanings in culture.

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CENTRO MUNICIPAL DE ARTE HÉLIO OITICICA

09 > 18 NOV
11h > 18h
www.stillmovil.com

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Co-creators: Alejandra Jara (Paraguay), Ana Cecilia Chung Oré (Peru), Ana Cecilia Moreno (Bolivia), Ana Chin-A-Loy (Venezuela), Angela Bello (Colombia), Carla Coronado (Peru), Carolina Besuievsky (Uruguay), Carolina Herman (Argentina), Claudia Vicuña (Chile), Cristian Duarte (Brazil), Diana Szeinblum (Argentina), Edith Correa (Paraguay), Esteban Donoso (Ecuador), Félix Oropeza (Venezuela), Flor Varela (Uruguay), Giselle Rodrigues (Brazil), Inés Coronado (Peru), Isabel Story (Venezuela), Iván Sánchez (Chile), Javiera Peón-Veiga (Chile), José Alvarez (Paraguay), Josie Cáceres (Ecuador), Juliana Moraes (Brazil), Klever Viera (Ecuador), Lorna Ortiz (Peru), Lucía Russo (Argentina), Luciana Acuña (Argentina), Marcelo Evelin (Brazil), María José Rivera (Bolivia), Mariana Marchesano (Uruguay), Miguel Jaime (Uruguay), Mirella Carbone (Peru), Morella Petrozzi (Peru), Natalia Aldana (Paraguay), NataliaOrozco (Colombia), Nuri Gutés (Chile), Patricia Mallarini (Uruguay), Pepe Santana (Peru), Ricardo Marinelli (Brazil), Rocío Rivera Marchevsky (Chile), Rommel Nieves (Venezuela), Santiago Turenne (Uruguay), Sergio Valenzuela (Chile), Sofía Mejia (Colombia), Sylvia Fernández (Bolivia), Tamia Guayasamin (Ecuador), Tino Fernández (Colombia), Valeria Andrade (Ecuador), Vanilton Lakka (Brazil), Vera Sala (Brazil). Other artists featured in the STILL_MÓVIL exhibition: Alexandra Cuesta (United States/ Ecuador), Alice Ripoll (Brazil), Andre Masseno (Brazil), Cristina Maura (Brazil), Federica Folco (Uruguay), Fernando Klipel (Brazil), Florencia Vecino (Argentina), Helena Vieira (Brazil), Ketty Noël (Mali), Laura Sami (Brazil), Luis Garay (Argentina), Luiz de Abreu (Brazil), Marcela Levi (Brazil), Nelisiwe Xaba (South Africa), Paula Giuria (Uruguay) Support and Acknowledgement This project was made possible by a network of countless artists, researchers, producers, Ibero-American cultural centers and institutions, combined with the support of the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation, in the Netherlands, the Arts Department of the Ministry of Culture of Colombia and the Montevideo Photography Center, in Uruguay.

Project Concept: Manuel Vason and Rede Sudamericana de Danza with the collaboration of Festival Panorama Artistic Concept: Manuel Vason Management and production coordination: Natacha Melo and María Agiomyrgianaki Collaboration in the production: Mariana Soares and members of RSD Selection of participants for the presentation: Manuel Vason, Natacha Melo and Sonia Sobral
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© Manuel Vason

Corpo-cópia/ Library of performing rights

Corpo-cópia/Library of performing rights
brazil | uk

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CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL (CINEMA 2)

13 > 18 NOV
17h > 19h
www.thisisliveart.co.uk

Corpo-Cópia: Library of performing rights is a collaboration between Videoteca Panorama (Brazil) and Live Art Develoment Agency / LADA (UK), produced and curated by Eduardo Bonito and Paula Gorini (Brazil) and Andrew Mitchelson (UK). The first edition of Corpo-Cópia took place in 2011, during the Political Compositions program. The Library of Performing Rights project in Rio includes a film showcase with works related to human rights themes and four roundtables with specialists and artists, based on the following guidelines: Corpo Santo, Corpo-diverso, Corpo-manifesto, Corpoidentidade and Corpo-ativismo. We are also going to have a premiere of the film “Corpo Santo”, a video documentation of the artistic project developed at IPUB, UFRJ’s Institute of Psychiatry, with visual artists Maurício Dias & Walter Riedweg. The Library of Performing Rights was created by LADA in 2006, in collaboration with artist Lois Weaver and the Queen Mary University of London, in the United Kingdom, as part of the Performance Studies International 12: Performing Rights project. Go to www.panoramafestival.com and find out how your work can be part of this archive.

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PROGRAMAS Corpo Santo: Première Brasil
13 & 18 NOV | 17h & 19h

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Corpo-identidade: identity, performance and sexual diversity.
15 & 17 NOV | 17h + 19h & 19h

Corpo-Santo (Maurício Dias & Walter Riedweg) – the Brazilian premiere of the film, a videodocumentation of the same-named artistic research developed in collaboration with patients of IPUB (Psychiatry Institute of UFRJ). Brazil, 2011, 60 minutes. Corpo-diverso: disabilities in check.
13 & 18 NOV | 19h & 17h

Why I Make Live Art, George Chakravarthi. United Kingdom, 2008, 1 min; Oh, Jerusalem!, Oreet Ashery. United Kingdom, 2005, 5 min; Nº 14, La Ribot. Spain, 1997, 7 min; In-Organic, Marcela Levi. Brazil, 2007, 30 min; Carne, Micheline Torres. Brazil, 2008, 5 min. Roundtable: sexual diversity, identity and performance: Sara Panamby/ André Bern
Time and date: 15 NOV | 18h

Fat, Pete Edwards. United Kingdom, 2009, 4 min; Undress Redress, Noëmi Lakmaier. United Kingdom, 2011, 6 min; Spitting Mad, Bobby Baker. United Kingdom, 1997, 10 min; No Retreat, No Surrender, Mat Fraser. United Kingdom, 2011, 6 min; Magno Pirol (Graco Alves)/ Brazil, 2004, 20 min. Roundtable: Disabilities in Check: Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg / Carla Strachmman & Bernardo Zabagala / Julio Vertzman / Teresa Taquechel
Time and date: 13 NOV | 18h

Corpo-ativismo: Artivism today.
16 & 17 NOV | 17h + 19h & 17h

Corpo-manifesto: declaration of Human Rights.
14 NOV | 17h + 19h

Dismantling Indra, Asamblea Contra la Guerra Permanente. Spain, 2005, 15 min; Load of Rubish, Vacuum Cleaner. United Kingdom, 2008, 8 min; Soya Sauce and Ketchup Fight, Mad For Real. United Kingdom, 2000, 5 min; Yomango Tango, Yomango. Argentina, ano, 6 min; Não Alimente os animais, Ricardo Marinelli. Brazil, 2011, 5 min; Knitting Iron/ excerpts, Poshya Kakl. United Kingdom, 2012, 10 min. Roundtable: Artisms today: Andrew Mitchelson / Isabel Ferreira / Geo Britto
Time and date: 16 NOV | 18h

A video performance-installation with a roundtable continuously fueled by participants, visitors and spectators. Video installation: Acts of Memory, Monica Ross. United Kingdom, 2009, 120 min. Debate: The Long Table, Lois Weaver. United Kingdom, 2006, undefined duration. Roundtable: The Long Table: Declaration of Human Rights
Time and date: 14 NOV | 18h
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Divulgação

Divulgação Panorama

Culture Point and Videoteque

Ponto de Cultura Espaço Panorama has been connecting and strengthening the ongoing actions of Associação Cultural Panorama (ACPAN) in the city of Rio de Janeiro and surrounding areas for two years. Espaço Panorama is a Ponto de Cultura based on performing arts production, development and creation, increasing each year the reach of this art language in the educational and aesthetic fields, in several places around the state. In 2012, Ponto de Cultura produced, among other things, a vacation camp in partnership with Ponto de Cultura Ciranda de Tarituba, in Paraty, and video screenings and dance workshops in several Olympic Villages in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Another important action is being developed with patients of UFRJ’s Psychiatric Hospital (IPUB), which includes dance workshops with invited artists. The users of IPUB will have an open rehearsal for the Corpo Desperto performance-installation on November 14th, at 10h, directed by Bernado Zabalaga and Bruna Savaget, at the yard of IPUB (Av. Venceslau Brás, 71 Fundos, Urca). Information: carla.strachmann@panoramafestival.com (21)8204-0013 Videoteca Panorama is part of the activities of Ponto de Cultura and has a collection of over 2.000 videos, sent to Associação Cultural Panorama by artists/authors from all over the world. The collection is available for public research and is already being screened in debates, seminars, conferences and thematic showcases.

Educational

Festival Panorama’s Educational Project is committed to promoting artistic experimentation and critical thinking through the relationship of different audiences with contemporary art. Based on points of interest in the program, the festival’s educational team establishes partnerships with government authorities, educational and cultural institutions, communities, NGO’s, public and private schools, universities, cultural centers, museums and educational, social and cultural programs in the city and the State of Rio de Janeiro, making free entrances for the shows available.

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Institutional Partners
ABRAPAC – Associação Brasileira de Apoio aos Pacientes com Câncer AMOCAVIM (Associação de Moradores do Condomínio e Amigos da Vila Mimosa) Arena Jovelina Pérola Negra Associação Meninas e Mulheres do Morro Casa Aldeias de Portugal Casa da Tia Edith Rancho Folclórico Casa de Viseu CEN ¬ Centro Educacional de Niterói Centro Cultural Cartola Centro de Letras e Artes da UNIRIO Centro de Teatro do Oprimido Crescer e Viver Dançando Pra Não Dançar Escola de Dança Petite Danse Escola de Dança Ulanova Escola e Faculdade de Dança Angel Vianna Escola Livre de Dança da Maré Escola Nacional de Circo Faculdade de Educação da UFRJ Grupo Girassol de Solidariedade Grupo Zanzar IPUB – Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ Jongo da Serrinha Laboratório Cultural Movimento Down Núcleo de Dança e Educação do Centro Coreográfico do Rio de Janeiro Núcleo de Educação e Cultura Fundição de Paz e Progresso ONG Amiguinhos de Jesus Programa Criança Petrobras – Maré Projeto Passageiro do Futuro Logistical support: Fetranspor Pulsar Cia. de Dança Rio Sem Homofobia Secretaria de estado de Educação Secretaria municipal de Educação SISTEMA FIRJAN / SESI Cidadania Solos Culturais – Observatório de Favelas Teatro de Agora Teatro de Operações Unidade Municipal de Reinserção Social de Realengo Unidade Municipal de Reinserção Social Raul Seixas UniverCidade Universidade das Quebradas UPP Social

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Like every year, Panorama occupies one space of the city with several parallel activities and turns it into an alternative bar and theater, where hundreds of artists and cariocas spend time the afternoons with conversations and performances and have evenings of good music, tasty food, nice drinks and many encounters. This year, we found Largo das Artes, one of the most beautiful contemporary arts gallery in the city, two steps away from Praça Tiradentes and the Festival’s largest theaters. Shows, debates and book launchings occupy the late afternoons, where the Panorama Aumentado team make interviews and prepare the real time coverage of the festival.

Panorama Aumentado

A dance-tech.tv Augmented Reality Experience Lab @ FestivalPanorama 2012*

How does Panorama Aumentado work? (You must be connected to the internet.) 1. Download and install the Aurasma Lite app from the Apple store and subscribe to Dance-tech.tv channel (iPhones e iPads) or the dancetechtvARapp from Google Market (Android devices). Both are free of charge. 2. Run the app in your device and hover it slowly over the festival program images or installation images to see how they become alive with video images. The scanned surface needs to be lit evenly with no shadows.

The installation/lab explores the intersection of online video journalism and Augmented Reality technology, creating a mobile media experience during the festival. The audience uses smart phones or tablets to scan programs and posters of the festival to discover video layers with performance excepts, artists interviews and other contents created by a team of students. The lab films and edits in real time what happens at the theaters and other venues and its headquarters are the Center of the Festival. Panorama Aumentado creates a hidden media landscape that grows as the festival happens. Panorama Aumentado was conceived by Marlon Barrios Solano as a collaboration between dance-tech.tv and Festival Panorama 2012. Thanks to ACCAD - The Advanced Computer Center for Arts and Design from the Ohio State University (USA) and DanceDigitalUK. The dancetechtvARapp is powered by Aurasma (UK)

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Twenty looks or Paris is burning at the Judson Church (S)
Trajal Harrell
USA

LARGO DAS ARTES
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05 NOV
18h » 70min

See bios at page 14.

Pâquerette
Cecilia Bengolea & François Chaignaud
argentina | france
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Pâquerette, the first work of Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud, together since 2005, focuses on sexual policies and feelings in several readings, combining fear and bravery, in a moving manner, to show that being alive is about going through metamorphoses. See bios at page 15.
Concept and performance: Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud Sponsorship: DRAC Poitou-Charentes Support: Ménagerie de Verre (Paris) Tour Support: Institut Français in partnership with the Région Poitou-Charentes and Consulate General of France.

14 NOV
18h » 60min
vlovajob.blogspot.fr

Nights @Panorama
Begins at 22h
03 NOV - DJ Saulo Laudares 06 NOV - Panoramico, a karaoke night
with the Panorama’s staff

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14 NOV - DJ Tube e Icaro dos Santos 16 NOV - Eletrico 88 17 NOV - Nuvem + DJ Nado Leal

09 NOV - DJ Balthazar 10 NOV - DJ Vini

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Divulgação

Staff
General Directors Eduardo Bonito, Nayse López e Catarina Saraiva Executive Director Eduardo Bonito Production Director and Curator Catarina Saraiva Artistic and Communication Direction Nayse López Directors’ Assistant Rafael Fernandes Directors’ Assistant/Controller Santi Elias Production Coordinator Renata Monnerat Production assistant Jéssica Nakazima Lucas Silveira Local Production Carol Moreira Center of the Festival Production Ton Dutra Center of the Festival Assistant Alexandre de Oliveira Technical Direction Adriana Ortiz D5 Produções Technical Production Carol Dworshak Fabieli Broio Corrêa Colombo Gabriel Frazão João Lima Leandro Daniel Colombo Luana Bezerra Paula Almeida Technical Coordinators at the Theaters Carlos Lafert Eduardo Dantas (Careca) Felício Mafra (Russinho) Flávio Magalhães
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Sérgio Medeiros Sérgio Santos Technicians Antonio Figueiredo Antônio Medeiros Artur Pinheiro Beto Bruno Barreto Celso Paiva César Cley Fabiano Brito (Bi) João Grandão Juca Baracho Leandro dos Santos Marco Antônio da Silva (Marcão) Mussum Paulo Ignácio dos Santos Pedro Christo Renato Silva Ricardo Brito (Kaká) Roberto Prado Samitri Bará Samuel Oliveira Seu Gerson Will de Souza Set Design Fabio Gonçalves e Gisele Batalha Audience Development Coordinator Juliana Lopes Audience Development Assistants Beatriz Morgado Flávio Osório Guest Relations Ana Pimentel Guest Relations Assistant Arnaud de Schaetzen Transports Coordinator Ana Beatriz Silva Driver Paulo Couto Box Office Production Trio Carioca Produções

Box Office Coordinators Mônica Bittencourt Roberta Pisco Box Office Production Assistants Lia Bastos Luana Ribas Bar and Box-office manager Tathiane Mattos Ticket Clerks Fernanda Muniz Juliane Araujo Renata Bianco Vinicius Soares Communications Gilberto de Abreu Communications Assistant Bia Paes Press Relations PALAVRA assessoria em comunicação Graphic Project Boldº_A Design Company Direção de Criacão: Billy Bacon Proj. Gráfico e Design: Joana Petersen Assistência de Design: Alexandre Andrada e Jean Paulo Faustino Coordenação Geral: Vivianne Jorás Graphic Production Sidnei Balbino Website Henrique Mattos Panorama Aumentado Marlon Barrios Photographer Andreia Salame Volunteer Photographer Thiago Brito Video Editing Luiz Guilherme Guerreiro Proofreading Kathia Ferreira

Translation Gabriela Baptista Financial Coordinator Genésio Nogueira Financial Manager Assistant Myrna Lemme Contracts Bruno Furtado Administrative Assistant Kelly Cristina Office-Boy Gino Carnevale IT Intern Eduardo Brito Administrative support Tatiane Silva Producers Escola de Artes Visuais Parque Lage ¬ Thais Zveibil Teatro Armando Gonzaga ¬ Fábio Mateus Residency Assistants Malu Mello Ynaje Dawson Crew at the Theaters CAIXA Cultural Teatro Nelson Rodrigues ¬ Ana Terra Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica + Metrô ¬ Juliana Arruda Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto ¬ Priscila Manfredini Teatro Gláucio Gill ¬ Gustavo Lawall Teatro João Caetano ¬ Camila Ferreira Teatro Municipal Café Pequeno + Oi Futuro Flamengo ¬ Annanda Galvão Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes ¬ Thiago DiDeus

Volunteers Allan Patrício Cotta Ana G. de Oliveira Bárbara da Silva Bárbara de Almeida Bárbara Gual Beatriz Gomes Bruna Carnaval Camila Damico Medina Camila dos Santos Camila Koschdoski Camila Santos Freitas Camille Dias Ferreira Carolina Evangelista Carolina Rodrigues Christiane Ayumi Kuwae Cintia Pimentel Danielle Lima de Souza David Kondylopoulos Elielson Corrêa Bastos Evelin da Silva Rosa Facundo Gabriel Arroyo Fernanda Cruz Gisela Duarte Glauce da Silva Gustavo Ribeiro Gustavo Ribeiro Ferreira Heliana dos Santos Hikari de Almeida Hugo Cruz Maia Isabella Saraiva John Soares Leonardo da Silva Leonardo Jordão Lilian Moreira Kerbel Livia Fernandes Louise Gonzaga Luciana Ribeiro Lopes Lucileide dos Santos Lucimar Lopes Ferreira Luiza Neiva Maíra de Almeida Manuela de Andrade Marcelo de Brito Maria de Medeiros Mariana Magalhães Mariana Souto Marianna Ferraz Piacesi Marwa Belghazi Mayare Teixeira

Mônica Fernandes Nadja Ferreira Ribeiro Nathali da Silva Paula Pereira Pedro Ceranto Priscilla de Oliveira Raquel Cukierman Rebeca Eiras Renan Silveira Renata Souza Roberta Gomes Rodrigo Junior Souza Sara de Andrade Sara de Paiva e Silva Saulo Martins Suelen Martins Susana Amaral Talissa Silverio Araujo Thayna Silveira Imperial Vanessa de Oliveira Vanessa Felix da Silva Vivian de Souza Yasmim Barbosa Ynajara Moreira Bento PONTO DE CULTURA ESPAÇO PANORAMA Direction Eduardo Bonito Educational Coordinator Carla Strachmann Videoteca Coordinator Paula Gorini Teachers Bernardo Zabagala Bruna Savaget Michael Coimbra Alice Ripoll Erick Nery Liuz LA Renato Cruz Rodrigo Maia e Grupo de Pesquisa “Reestruturando as Histórias da Dança” Interns Mariah Ugelli Carol Spork
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Thanks to
Adriana Rattes Adriano Araujo Alex dos Santos Pereira Allan Lopes dos Santos Alphons Hug Amaury Cacciaccaro Filho Ana Caroline Nunes Botelho Ana Paula Botelho Andrea Chesorin Angel Vianna Angela Blazo Angela Figueiredo Benita Fonseca Bernard Micaud Bernardo Zabagala Brenda Coelho Carla Alves Carla Lobo Carla Strachmman Caroena Neves Centro de Movimento Deborah Colker (CMDC) Christiana Cavalcanti Clarisse Rivera Claudia Saldanha Cremildes Alves da Silva Cristina Alecrim Cristina Becker Cyntia Cunha Dani Amorim Daniel Dias da Silva Daniele Avila Debora Mascarenhas Denise Menezes Denise Palha Diana de Rose Diogo Oliveira Eliane Albino Elida Candida de Oliveira Emilio Kalil Eva Doris Rosenthal Fabiano Carneiro Fátima Bonfim de Alencar Felipe Vidal Fernanda Carvalho Fernando López Vasquez Flávio Alves Martins Gabriel Canedo Gisella Cardoso Gustavo Otero Isabel Ferreira Isabel Gomide Isabel Hölze Jailson de Souza Joana Ribeiro João Braune João Saldanha Joelson Gusson Jonas Mourilhe Juliano Azevedo Julio Vertzman e toda a equipe do IPUB Junior Perim Junior Scaramussa Leandro Martins Leo Bezerra Leonel Brun Lia Rodrigues Livia Arcoverde Lois Weaver Louis Keidan Lucia Guimarães Luciano Lima Lucy Bottentuit Luis Brito Luiz Alves Luiz Erlanger Maira Gabriel Anhorn Márcio Botner Marcus Bonito Marcus Vinicius Alves Maria Angélica Santos Guimarães Maria Antônia Goulart Maria Arlete Mendes Gonçalves Maria Augusta Souza Marie Depalle Marisa Riccitelli Sant’ana Marta Moura Martha Pagy Mauricio da Fonseca Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg Mavi Matute Miguel Sayad Mônica Andrade Mônica Melo Nuno Bello Odimar Silva Pedro Mendes Pedro Rivera Priscila Manfredini Rafaela Salém Raphael Baeta Regina Bonito Regina Studart RioTur João Luiz Bernardo (in memorian) Rita Sá Marques Roberto Guimarães Robson Outeiro Rodrigo Lamounier Rômulo Sales Ronald Munk Rossine Freitas Salete Bernardi Sandra Lyra Sérgio Andrade Shakaf Wine Silvia Soter Sofia Campos Sonia Ferman Stefanie Pecourt Stefano Macchi Steffen Dauelsberg Tais Reis Tamar Messer Teresa Taquechel Thais Zveibil Thomas Walgrave Tiago Guedes Valeria Martins Vania Lucia Alves Moreira Viviane Groisman Walter Santos Filho Washington Fajardo Yann Lorvo Zélia Peixoto

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Central Box-office and Venues
CENTRAL BOX-OFFICE Largo das Artes R. Luis de Camões, 2 / Sobrado - Lgo. São Francisco Bilheteria: 03 a 18 de novembro - 18h às 00h

The tickets for Festival Panorama 2012 can be purchased at Central Box-office, the box-office of each venue or over the internet, on the festival’s website. www.panoramafestival.com

Não estão à venda na Bilheteria Central: Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: dinheiro e cartões de débito (visa e mastercard) * Espetáculos da programação do Teatro Armando Gonzaga. ** Espetáculos, sessões de cinema e performances com entrada gratuita.

BOX-OFFICE AT THE VENUES CAIXA Cultural – Teatro Nelson Rodrigues Av. República do Chile, 230 – Conjunto Cultural da Caixa – Centro Telefone: 21 2262-8152 Bilheteria: terça a sexta – 13h às 20h | sábados, domingos e feriados – 15h às 20h Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil / RJ Endereço: Rua Primeiro de Março, 66 – Centro Telefone: 21 3808-2100 Entrada gratuita Sessões de cinema: distribuição de senhas 1h antes da sessão Performances: acesso livre Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica R. Luis de Camões, 68 – Centro Telefone: 21 2232-4213 Entrada gratuita Espetáculos: distribuição de senhas 1h antes da sessão Exposições: acesso livre Teatro João Caetano Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage R. Jardim Botânico, 414 – Jardim Botânico Telefone: 21 3257-1800 Entrada gratuita Salão Nobre e Cavalariças: distribuição de senhas 1h antes do espetáculo Espaços externos: acesso livre Praça Tiradentes, s/n – Centro Telefone: 21 2332-9166 Bilheteria: terça a domingo – 14h às 18h Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto R. Humaitá, 163 – Humaitá (Entrada pela R. Visconde Silva s/n) Telefone: 21 2535-3846 Bilheteria: somente nos dias dos espetáculos, a partir das 17h ou uma hora antes da apresentação Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes Teatro Armando Gonzaga Av. Gal. Osvaldo Cordeiro de Faria, 511 – Marechal Hermes Telefone: 21 2332-1040 Bilheteria: quinta a domingo – 15h às 19h. Ingresso: R$ 4,00 / R$ 2,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Teatro Glaucio Gill Praça Cardeal Arcoverde, s/n – Copacabana Telefone: 21 2332-7904 Bilheteria: segunda a domingo – 16h às 20h Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Teatro Oi Futuro Flamengo R. Dois de Dezembro, 63 – Flamengo Telefone: 21 3131-3060 Bilheteria: terça a domingo – 14h às 20h. Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: dinheiro e cartões de débito e crédito (visa e mastercard) Rua Pedro I, 4 – Praça Tiradentes – Centro Telefone: 21 2224-3602 Bilheteria: terça a domingo – 14h às 18h Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro Teatro Municipal Café Pequeno R. Ataulfo de Paiva, 269 – Leblon Telefone: 21 2294-4480 Bilheteria: somente nos dias dos espetáculos, 1h hora antes da apresentação Ingressos: R$ 16,00 / R$ 8,00 (meia) Pagamento: somente dinheiro

INTERNET Programação à venda disponível em: www.panoramafestival.com Serviço de vendas Ingresso Rápido www.ingressorapido.com.br Espetáculos da programação dos seguintes espaços: - Caixa Cultural – Teatro Nelson Rodrigues - Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto - Teatro Municipal Café Pequeno - Teatro Oi Futuro Flamengo Serviço de vendas Ingresso.com www.ingresso.com Espetáculos da programação dos seguintes espaços: - Teatro Glaucio Gill - Teatro João Caetano Serviço de vendas Ingresso.com www.seubilhete.com Espetáculos da programação dos seguintes espaços: - Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes

Têm direito a 50% de desconto na compra do ingresso:
- Estudantes, maiores de 60 anos e menores de 21 anos, mediante comprovação. - Portadores de deficiência. - Classe artística mediante apresentação das carteiras do SATED, SBAT e SINDICATO DOS BAILARINOS. - Professores da rede pública de ensino, mediante apresentação de contracheque e identidade. - Funcionários: Banco do Brasil, BNDES, Caixa Econômica Federal, Petrobras, Oi e Prefeitura, mediante apresentação dos seus respectivos crachás e identidades (em até 2 ingressos). - Portadores do Cartão Petrobras, mediante apresentação do cartão e identidade (em até 2 ingressos). - CAIXA Cultural – Teatro Nelson Rodrigues: clientes da Caixa Econômica Federal, mediante apresentação de cartão de correntista. - Clientes do Metrô Rio, mediante apresentação do cartão pré-pago do Metrô, tem desconto em todos os teatros.

Venue
Teatro João Caetano

SEX (FERIADO)

A viagem » 20h

02

A viagem » 19h

03

SÁB

DOM

04

05

SEG

Filipa Francisco

Filipa Francisco
histoire(s) » 20h

Cribles/Live » 19h

06

TER

QUA

07

08

QUI

A ballet story » 19h

09

SEX

SÁB

10

DOM

11

SEG

12

TER

Emmanuelle Huyinh

Victor Hugo Pontes
VIOLET » 20h30

Japan syndrome step 2 - Inside the ball » 19h

13

QUA

14

QUI (FERIADO)

15

SEX

16

SÁB

17

DOM

18

Tadasu Takamine
Atlas » 20h30

Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes

Olga de Soto

Meg Stuart | Damaged Goods
Múa » 18h + 20h Katana » 19h

Ana Borralho & João Galante

Teatro Gláucio Gill

Emmanuelle Huynh

Cia R.E.C. | Alice Ripoll
Solo(s) » 21h Robert and Maria » 21h Menu de heróis » 17h

Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto Teatro Municipal Café Pequeno Oi Futuro Flamengo   Teatro   Ar livre Centro Municipal de Arte Hélio Oiticica   Terceiro andar   Térreo / Terceiro andar CAIXA Cultural Teatro Nelson Rodrigues Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB)   Cinema 2   Térreo Largo das Artes
Trajal Harrell

De repente fica tudo preto de gente » 21h (XS) » 14h, 16h, 18h

This is concrete » 21h30

Marcelo Evelin | demolition inc.

Jefta van Dinther & Thiago Granato

Izabel Stewart & Tana Guimarães

Maria Hassabi & Robert Steijn

Núcleo do Dirceu

Maneries » 20h

Luis Garay | Cia Buenos Aires
Untitled movements with a drummer » 18h

contact Gonzo

the fault lines » 17h + 20h

Meg Stuart, Philipp Gehmacher, Vladimir Miller | Damaged Goods & Mumbling Fish
(M)imosa » 19h Têtes-à-têtes » 11h

HAPPENINGS Multiplicidade » 20h30

HAPPENINGS Multiplicidade » 20h30

HAPPENINGS Multiplicidade » 16h > 22h

WE SEE FIREWORKS/Helen Cole + STILL MÓVIL/Manuel Vason + O GRIVO » 11h > 18h

Trajal Harrell, Cecilia Bengolea, François Chaignaud, Marlene Monteiro Freitas

Maria Clara Villa Lobos

Céu/Volmir Cordeiro + Smurfeddin/Selim Ben Safia » 19h

Carta de amor ao inimigo » 19h

Grupo Cena 11 Cia. de Dança

Corpo-cópia: Library of performing rights » 17h > 19h Plantação/Árvores » 16h + 20h

Clarice Lima
(S) » 18h

Trajal Harrell
Big bang boom » 16h Untitled movements » 16h *

Pâquerette » 18h

Cecilia B. & François C. contact Gonzo Clarice Lima João Penoni

EAV Parque Lage

Michelle Martins Moura
World of interiors » 17h Cena familiar » 18h

Ana Borralho & João Galante Celina Portella
Troubadour » 19h

Plantação/Árvores » 17h Incorpóreo » 18h

Lula Pena

Teatro Armando Gonzaga Campo de Santana

Céu/Volmir Cordeiro + Smurfeddin/Selim Ben Safia » 20h Melt down » 12h + 13h + 17h + 18h

Katana » 20h

Cia R.E.C. | Alice Ripoll Rosemary Lee

*This presentation will also happen at the Carioca metro station, on 12/11, at 12h + 17h

Program may change.

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