HYPER AMAZONIAN PEDAL by Wilson Sukorski
The hyper Amazonian pedal is a simulacrum of a reality that is happening now - the pedal formed by the continuous sound of living things in the Amazon, in addition to the other sound forces of Nature. Through a construct in Live / MAX MSP for automatic reproduction, controlled randomness and sound transformation of small passages, arranged in an immense audio bank collected by me + associates / partners in the most diverse situations in the Hiléia Amazônica.
EVERY KING DESERVES KISS FROM REALITY by Christina Fornaciari
"Every king deserves a kiss from reality" is a performance about the abysmal distance between State and society, where making politics have become an anti-democratic device.
VIDEOTANGO VIDEOPERFORMANCE BY OTÁVIO DONASCI WITH PLASMACRIATURA OF 42 INCH
Character literally immersed in an everyday sea seems to be being "drowned" or rejected by everyone including those who apparently love him. PlasmaCriatura dances live with the people present. Body Performer: Otavio Donasci. Virtual performers: Achileu Nogueira, Lucy Costa. Event: II BODEARTE (Natal, R. Grande do Norte, Brazil, 2012).
RIO BABILÔNIA (1982) by Neville D’almeida
With first features, experimental and underground deeds, being sistematically prohibited by the Brazilian military government, Neville D'Almeida continued to be a censored filmmaker even after he reached the post of box office champion wirth "A Dama do Lotação" on account of the themes of his films. In "Rio Babilônia", which holds the record of the most replayed film on Brazilian television, the director unveils the real Rio de Janeiro that hides underneath the touristic façade of "wonder city", going neck deep in plots that exploit corruption, gold smuggling, drugs and, of course, sumptuous orgies in a Brazilian "La Dolce Vita" that only Neville D'Almeida could pull off, with an atmosphere completed by Robson Jorge and Lilcoln Olivetti's anthologic soundtrack.
MUNDO GRAMPEADO by Marcus Galina and Companhia Monte de Gente
Mundo Grampeado - Uma Opera Tecno-Tosca is an underground musical from Rio, a mixture of political satire and comedy of customs. Staged by the artistic collective Cia Monte de Gente and written by playwright Marcus Galiña, it prophetically narrates, in a rambling plot, a few years before its completion, the rise of fascist forces in Brazil. It tells the story of a pirate radio located in a favela in Rio, which has access to a wiretapping device, causing immense turmoil in local and global geopolitics. For the Downtown Variety, is the final scene of the play that will be presented, where the protagonist dialogues with the statue of Christ the Redeemer, ending in an unusual musical Duet.
ZECA MARUNGO by Rui Moreira
Live and interactive performance transmitted in real time. Under the mask the creative interpretation in an improvised session with percussive sound. Marungo - clowns of kings' revelries "The Marungos have rules to obey. One of them is to respect the house where they enter. Another important aspect is to sing, no matter for whom. An old singer in the group watching me dance said: 'This fellow there is an old bastion, he knows how to dance!
BERLAN by Pedro Granato and Teatro Pequeno Ato
Pedro Granato presents the solo performance “Berlam”, an unique post-everything character that tells with music and sarcastic humour what is happening in Brasil 2021, directly from the theater Pequeno Ato in downtown São Paulo. Berlam was in the soundtrack of the movie "José e Pilar" about Saramago and launched the album Berlam e Banda Larga as a performer and songwriter. For two years, had the weekly program Berlam's Concert on IG portal.
A OBSCENA SENHORA HH by Jurandy Valença
The performance action consists of reading fragments of prose and poetry by Brazilian author Hilda Hilst (1930-2004), one of the most important names in Brazilian literature. Her work brings together the sacred and the profane, eroticism and pornography, having written both poetry and prose, as well as chronicles and theater.
BY A THREAD by Gabriela Leite
It brings together movement, music, and dramaturgy, in a dialogue between languages. The drama in the face of psychic fragility, the fear of loss, madness and loneliness faced because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Between the scream and the silence, the transgression of space, oscillations between catharsis and withdrawal invite the viewer to dive into their own emotional experiences and welcome them as pertinent to the human condition.