Somewhere out of the World (2005)
In “Somewhere Outside World” the audience actively participates in the development of the plot, settling in tents that serve as shrines.
To follow the troupe in their utopian trip to this place – not just get carried away by the dream. But this trip is worth saying, it is not merely dream, although accompanied by unusual and quirky characters like Rimbaud, Artaud, Baudelaire, Cocteau, Mallarmé, Domenico de Masi, Umberto Eco, Buñuel, Fernando Pessoa and others. It is, instead, a big question of raw materials with which the company works since its inception: the man, the culture. This time, though nothing of the breath of delicious poetry of Paul Leminski, nothing of the investigation of urban hip-hop culture, or the sarcastic treatment of the contemporary world of fashion and consumption. Now, we try to subtly and humorously questioning two pillars of culture: tradition and communication. It is the attachment to tradition or even their denial the tone of the discourse that animates the cultural debate at least in recent centuries and that seems to annihilate the culture itself? It has not been the overuse of communication technology in the globalized culture responsible for contemporary incommunicado? There is possibility of seizure of all or part of our cultural phenomena in the context of everything is culture? As already said the other popular poet: “Stop the world, I wanna get off!” Who knows, traveling, camping … somewhere out in the world.
– Prêmio APCA (Associação Paulista de Críticos de Arte) 2005;
– APCA Prize (São Paulo Association of Art Critics) 2005
– Caixa Cultural 2007;
– Mostra Internacional de Artes Mediterrâneo – SESC/SP 2005;
– Int’l Expo of Arts Mediterranean – SESC/SP 2005
– Caravana de Teatro SESC/SP 2006;
– Theater Caravan SESC/SP 2006