The Indiscrete Noise the Rain Makes (2008)
Immodest memories of interpreters, who sprang from the history of the mansion built in the 30s – and today the Company’s headquarters – and its surroundings, the stories of people who accessed the virtual test room (www.ciacorposnomades.blogspot.com) – created to feed the drama with stimuli for the free expression of its members – and authors such as Fernando Pessoa, Beckett, Marie Berard-Koltès and Oswald de Andrade are all primary references for choreographic and dramaturgical construction of O Barulho Indiscreto da Chuva (2008) – The Indiscreet Noise the Rain Makes (2008). These stimuli are part of the scenic research proposed by John Andreazzi to Cia. Bodies Nomads, named by him choreodramaturgraphy, to create a show that combines contemporary dance, theater, video art, and music.
This paper seeks through body images, video and voice; engage the nomadic public in situations that evoke the body versus the abandonment, time, love, sexuality and madness. We call the public “nomadic”, because it follows the development of the show throughout the headquarters’ space, with scenes that occupy different environments, working with the memory of a building that once was, among other things, housing for a family with an orchard in the background, and Oswald de Andrade the artist as neighbor, and in front the College Des Oiseaux, which in the 70s became a ballroom (gafieira hall).
The structure of the show unfolds like a cinematic film, the choreodramaturgraphies edited according to the plot and fusions generated by the creative process, involving the smells, sounds, textures and these indiscreet timeless memories that are present in figures that lie between reality and fiction.
– Prêmio Funarte de Dança Klauss Vianna 2007.
– Funarte, Klauss Vianna Dancing Prize 2007.