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ESAP at FITEI’s 41st edition

ESAP 21 e 22 de Junho 2018

Concert for Syria, June 21 at 7 pm, at ESAP’s Auditorium

This concert for Syria, Music and Poetry, is a call to not forget such a near reality; that the war does not become a banality;

Art Direction
Paulo Alexandre Jorge and Roberto Merino
Ensemble Carl Orff
Ana Isabel Pereira soprano betel flute, Mafalda Fonseca - contralto bevel flute, Gilberto Teixeira tenor bevel flute, Afonso Bonito classical guitar, Tchissola Félix violin, Beatriz Correia cello, João Reis bass, Margarida Correia - piano, Musical Direction Mestre Paulo Alexandre Jorge
ESAP’s Theatre Stuednts:
Performers: David d'Oliveira, Filipa Pires, César Siqueira, Leandro Baptista, Nisa Sampaio, Raquel Ferreira, Ricardo Regalado, Thales Ferreira, special participation of the actor Fernando Soares and Cidália Santos


ESAP exercise, June 22 at 6:30 pm, at ESAP’s Piano Room

A Casa de Bernarda Alba questions the role of women in a conservative and sexist society in the Franco period in Spain. This text is also a reflection on prejudice, morality and power relations in an environment of ideological oppression. An austere woman who deprives her daughters of marriage and motherhood, living under social conventions even though they mean fatalities.

From A Casa de Bernarda Alba, by Federico García Lorca
Theatrical Direction Luísa Pinto
Interpretation Beatriz Lista, Inês Fonseca, Joana Freitas, Leonor Silva, Luana Rocha, Raquel Rafael, Teresa Nabais
Special participation Inês Cardoso
Scene Photography António Alves


Also held from June 18 to 22 at ESAP’s Gallery, the Exhibition - O Arquivo do TEP. Poética e Política – TEP (Portugal). The Exhibition opens on June 18 at 4 pm.

In the context of TEP’s 65th anniversary, this exhibition runs - in a non-systematic or exhaustive but representative way - 65 years of history and archive of the Theater Culture Circle - Porto Experimental Theater. It proposes a look based on poetic and political criteria that, deliberately, does not fit into a scientific view of the archive. Documents of a different nature - letters, minutes, press articles, censorship records, unplanned projects, etc. - will reveal the cultural and social rootedness of TEP and the shared construction of a heritage belonging to the city of Porto and Portugal.
Coordination Ana Temudo, Laura Castro; Production TEP; Support Árvore - Cooperativa de Actividades Artísticas, Norcopia