2016

GARRINCHA

a street opera

Teatro Paulo Autran SESC Pinheiros

Sao Paulo, Brésil

mise en scène, scénographie, lumières │ Robert Wilson

texte │ Darryl Pinckney

musique │ Hal Willner

co-mise en scène │ Charles Chemin

costumes │ Carlos Soto

collaboration à la scénographie │ Annick Lavallée-Benny

collaboration lumières │ John Torres 

maquillages │ Manuela Halligan

coordination lumières │ Marcello Lumaca

assistant mise en scène │ André Guerreiro Lopes

avec │ Carol Bezerra, Claudia Noemi, Claudinei Brandão, Cleber D'Nuncio, Dandara Mariana, Daniel Infantini, Fernanda Faran, Jhe Oliveira, Lucas Wickhaus, Naruna Costa, Nathália Mancinelli, Roberta Estrela D’Alva, Robson Catalunha

et la participation exceptionnelle de Bete Coelho, Lígia Cortez, Luiz Damasceno 

musiciens │ Alexandre Ribeiro, Fabricio Rosil, João Poleto, Roberta Valente, Samba Sam et Zé Barbeiro

production │ Sesc Sao Paulo et Change Performing arts Milan

Garrincha - a street opera is a musical evening based on the life of the Brazilian football legend. Garrincha was part of the team that won the World Cup in 1958 and 1962 and made Brazil respected throughout the sport. The love of Garrincha's life was Elza Soares, herself a legend, the fiery songbird of the favela. Garrincha's stardom on the field was brief and his marriage to Elza also came to an end in time, but the joy of his style of playing and the love he and Elza shared lives on. In Garrincha, Robert Wilson's aesthetic meets the beat and color of a hopeful Brazil.

 

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