DOISMILEVINTEEDOIS

Cão Solteiro & Vasco Araújo

In the last 20 years, matter, space and time ceased to be what they were. We should hope for great transformations to occur in the matters of artistic techniques, affecting creation itself and even transforming our notion of art in itself.
In DOISMILEVINTEEDOIS, we go back to the disruptive attitude of the early 20th century vanguards, movements which created anti-art within art itself, and anti-theater within the theater, refusing all the past logic and projecting the future in such chaos. This is the 6th co-creation from Cão Solteiro with the artist Vasco Araújo in a collaboration that started in 2009.

São Luiz Teatro Municipal | Lisbon 2022

© Joana Dilão

script Cão Solteiro & Vasco Araújo

text Diogo Bento
set design Vasco Araújo
costume design Mariana Sá Nogueira
lighting design Daniel Worm d’Assumpção
sound design Miguel Lucas Mendes
sewing Teresa Louro, Rosário Balbi
technical coordination of the set design Cine-Set
construction of set design elements Bruno Bogarim
set design and costume design assistance Sara Vicente
sound recording studio Namouche
production director and photography Joana Dilão (CS)
production Mariana Sá Marques (CS)
press advisory Helena César (CS)

actors Cláudia Jardim, Greg Wohead, Letícia da Costa Gonçalves, Miguel Frazão, Noëlle Georg, Nuno Nolasco, Patrícia da Silva, Paula Sá Nogueira, Vasco Araújo e Bernardo Rocha, Bruno José Silva, Frederico Mendes, Guilherme Arabolaza, João Estevens, Mariana Sá Marques, Mariana Sá Nogueira, Raimundo Cosme, Rita Carolina Silva, Sara Vicente

Publishing Project
texts (programme)
Maria Sequeira Mendes, Nuno Fonseca, Pedro Faro
images (programme)
Mariana Sá Nogueira

Educational Project
theater interns
Carina Pico, Cátia Santos, Mariana Gomes (Curso Profissional de Artes do Espectáculo/Escola Básica e Secundária Passos Manuel)

support Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, Junta de Freguesia da Misericórdia, MadStunts, Optec

co-production Cão Solteiro Teatro, São Luiz Teatro Municipal

company financed by República Portuguesa | Cultura – Direcção Geral das Artes and Câmara Municipal de Lisboa

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