We’re Gonna Be Alright

Cão Solteiro & André Godinho

“I have told myself a thousand times not to be shocked again by
what people will do to have fun, for reasons they cannot explain.”
Will Self, My Idea Of Fun

Following We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes, Play, The Film and Day for Night, the theatre company Cão Solteiro and filmmaker André Godinho proceed with the research on the relationships between theatre and film, this time approaching commercial cinema.
Working with everything an audience expects from a blockbuster, the show is built with the most spectacular elements: special effects.
Those effects do not serve, in this case, a narrative – they take its place, postponing it indefinitely – and because they’re out of context, they are no longer special.
As in old cinema, functioning as a fair attraction, what will be seen is spectacle for spectacle, effect without cause, an assemblage of attractions.
We’re Gonna Be Alright is a blockbusted with sex, blood and violence.
Culturgest  | Lisbon 2017

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script Cão Solteiro and André Godinho
set design Cão Solteiro and André Godinho in collaboration with Vasco Araújo
costume design Mariana Sá Nogueira
lighting design Daniel Worm d’Assumpção
original music Filipe Sambado
sound design Emídio Buchinho
hair and make-up design Olga José . Sofia Frazão
wig Fátima Sousa
props Ana Alves . Nuno Tomaz

director André Godinho
director of photography João Ribeiro
colorist Andreia Bertini

texts (programme) Francisco Frazão . Maria Sequeira Mendes . Mariana Sá Nogueira . Nuno Fonseca

production and photography Joana Dilão

actors Ana Alves . Cecília Henriques . Crista Alfaiate . Paula Sá Nogueira, . Rafaela Jacinto
special participation Daniel Seabra

residency O Espaço do Tempo
a co-production with Culturgest

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