A small robot enters the stage, speaks into the microphone. Five people crawl to a water basin, accompanied by drones... The world of Lento e Largo seems to have fallen out of place - on another earth or in a distant future. Jonas Lopez and Lander Patrick use robots and human performers to create a utopia à la Hieronymus Bosch. They communicate, dance, kiss, act and obey as equals. As in the Bauhaus, the choreographers examine the relationship between man and machines, questioning the limits of systematization with humorous traits in which the distribution of roles is not always clear.
PRICE GROUP D
Advance booking: 16 € / 7 € / tanzcard, ViP-Abo 12 €
Evening box office: 17 € / 7 € / tanzcard, ViP-Abo 13 €
Artistic direction, choreography and performers: Jonas Lopes and Lander Patrick
Performers: Francisca Pinto, Lewis Seivwright, Mathilde Bonicel
Substitute dancer: Ana Vaz
Scenography and props: Rita Torrão
Scenography, light design and technical direction: Rui Daniel
Technical assitants: Joana Mário and Filipe Metelo
Make up: Filipa Vieira da Silva
Manager and production: Patrícia Soares
Touring management Portugal: Produção d’Fusão
Touring management International: Ingrida Gerbutaviciute
Photo: Tiago Coelho
Production: Sinistra Associação Cultural
Co-production: Rede 5 Sentidos (Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Centro de Artes de Ovar, O Espaço do Tempo, Teatro Académico Gil Vicente, Teatro Micaelense, Teatro Municipal da Guarda, Teatro Municipal do Porto – Rivoli, Teatro Nacional São João, Teatro Virgínia, Teatro Viriato), Theater Freiburg (D), Teatro do Bairro Alto
Residencies: Rede 5 Sentidos, Arts Printing House, Estúdios Victor Córdon, fabrik Potsdam, Município de Montemor-o-Novo
With friendly support of: Polo das Gaivotas, Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, República Portuguesa – Cultura / Direção-Geral das Artes
Thanks to: CINEL, City of Cartaxo, Joana Lino, 23 Milhas – City of Ílhavo, City of Montemor-o-Novo
Duration: about 85 minutes
An event by fabrik moves gUG in cooperation with fabrik Potsdam / Potsdamer Tanztage 2019. Funded by the Bauhaus heute Fund of the German Federal Cultural Foundation within the framework of 100 years Bauhaus, the state capital Potsdam and the state of Brandenburg.
With friendly support of the Mittelbrandenburgische Sparkasse.