Will there be Cotton – or will it be Pacman? – on the stages of Portimão and Faro (with videos)

Susana Coelho, Flávia Gusmão, Chullage, Anabela Moutinho, Mauro Amaral, Algodão and António Júlio. These are the gentlemen – and the […]

Susana Coelho, Flávia Gusmão, Chullage, Anabela Moutinho, Mauro Amaral, Algodão and António Júlio. These are the gentlemen – and the ladies – who follow at the Tell Festival, which returns to the stage today, Thursday, the 10th, in the small auditorium of the Municipal Theater of Portimão, and tomorrow, the 11th, at the Teatro Lethes, in Faro, always at 21 pm.

And who is Cotton? It is the solo project of Carlos Nobre, known as Pacman in the extinct band Da Weasel. On these two nights, Algodão takes the stage in a register where the music serves the words.

For the stages of Portimão and Faro, will also pass Nuno Santos, better known in Portuguese hip-hop as Chullage. It has the art of improvisation, with the stated aim of awakening consciences with its rhymes.

Mauro Amaral, director of the documentary «Ilha», about the fishing community of Praia de Faro, is another of the creators of this session – the second – of the Tell Festival.

Susana Coelho is another guest this week. People from dance, music, theatre, literature, cinema…many records in the dark. Nobody will be indifferent!

António Júlio is a creator/director and will be on stage to demonstrate his skill, in the dark.

And what will an actress do in the dark, without even a little light on stage? Flávia Gusmão is an actress and will respond to that.

And Anabela Moutinho, what does she do, who is the president of the Cineclube de Faro, involved in these wanderings? Find out tonight in Portimão and tomorrow in Faro.

Tell, a performance festival, takes seven artists/creators/performers to the stage each night, in 10 minutes each to show what they have to say in the dark.

And it is in absolute darkness – only when the artist enters and leaves the scene do the lights come on, almost in twilight – that each of the seven will make the audience get involved, have fun, surprise themselves, scare them. if, sing, laugh, accompany the word, the music, the sounds, the silences, the screams.

For all this, you pay seven euros (one euro per artist). With very diverse proposals, why not find out what they have to say in the dark?

The Tell Festival is produced by Cassiopeia in conjunction with the Municipal Theaters of Faro and from Portimão. Until the end of the month, at Tempo (on Thursdays) and at Lethes (on Fridays) there will be a succession of proposals from all the artists/creators who accepted to respond to the challenge.
 

 

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