LOCATION: Pax Julia - Teatro Municipal, Beija
April 25-30, 2021
LOCATION: Casa das Artes Criacão Ambiente Utopias, São Tomé e Príncipe
March 9th 2021
LOCATION: Auditório Nacional Jorge Barbosa, Praia, Cabo Verde
Dancers should have modern/contemporary dance technique and partnering experience. Availability until April 2nd 2021.
This is a paid position.
AUDITION - January 9th 2021
LOCATION: Oeiras Dance Academy
Rua Mestre Aviz, 15 D 2780-230 Oeiras
If you are interested please email us at [email protected] with your resume and videos. We’ll provide more details on dates, rehearsals and fees.
@Auditório Princesa Benedita do Centro de Apoio Social de Oeiras Bilhetes (7,5€) à venda nos locais habituais. Reservas: 1820 (24 horas) INFORMAÇÕES: tel. 214 408 547
Contact Sublime Dance Company for more info @ [email protected]
Gala Colaborativa | Auditório Municipal Ruy de Carvalho em Carnaxide
@Templo da Poesia, Oeiras
@NOVA SBE, Carcavelos
Shooting dance-film at NOVA SBE, Carcavelos
@ Auditório Jerónimo Martins, Carcavelos
@ Auditório Ruy de Carvalho, Oeiras
APRIL 27, 2019 @ 21:00 (Premiere)
Photo by: Alex Wiczor
Performers: Diana Seabra, Carlota Rodrigues, Joana Marques, Pedro Carvalho, Marcelo Magalhães
Choreography: Olsi Gjeci
Event: Junta-te à dança
Place: Mercado De Benfica R. João Frederico Ludovice, Benfica, Lisboa, Portugal
A piece that embodies the idea that in life everything flows. Things happen one after the other and the human being plays, gets distracted and grows in that fluidity. Events flow and influence each other. As a result, a million facts conjugate themselves in infinite different forms. The ilusion of control may blind us from our own growth, for our only control lies on how we receive and deal with what happens to us. Illusion is attractive, seductive, persistent and perseverant. Our action is movement and movement is dance.
THE FLUDITY OF THINGS dances the action of 5 bodies in space, time, interelationships without forgetting the infinite possibilities for the same event. At the same time, other bodies defy the audience with the idea of stillness. What scares us the most? Fluidity or Stillness? Do we want to keep moving or do we want to stop?