YOLO

YOLO

SARA INÊS GIGANTE
LISBON PREMIERE
AUTHOR(S)
Sara Inês Gigante
DATE
3rd, 4th and 5th June
07:00pm
DURATION
90’
LOCAL
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CLASSIFICATION
M/14
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Synopsis

I decided to do this show after a phone call I had with my mother. I was speaking with her about my impotence. More specifically, we spoke for an hour about ways I could get my own house. The most viable solution, and one of those that always impressed me the most for several reasons, would be to buy some land on the outskirts of Lisbon, and buy a prefabricated house. I realized that what seemed the most viable solution, was still a long way from being viable. Or perhaps not…
We finished our call and I went looking for land on the internet.
Then I researched prefabricated houses, their prices and characteristics.
Then I researched how to get a home loan.
Then I researched whether banks would lend me money for this.
Then I thought. I thought a lot.
Then I decided I would do the show.
And then, of course, I called my mother again.

 

Bio

Sara Inês Gigante
Born in 1994. Trained in the acting course at the Academia Contemporânea do Espectáculo – Teatro do Bolhão in Porto, and obtained a degree in acting from the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema in Lisbon. In 2015, she participated in a collective with Peça Romântica Para um Teatro Fechado by Tiago Rodrigues at Teatro do Bairro. In 2017/2018, she interned as an actress in the Teatro Nacional D. Maria II. She has worked with Jorge Silva Melo, Alex Cassal, Bruno Bravo, Pedro Gil and Pedro Frias, among others. In 2019, she was assistant director on the show A Matança Ritual de Gorge Mastromas by Dennis Kelly, directed by Tiago Guedes at TNDMII.

Technical Sheet

Creation
Sara Inês Gigante

Dramaturgy
Joana Bértholo

Cast
Gonçalo Carvalho
João Estima
Lia Carvalho

Creative process support
João Nunes Monteiro

Scenography
F. Ribeiro desenho de luz Manuel Abrantes

Sonoplasty
Gonçalo Carvalho

Artistic residency
Espaço do Tempo

Coproduction and support
DuplaCena (Festival Temps d’Images)
Teatro Municipal Baltazar Dias
Teatro Municipal Sá de Miranda (CDV)
Devir Capa
Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (FES)
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Acknowledgements
Manuel Poças
Paulo Azevedo