VIRTUAL DRAMATURGY ROOM
WITH AVE TERRENA, DANIEL VEIGA, DIONE CARLOS, LEONARDA GLÜCK, LUCAS MOURA, PAULO HENRIQUE SANT’ANNA e VICTOR NÓVOA. MEDIATED BY ALDRI ANUNCIAÇÃO
Collective action carried out through a virtual platform in which writers from Brazil and Portugal simultaneously intersect their research, procedures, and devices under the present and attentive gaze of the audience. The creations can be seen online, via the link provided, or through projections in Festival venues.
AVE TERRENA (BRA)
playwright, poet, theater director, performer, and teacher at Escola Livre de Teatro de Santo André. Author of eight texts staged in Brazil and around the world, such as “E Lá Fora o Silêncio” and “As 3 Uiaras de SP City,” with the LABTD group – Laboratório de Técnica Dramática, “Segunda Queda,” “Lugar da Chuva,” and “Cartas de Una Travesti Brasileña.”
DANIEL VEIGA (BRA)
DIONE CARLOS (BRA)
LEONARDA GLÜCK (BRA)
actress, playwright, and theater director, graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Paraná at Unespar. Co-founder of Companhia Silenciosa and Coletivo Selvática Ações Artísticas, in Curitiba. In 2016, she published the book “A Perfodrama de Leonarda Glück – Literaturas Dramáticas de Uma Mulher (Trans) de Teatro.” Her most recent works in theater are “A Mesa” (2019), “Infâmia” (2021), and “Trava Bruta” (2021).
LUCAS MOURA (BRA)
PAULO HENRIQUE SANT’ANNA (BRA)
actor, educator, storyteller, and playwright. He brings in his aesthetic research the poetic translation and the denunciation of his experience on the banks of the Billings dam in the south of São Paulo. Member and co-founder of Grupo Identidade Oculta and Associação Cultural Cafundós. He signs the dramaturgy of the shows “Histórias do Velho Batista”, “Francisca: Travessia”, and “Kalunga Grande: Rios de Sangue, Corpos Negros Jogados ao Mar”.
VICTOR NÓVOA (BRA)
graduated from the School of Communications and Arts at USP and has a master’s degree in performing arts from Unesp. He works at A Digna as a playwright and producer. He published four dramaturgy books. He received the V Prêmio Aplauso Brasil for best dramaturgy and, with A Digna, the one from the São Paulo Association of Art Critics for new scenic proposals. He coordinated performing arts action at the Nove de Julho University for nine years.