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A man and a woman enter the scene and approach each other, carefully and technically arranging themselves in a romantic pose that extends throughout the duration of the show.

In order to create a metaphor around the fairy tales that populate the imagination of all of us, Lígia Soares presents Cinderela. A play that assumes itself as a dialogue about romantic love that, in its resistance to a change of position, reveals an analogy to social immobility.

Actors Crista Alfaiate and Cláudio da Silva represent on stage a Cinderella and a prince of modern times, a couple affected by a latent conflict, resulting from the asymmetries of their social strata.


Direction and Text Lígia Soares Co-creation and Interpretation Cláudio da Silva and Crista Alfaiate Music and support to dramaturgy Mariana Ricardo Scenery Henrique Ralheta Luz Rui Monteiro Rehearsal Assistance Mia Tomé Production Máquina Pleasant

Co-production São Luiz Municipal Theater, Porto-Rivoli Municipal Theater, Aveirense Theater and Viriato Theater Support O Espaço Do Tempo, Olga Roriz Company and Das Gaivotas Cultural Pole (Cml)

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