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3,50 x 2,70 [three and a half two seventy]
Ana Rita Barata and Bruno Rodrigues/ CiM – Dance Company
Sign&Sound Theatre European project | Creative Europe Programme – European Commision

3.50 x 2.70 is a measure, perhaps a coordinate of space, lines, walls or borders, where men and women confront their fears in a play of words, but without words. These multiplied men and women are only two, and between movements and sounds they travel in dreams where what separates them, is nothing more than themselves. This is the battlefield of a war of contradictory feelings, of confrontations with reality lived and dreamed, where they protect a space that, after all, who does it belong to? What keeps them here is exactly the will to communicate, to listen and to kill what separates them.

3,50 x 2,70 [three and a half two seventy] tries to question the space of the other, the borders, from the inside out, from the outside to the inside, in a search of a common language where silence, words and gestures don’t belong to no one.

3,50 x 2,70 [three and a half two seventy] is a creation of Ana Rita Barata and Bruno Rodrigues./ CiM - Dance Company, interpreted by six deaf actors and listeners.

It’s an adaptation of the original piece of Eero Enqvist kukunor (with original title in Finnish kukunor ja unikuu or kukunor and unikuu adapted to English as "Guardians of Dreams"), within the European project Sign+Sound Theatre (Creative Europe Programme - European Commission).This project’s main objective is to promote the Deaf Theatre at European level and, in particular, the pioneering method of IBT (Innovative Bilingual Theater). This method explores new ways of creating inclusive art for an inclusive audience, allowing artists and spectators, deaf and hearing, to enjoy both the same and simultaneous artistic experience.

Sign and Sound Theater Europe (2017-2019) consists of a group of 9 partners from 6 European countries - Belgium, Brussels, Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal and the United Kingdom.

The performance premiered on the 20th and 21st of October 2018 at Teatro do Bairro in Lisbon and the was presented within the 1st edition of NO LIMITS FESTIVAL in Athens, Greece.

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Performance in Portuguese and Portuguese Sign Language

60' | > 6 years old 

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ARTISTIC AND TECHNICAL CAST

Co-organization | Vo’Arte, CiM – Companhia de Dança

Artistic direction | Ana Rita Barata, Pedro Senna Nunes

Creation and conception | Ana Rita Barata, Bruno Rodrigues

Cast | Armando Luís, Lucília Raimundo, Marta Sales, Pedro Ribeiro, Sara Montalvão, Tony Weaver

Portuguese Sign Language consulting and coordination | Joana Sousa

Portuguese Sign Language interpreters | Rui Pedro Oliveira, Valentina Carvalho, João Costa

Costumes | Mafalda Estácio

Light design | Cláudia Rodrigues

Scene direction | Patrícia Soares

Photography | João Pedro Rodrigues

Production, English translation and subtitling adaptation | Rita Piteira

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Executive direction CiM | António Barata

Executive coordinator CiM | Célia Carmona

Production and communication direction Vo’Arte | Rita Piteira

Production Vo’Arte | Gabriel Lapas e Joana Gomes

Video post-production Vo’Arte | João Dias

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Vo’Arte financed by Dgartes, República Portuguesa – Cultura

Project co-financed by  European Project ABBA – Audience Blending by Arts, Creative Europe Program – European Commision

Artistic residences and rehearsals | SOUDOS – Espaço Rural das Artes e EVC – Estúdios Victor Córdon, Pró.Dança

Partner | APCL – Lisbon Cerebral Palsy Association

Support | Municipality of Lisbon, Estrela Parish Council, Antena 1 and Antena 3

Special Thanks to | Amílcar Furtado, Luzia Tavares, Sónia Tébus, Gonçalo M. Tavares and students Faculdade Motricidade Humana

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