Crítica publicada no Jornal O Globo

O Que Imagino Sobre a Morte

Reviewed by Silvia Soter (Jornal O Globo, Segundo Caderno, 17/05/2009)

“(…) Strongly connected with the music which is composed through the rhythm of the bodies, both in its synchronicity and collectivity, most of this piece is structured in solos and brief encounters among the dancers.

As a first impression, the presence of three mature dancers raises the question of the time changes in the very dancing body, which imposes new limits and qualities. The denseness in Paulo Marques’ presence as well as Toni Rodrigues and Esther Weitzman’s peacefulness on stage are the fruit of experience. Speed and agility make space for an economical dance mainly based on small gestures and expressions.

The choreographer’s duet with Toni Rodrigues is a beautiful moment in the piece. The repetition of a couple’s dance, to which variations are added at a time, gradually builds the feeling of transformation and highlights the gaps printed in the relationship by time.”

Reviewed by Silvia Soter (Jornal O Globo, Segundo Caderno, 17/05/2009)

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