14.4.10

"(...) Quand un homme souffle dans une flûte avec sa bouche, ses familiers eux-mêmes ont grand'peine à reconnaître ses traits (...) la flûte, en occupant et obstruant la bouche, ôte au musicien la voix et la parole."
Plutarque, Vie d'Alcibiade

13.3.10

CADERNO DE IMAGENS Nº 1





distribuição gratuita de 100 exemplares por cada dia de espectáculo

9.3.10

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Surprise surprise,

You're on your own

(the presets)

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7.3.10

(André senta-se e assiste)

SHOOT THE FREAK

Abre a cortina ao som de Alabama Jubelee. Pessoas vão espreitando. Flautista entra. Tenta tocar na flauta. Parte a flauta. Sai.
A barraca
Shoot the Freak abre.

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Nager quelque part ... Jeter quelque part ... Veillir quelque part ... Dormir quelque part.


(Martin Parr / Vincent Delerm)


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6.3.10


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Coxa:
Não te vás embora.
Flautista: Eu não me vou embora. Vou só á casa de banho.

(flautista sai)

Velha: É o terceiro que perdemos, temos de deixar de acreditar que saem para ir à casa de banho.



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4.3.10


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Mayor:
Tenho sono. Muito sono. Deixa-me estar aqui com a miúda. Desde que tudo aconteceu que só sinto sono. Quanto mais sei mais sono sinto.



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2.3.10



Noel:
Não sei se estou a perceber... Olha e o quadro!, desapareceu?
Velha: Era feio.




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Coxa :
... fazem hoje precisamente 80 anos, 14 minutos e 59 segundos que desapareceram as nossas crianças.


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27.2.10

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Is anything wrong / oh love is anything right

(lhasa)


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24.2.10

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Coxa:
Mas porque é que toda a gente me odeia ?
Cidadão: Não seja ridícula. Ainda nem toda a gente a conhece.




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Coxa:
Eles dão um passo à frente, depois dão um passo atrás, e quando derem por si estão a dançar a macarena.




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23.2.10


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Coxa: Sou uma pessoa mais interessante antes de me conhecerem.


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Cidadão:
Welcome to society.


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22.2.10




Mayor:
Os iluminados fodem, os mongos são fodidos. A história é assim.



21.2.10

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Capachinho Vermelho:
......... tens a certeza que a tua mãe morre antes de ti ?




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19.2.10

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Cidadão: Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot. (Twain, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn). (sai)

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7.2.10

: )))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) :p !

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The tragic protagonist must ask the first and last of all questions: What does it mean to be?

a. He must face the world alone, unaccomodated, and kick against his fate.

b. He can never escape his fate, but he will insist upon accepting fate on his own terms.

Shoot reality

suzete aos 10

suzete aos 20
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Shoot the characters







:p Stick Out Tongue Stick Out Tongue
;) Wink Wink
:D Big Grin Big Grin
:o Embarrassment Embarrassment
:) Smile Smile
:( Frown Frown
:confused: Confused Confused
:mad: Mad Mad
:rolleyes: Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
:cool: Cool Cool
:eek: EEK! EEK!

14.1.10



The video begins with the song CONEY ISLAND
sung in Yiddish and english by the Barry
Sisters.

From the 1920s song "Coney Island Washboard":

On her Coney Island washboard she would play
You could hear her on the boardwalk ev'ry day
Soap suds all around, bubbles on the ground
Rub-a dub-a dub in her little tub, all the tunes she found, hey!
Thimbles on her fingers make the noise,
She plays the Charleston on the laundry for the boys.
She can rag a tune right through the knees
Of a brand-new pair of BVD's.
Coney Island washboard roundelay.

12.1.10

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10.1.10

Pied Piper of Vasco Araújo

AQUI.

1935

"Classy"

Pied Piper sent this from his Indian Metal Band

Rat King - The plague of Hamelin

Dread Rat

Livre/o

Sweet Hereafter

LINK PARA VIDEO
"(...) The reference of the film is, of course, Robert Browning's famous poem The Pied Piper of Hamelin, repeatedly quoted through the film by Nicole, with the longest quote occurring when father takes her into the barn for sex. And the ultimate proto-Hegelian paradox (identity of the opposites) is that it is Stephens himself, the angry outsider, who is the true Pied Piper in the film. That is to say, the way the community survived the loss was to replace the dead child with the dreamed one: "It's the other child, the dreamed baby, the remembered one, that for a few moments we think exists. For those few moments, the first child, the real baby, the dead one, is not gone; she simply never was. What the successful litigation pursued by Stephens would have brought about is the disturbance of this fragile solution: the pacifying specter of the dreamed child would have disintegrated, the community would have been confronted with the loss as such, with the fact that their children DID exist and now NO L0NGER DO. So if Stephens is the Pied Piper of the film, his threat is that he will snatch away not the real children, but the dreamed ones, thus confronting the community not only with the loss as such, but with the inherent cruelty of their solution which involves the denial of the very existence of the lost real children. Is, then, this the reason Zoe lied? In a true stroke of a genius, Egoyan wrote an additional stanza in the Browning style, which Nicole recites over a close-up of her father's mouth after she has falsely implicated Dolores:

"And why I lied he only knew But from my lie this did come true Those lips from which he drew his tune Were frozen as the winter moon."

These frozen lips, of course, stand not only for the dead children, but also for Nicole's rejection of being further engaged in the incest: only her father knew the truth about why she lied at the hearing—the truth of her lie being a NO! to her father. And this NO! is at the same time a NO! to the community (Gemeinschaft) as opposed to society (Geseilschaft). When does one belong to a community. The difference concerns the netherworld of unwritten obscene rules which regulate the "inherent transgression" of the community, the way we are allowed/expected to violate its explicit rules. This is why the subject who closely follows the explicit rules of a community will never be accepted by its members as "one of us": he does not participate in the transgressive rituals which effectively keep this community together. And society as opposed to community is a collective which can dispense with this set of unwritten rules—since this is impossible, there is no society without community. This is where the theories which advocate the subversive character of mimicry get it wrong; according to these theories, the properly subversive attitude of the Other—say, of a colonized subject who lives under the domination of the colonizing culture—is to mimic the dominant discourse, but with a distance, so that what he does and says is like what the colonizers themselves do... almost like it, with an unfathomable difference which makes his Otherness all the more palpable. One is tempted to turn this thesis around: it is the foreigner emulating faithfully the rules of the dominant culture he wants to penetrate and identify with, who is condemned forever to remain an outsider, because he fails to practice, to participate in, the self-distance of the dominant culture, the unwritten rules which tell us how and when to violate the explicit rules of this culture. We are "in," integrated in a culture, perceived by their members is "one of us," only when we succeed in practicing this unfathomable DISTANCE from the symbolic rules—it is ultimately only this distance which exhibits our identity, our belonging to the culture in question. And the subject reaches the level of a true ethical stance only when he moves beyond this duality of the public rules as well as their superego shadow; in John Irving's The Cider-House Rules, these three levels of ethics are staged in an exemplary way. First, we get the straight morality (the set of explicit rules we choose to obey—Homer Wells, the novel's hero, chooses never to perform an abortion); then, we experience its obscene underside—this is what takes place in the "cider house" in which, while on seasonal work there, Homer learns that explicit rules are sustained by more obscene implicit rules with which it is better not to mess); finally, when, based on this experience, Homer acknowledges the necessity to BREAK the explicit moral rules (he performs an abortion), he reaches the level of ethics proper. And does the same not go also for Nicole in The Sweet Hereafter? Is Nicole's act not the gesture of asserting her distance towards both poles, the larger society as well as the "sweet hereafter" of the traumatized community and its secret rules?"
in THE ACT AND IT’S VICISSITUDES by ZZTOP

7.1.10

The Pier Piper of Newton


" ... when the French fell upon Newtown there were no young men ready to meet them in combat. They had all disappeared with the Piper into the dark woods all those years before."






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5.1.10

4.1.10

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In the year of 1284, on the day of Saints John and Paul
on the 26th of June
130 children born in Hamelin were seduced
By a piper, dressed in all kinds of colors,
and lost at the place of execution near the koppen.
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Evil is around here.

30.12.09

( do not ) say cheeeeeeeeese !

surrounded. maggie taylor

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