Quem fala assim

May 28, 2021

Synopsis

Stuttering is a communication disruption, in which one knows exactly what he means, but his speech turns out not to be fluent. The sound result derived from this disturbance is deeply expressive and musical. WHO SPEAKS So is a multidisciplinary project that unites two composers in collaborative work, instrumentalists and multimedia artists in a show about the sound and artistic potential of stuttering. Parallel to the artistic creation/concern, this project seeks to intervene in the social reflection for stuttering. In this way, public sessions of debate and training are planned on the main impetus for this creative process: the communicative limitations of a stutterer and its social consequences. When we consider speech a musical expression, with gesture, melody, rhythm and harmony itself, stuttering is a means of parametric variation. If we add the fact that there are no two equal stutters, each with different types of pauses, repetitions and interjections, the palette of possibilities is immense. With this show we intend to value and salute the human difference, through a narrative that addresses the origin of stuttering, its constraints, prejudices, inhibitions and myths. WHO SPEAKS So intends to be an artistically experimental and eclectic project, of sociocultural intervention.

Tickets Price

5€ – general public
3€ – students / members Interferência / members Associação Portuguesa de Gagos

Place

Sala Principal do Teatro Municipal Sá de Miranda

Date

May 28, 2021

Sessions

Friday
9:00 pm.

Approximate duration

90 minutes

Age Rating

M/14

Production

José Tiago Baptista and Manuel Brásio

More Information

Composition and Artistic Direction
José Tiago Baptista e Manuel Brásio

Violin and Viola d’Arco
Teresa Silva

Percussion
José Silva

Director of Actors and Staging
Ivo Romeu Bastos

Video Capture and Realization
Afonso Barros

Electronic
Filipe Fernandes

Sound Technician
Tiago Candal

Photo
Clara Araújo

Graphic Design
Susana Carreiras

Support
Câmara Municipal de Viana do Castelo, Direção Geral das Artes, Antena2, Fablab Porto e AISCA