LIBRATION (i), by Lluïsa Cunillé
Libration is the meeting of two women in a city park during three full-moon nights. Its cold, perhaps it’s winter or end of October.
In this park, where all the urban furniture is iron, there is a little horse that shrieks when its swings, invoking images of childhood. There are posters that prohibit dogs off their leaches, and the police is cyclically patrolling all real presences.
The words, strategies, recognitions, memories, needs, the child of one and the dogs of the other.
Two women around a discovery.
Author: Lluïsa Cunillé
Translation: Carla Miranda / Cristina Carvalhal
Direction: Cristina Carvalhal
Scenography: Cláudia Armanda
Costumes: Catarina Barros
Lighting design: Jorge Ribeiro
Sound design: Luís Aly
Photography: Paulo Pimenta
Graphic design: Maria&Gon
Cast: Carla Miranda and Maria do Céu Ribeiro
Off Voice: Maria Fernanda Barros
Light and sound technician: Hugo Amaral
Executive Production: Cândida Silva
Location: Estúdio Zero, Porto
Dates: September 27thto November 4th, 2007
Digression: Vila Real; Lisbon
Production As Boas Raparigas
(i) Libración, in the original Catalan