“DIZEM QUE OS MILAGRES EXISTEM…” – THEATER SHOW
“Dizem que os milagres existem…” comedy-drama. A great story about friendship and a fatal love triangle.
The idea came from Fábio Ferreira to produce a Dostoyevsky scenic adaptation of the classic text “A faint heart”.
In return for your support we offer, in addition to the rewards listed, a theater show about a life story, intense, tender and sentimental. Help us to realize this madness!
DIZEM QUE OS MILAGRES EXISTEM…
Theater show – “A faint heart” by Fiódor Dostoievski. 80 minutes | M/12
Vasco is a young passionate, pure and naive, but fragile, whom happiness seems upset. Loved by André his inseparable friend, in love with Helena and recognized in their work, Vasco develops guilt feelings for fear not meet the others expectations.
Involved in an explosive atmosphere, in passionate and intense dialogues, Vasco live mixed emotions, wandering between hallucinate passion and gratitude . André will be your great support. We see the powerless search attempt to return sanity to the friend.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
“Dizem que os milagres existem…” is a theater show directed by Guilherme Filipe, played by Fábio Ferreira and Guilherme Barroso. First presentation will occur in September in Comuna Teatro de Pesquisa in Lisbon. 2016 aim is bring this show to several theaters by Portugal. Participation in international theater festivals should take place in 2017.
BUDGET AND DUE DATES
We want you to feel part of this production, we will be as transparent as possible about the spending value. This budget aims to cover the direct production costs such as licenses, graphic production and design, scenery and costumes. The rewards will be handed out at the ticket office of the Comuna Teatro de Pesquisa.
- Licenses and fees 671.60€
- Flyers and posters 105.68€
- Communication 274.50€
- Advertising 290.00€
- Ticket (expense) 528.14€
- Scenography 500.00€
- Costumes 200.00€
- Premier Event 300.00€
- TOTAL AMOUNT 2,869.92€
Premier | Comuna Teatro de Pesquisa – Lisbon
15 September – 02 October 2016
Thu, Fri and Sat 21h30 – Sun 16h30