The eighth session of Reading Theater with Science took place on September 21, at 6 pm, at Galeria Santa Clara. We read String Fever, from Jacquelyn Reingold, translated by the Collaborative Translation Project volunteers.
The original text, as well as the translation made by the Collaborative Translation Project are available for consultation or loan at CDAPC.
Galeria Santa Clara | Coimbra
September 21st, 2022 | 6:00 pm
Age rating | 12+
Running time | aprox. 2 hours
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In this play, Lily, the main character, juggles big themes, such as the Theory of Everything, artificial insemination and her arrival at 40. All this surrounded by the jokes of her best friend, an Icelandic comic, a physicist who loves cats, an ex-boyfriend who always carries a chair with him and her no-longer-suicidal father.
Artistic Direction Mário Montenegro
Coordination Vicente Paredes
Revision Ana Lobo e Vicente Paredes
Executive Production Francisca Moreira e Carolina Andrade
Translation Alexandre Carvalho, Ana Botelho, António Calheiros, Carolina Andrade, Cátia Soares, Cristina Rufino, Filipe Eusébio, Francisca Moreira, Ana Alberto, Mónica Bárbara, Nelson Rodrigues, Ricardo Jerónimo, Vicente Paredes
Reading Mário Montenegro, Francisca Moreira, Vicente Paredes, Carolina Andrade, António Calheiros, Artur Rodrigues, Beatriz Ferreira, Cátia Soares, Clara Miranda, Joana Corker, Juliana Roseiro, Maria Lobo, Matilde Pereira, Mónica Bárbara, Nuno Morais, Ricardo Jerónimo, Rosália Rodrigues, Alexandre Carvalho, Zé Ribeiro
This session was supported by
Galeria Santa Clara
With the Support of
Direção-Geral das Artes
Município de Coimbra
MAFIA – Federação Cultural de Coimbra