The Great Puppet Theatre
The play brings the idea of a vampire who is in love with the dawn. The play's primary sources of reference are the classic "Nosferatu" and "The Theatre du Grand-Guignol" – a traditional theatre genre in France at the end of the 19th century, a mix of horror and variety.
It employs a contemporary approach to the theme, making use of visual effects and original songs.
In this fantastic drama, Ulpir, the vampire, tries to rescue his human dimension and falls in love with the young Aurora.
Louis, the young cinematographer, brings up the memory of the tragic encounter him and the vampire had when they ended up nurturing a desire for the same lady and the immortality.
The show delivers a new concept for theatre: the one of the sound design. The show is entirely developed alongside a digital platform and a surround 7.1:0 system, which is placed in different spots around the theatre and is played accordingly to what happens on stage.
"The light design by Jorginho de Carvalho is very expressive, and it contributes decisively to highlighting the multiple emotional games. The set design and props by Karlla de Luca are in perfect consonance with the context, being the sound design by Daniel Belquer and the original score by Alexandre Bräutigam of an excellent standard."
Teatro/Crítica - Lionel Ficher
[GRAPHIC DESIGN] Maurício Grecco
[SKETCHES] Karlla de Luca
[COSTUMES] Fernanda Sabino and Henrique Gonçalves
CAST & CREATIVE:
Directed by: Gustavo Bicalho
Written by: Gustavo Bicalho
Cast: André Millions, André Pimentel, Diogo Fujimura, Marcos Guilhon, Marise Nogueira, Oscar Fabião and Virgínia Martins
Music Director: Daniel Belquer
Original Score: Alexandre Bräutigam
Sound Designer: Alexandre Bräutigam and Daniel Belquer
Movement director: Paulo Mazzoni
Light Designer: Jorginho de Carvalho
Costume Design and Props by: Fernanda Sabino and Henrique Gonçalves
Makeup Artist: Mona Magalhães
Set Design and Set Props by: Karlla de Luca
Mask: Marise Nogueira
History Researcher: José Caminha
Graphic Designer: Maurício Grecco
Photographer: Jackeline Nigri
Assistant Light Designer: Pedro Forjaz.
Light Operator: Rodrigo Belay
Assistant Light Operators: Daniel Galvan, Luis Oliva and Felipe Medeiros
Sound Operator: Fernanda Sabino
Costume Pattern Cutter: Glória Tranjan
Seamstress: Zeny Gonçalves
Shoe Maker: Ernesto Spain
Iron Sculpture artist: João Bardavid
Set Builder: Antônio Ronaldo
Marketing and promocion: Summer-i
RP: Evandro Rius
Media Agency: Slapt! Produções
Production Manager: Henrique Gonçalves
Producer: Marta Paiva
Year of Production: Artesanal Cia. de Teatro / 2010