A Cia London (@cialondon) apresenta:
"Manjar dos Deuses"
“Manjar dos Deuses’” é uma comédia de tom colaborativo e nessa
temporada comemora dez anos de sucesso em São Paulo.
O roteiro é objetivamente simples: E se as chaves do Monte Olimpo estivessem sumidas? Como seria a reação de cada um desses deuses tão humanamente engraçados?
Não há uma estrela em Manjar dos Deuses. Existe a constelação, o grupo; e o engraçado é vê-lo junto. Cada ator construiu seu Deus com os traços marcantes da egrégora daquele Deus Greco-romano e sua metáfora e da personalidade mitologicamente atribuída com pitadas clown – criando uma família divertidíssima e uma acelerada comédia de perder o fôlego de tanto rir.
Então pegue um prato pra quebrar e seja bem-vindo à nossa família!
Produção: Cia London.
Classificação: 14 anos
Duração: 1h 25
Texto e Direção : Rafael Mallagutti
Assist direção: Thais Coelho
Produtor executivo: Dyego Antonini
Produtores: Victor Garbossa e Thainá Schichi
Sonoplastia: Márcio Vidgoy
Iluminação: Yumi Mandu
Apoio: Artes de Minas, Time de Elenco, Planetas, Luna Di Capri, Frango com Tudo
Como Apolo – Rafael Mallagutti
Como Zeus – Victor Garbossa
Como Atena – Thais Coelho
Como Poseidon – Mateus Polli
Como Ártemis – Letícia Navarro
Como Ares – Vinícius Fratti
Como Hermes – Renan Rezende
Como Afrodite – Fernanda Godoy
Como Deméter – Caio Baldin
Como Dionísio – Felipe Cantoni
Como Hera – Regiane Sant´anna/ Carmen Guimarães.
Como Hades – Lucas Saporetti
Onde: Espaço dos Parlapatões
Sábados, 21h de 19 de outubro a 9 de novembro.
Endereço: Praça Franklin Roosevelt, 158 - Consolação, São Paulo – SP
Telefone: (11) 3258-4449
Valor: R$60 inteiras
Aceita-se todo tipo de cartão de crédito e débito.
Acessibilidade a cadeirantes.
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UNVEILING: Today, we are thrilled to announce the answer to all the riddles about our evolution: next week, we will begin limited canning! On Saturday, October 26, we will release two special beers in our first 4 packs of 16oz cans. After the launch, cans will continue to be available at the brewery and at some of your favorite restaurants (More details about the 26th and distribution soon). Thanks, Missoula, for helping us reach this stage; we hope that this evolution increases our ability to be of service to this community. Feeling grateful to @westerncider for loaning us their forklift to unload the cans! Tonight, Edwin Johnson plays the taproom from 6-8pm. #love#evolution#craftbeer#beer#service#community#missoula#montana#music#gratitude
Album Title: A Moon Shaped Pool
Best Songs: Burn the Witch, Daydreaming, Decks Dark, Ful Stop, Glass Eyes, The Numbers, Present Tense
I'm well aware that this is the third Radiohead review I've done in the past week, but honestly, can you blame me? With albums like OK Computer, Kid A, and In Rainbows under their belt, they essentially defined a decade. And even their lesser albums like Hail to the Thief and The Bends are still better than almost everything else that was being done around the same time as those albums. Then quality was thrown out the window with The King of Limbs, and after that I was unsure if Radiohead could ever come back from it. However, they proved me wrong with one of their most subtle, most easy going, and most unique projects ever. This album took a little bit to grow on me, but that was really only because this wasn't what I expected to hear from a Radiohead album. It's so nuanced and empty in a lot of places, that at certain points I forgot I was listening to Radiohead. However, that seems to have been the point, and once I figured that out I was all over this album. This feels in many ways like a sequel to In Rainbows, as this album builds off of what In Rainbows did, and then took more from Radiohead's other albums and became just a much larger amorphous of things Radiohead does. Unlike the past couple albums, this one has a larger emphasis on guitar, much like Pablo Honey. The album also pulls the synth elements from Kid A, the drumming off of In Rainbows, and the raw alternative aesthetic from Ok Computer and forms a very cerebral and very beautiful album. The album also contains alot of it's own ideas, the most prominent being a string section in quite a few songs. I will say this album is a slowburner. In fact at some points, it may seem too slow, but I would say that helps the album more than anything else to differentiate itself from the rest of Radiohead's work. This is its own beast entirely separate from the rest of Radiohead's discography, and marks what I believe to be the starting of a new chapter for Radiohead's music. All I can say is it'll be one fantastic chapter.
A BIG THANK YOU!!!! To everyone that came out today for the Daytimer's Luncheon at FFUMC in Franklin, TN! To see you singing with us (and some were even dancing!) was a pure delight. YOU are why we love to play. Hope to have the pleasure of playing for you again, and maybe we can have the whole band with us next time. ✌️💖🎵
. .... uma paixão que me atravessou AR entre tempos >
M Ú S I C A |!|!|!|!|!|
Arte de combinar os sons entre os silêncios •
Remembering a beautiful soul. Love you Mike ❤
It's like he was actually jamming to this song. Which he also did guitar for, that creative soul.
We had a celebration of life for him this past weekend, with many of his friends, along with his brother came to watch videos of him and hear his music, see pictures and reminisce on the good times.
Thanks to everyone who joined us.