Premiere this week! “It makes you angry to look back.”

“Looking back is angry.”

(Looks back in anger)

By John Osborne

Directed by Frederico Corrado

Premiere May 5 – 9:30 p.m.

5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15 and 27 May at 21.30

Jose Tagaro Gallery

(Behind Cortaxo City Hall)

Information and storage:

Service Area – 964032279

This week’s premiere of John Osborne’s “The Riva Olhar Para Tras” is directed by Frederico Corrado and explained by Joel Branco’s special participation in a production by Vania Calado, Joao Vittor, Gabriel Silva, Ines Custodia and Service Area.

After the Great Flood on April 14 at the Centro Cultural du Cartaxo, Galleria Jos Tagaro was the premiere venue for this new production in the service area, its 28th, and it celebrated its tenth anniversary with this show.

“The Raiva Olhar Para Tras” (Looking Back at Anger) is one of the best classics in British theater, reflecting the climate of Great Britain in the mid-1950s, in a historically highly relevant way, political context, cultural and social.

John Osborne, one of the “angry young men”, wrote one of the landmarks of English theater, depicting young Englishmen on stage who did not participate in World War II and where they discovered that the consequences were not promising.

Jimmy Porter, who seems to get nothing better than his job at the candy store, is married to an intelligent but dissatisfied young working class, Alison, an upper-middle-class young woman with whom he has a toxic relationship, in complexity and abuse. Allison’s best friend Helen advises him to leave Jimmy, but eventually falls in love with him. A love triangle story, “Da Ranger Looking Back” is also a dark portrait of the life of the English working class in the late 1950s and a critical view of the class system.

Directed by Frederico Corrado, the show features the special participation of Vania Calado, Joao Vittor, Ines Custodio, Gabriel Silva and the great actor Joel Branco, all of whom are delighted to join our service area cast. Show that it will be etched in our memory forever.

Joel Branco with service area

Joel Branco, who we all know as one of the most popular actors in Portugal’s light theater, was a dancer and appeared in several Park Meyer magazines. His performance in “Godspell” in Tetro Villarreal has made him an accomplished actor / singer, which he has confirmed with Ivan Silva in “Não Há Nada Para Pessoas”, where he won the Best Actor award of the year. Casa da Imprensa and Nova Gente. Various performances on television in soap operas, series and programs such as “Liberated 21” (2011), “A Minha Family” (2009), “Floribella” (2007), “Tu E You” (2007), “Fala-Me” de Amor. “” (2006), “Camilo M. Sarilhos” (2006), “Inspector Max” (2005), “An Adventure” (2004), “The Serpent’s Eye” (2002-2003), “Enekdots Factory” (2002)) , “Love” (2001), “Captain Robbie” (2000), “Camillo’s Shop” (2000), “Mrs. Minister” (2000), “All Time in the World” (1999), “Family Doctor” (1998-1999), Os Lobos (1998-1999), Mother Earth (1998), “Bomb Bio” (1998), “The Big Bet” (1997-1998), “Beware of Ghosts” (1997), “The The Adventures of Camilo “(1997),” All on Stage “(1996),” The Unstoppable “(1996),” The Minister’s Wife Minister “(1995),” Nico D’Obra “(1993-1994)” and the Romance “Raposa” (1988), “What a Pt Not to Be Color” (1987), “Infernal Carnival” (1986), “Ponto e Virgula” (1984), “Origens” (1983), “Branco, Sousa e Companhia” (1981), “Sabadabadu” (1981), “A Feira” (1977), among others.

In the song he sang “Friend to the End”, defending the tree as a friend, singing songs of nature, peace and friendship.
The theme of the album “Dez Anos de Cantigas”, edited by Movieplay Portuguesa, includes “E a Peça Acabou”; (Debuted in 1986) and other hits from the actor-singer in the previous ten years – including nine of his most well-known songs, including the popular duet “Olho Vivo E J De Olhao” with Harman Jose.

Over the years, she has participated in a number of shows staged by Philippe La Ferreira at the Tetro Politama, such as “Maldita Kokena”, “My Fair Lady”, “Amalia – O Musical”, “A Cansao de Lisboa”, “Musica no Coracao”. , “Um Violino no Telhado”, “A Cage Das Lucas”, “A Flore du Cacto” and “Pinocchio”, where he worked with Frederico Corrado, as well as “Isto é Que me Dói!” (In the version directed by Francisco Nicholson – who was assisted by Frederico Corado – in Tetro Villarreal) , As always, with heart and soul.

“Look Back at The Rage” and Theater in Portugal “

In the history of Portuguese theater, the play “Look Back in Anger” has some historical productions. Entitled “O Tempo e a Ira” in 1967, translated by Jose Palla and Carmo and staged by Fernando Gusmao, it is a tetro experimental do porsto by Luiz Alberto, Jose Cruz, Isabel de Castro, Fernanda Alves and David. Silva .. Then in 1968 the Cascais Experimental Theater, with the same translation, was staged by Arthur Ramos and a scene from Paolo-Guilharm with Jos ডি de Castro, Lords Norberto, Maria do Cue Guerra, Luis Santos and Canto e Castro. In 1992, it was staged by Rui Madeira at his Braga Theater Company, and in 1996, with the title “The Reviva Olhar Para Tras” translated by Gustavo Rubim, it was Juvenal Garcেসas who staged it at Tetro-Estudio Mario Viegas. Explanations by Simao Rubim, Rita Lello, Pedro Tavares, Mafalda Vilhena and Carlos Lesarda

With the special participation of Vania Calado, Joao Viter, Ines Custodio, Gabriel Silva and Joel Branco

Director: Frederico Corrado Text: John Osborne | Translation: Frederico Corrado | Cyanographic design: Frederico Corrado and Mario Julio Cyanographic Execution: Mario Julio | Service Area Production: Frederico Corrado, Mario Julio, Rui Manel, Florebella Silva and Vania Calado. Stage management: Mario Julio | Clothing Adjustment: Florebella Silva | Technical Direction and Lighting Design: Miguel Senna | Edit: Mario Julio | Production of a service field with the assistance of the Portuguese Republic – Culture / Department-General for the Arts

Partner: Cortaxo City Council

Support: Casa Das Pele | JMFernandes – Glass and Aluminum | Tejo Radio Newspaper | Grandpa Magazine | Newspapers from here Local values Theater guide

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