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Issue 70. Party

André E. Teodósio
André E. Teodósio

He was born in Lisbon in 1977 and lived for some time in the United States of America (Clinton era). He is a member of Teatro Praga (the most megalopsychic theatre company of all time). He attended the National Conservatory of Music, the Higher School of Music, and the Higher School of Theatre and Cinema. He was a member of the Gulbenkian Choir, of the Casa Conveniente theatre company, and he regularly collaborates with the Cão Solteiro theatre company. In addition to the theatre, he staged operas at Culturgest, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, and São Carlos National Theatre. He is the author of the texts “Shoot the Freak,” “Cenofobia,” “Top Models: Susana Pomba,” and “Paula Sá Nogueira”, as well as the ballet show “Perda Preciosa” for the National Ballet Company, considered the best show of the year (2012) by the Portuguese Society of Artists. He regularly presents his shows in various European cities. His texts have been edited by Culturgest, Tinta-da-China, and Documenta. He was considered one of the most influential Portuguese people of 2012 by the newspaper Expresso. He presented (2013) “A Tempestade” at the CCB and MC-93 in Paris.

Source: http://www.casadamusica.com/artistas-e-obras/musicos/t/teodo-sio-andre-e/#tab=0

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