The End of All Miracles


The End of All Miracles A new play by the Brazilian playwright Paulo Santoro. Directed by Fernanda Mandagará Santoro explores the miracle of galaxies, space, birds, memories and the discovery that death is life itself. As an elderly couple attempts to recall the most beautiful moment in their lives they begin to wonder who they really are. In this visually enticing production, Santoro approaches the theme of dementia with poetry and gusto. Among wheelchairs and heart medicines, a question arises: “Is there a right time to call for a prostitute?” The set will resemble an old carnival ballroom and Brazilian songs will bring the energetic atmosphere. Memory, nostalgia and humour should be expected. Cast: Alexandra Dias, Bridget Wood and Peter Mcvea March 15th 2017 at 9pm 45 min length Tickets only £6: http://www.thealbany.org.uk/event_detail/2022/Theatre/The-End-Of-All-Miracles OR get tickets to all 3 plays on the same night for £15! 7pm The Shawl by David Mamet, directed by Francine Morgan 8pm Counting Stars by Atiha Sen Gupta, directed by Emily Marshall http://www.thealbany.org.uk/event_detail/1992/Theatre/Stomping-Ground:-Stonecrabs-Young-Directors'-Festival This show is part of the Stomping Ground Festival Back for 2017, StoneCrabs Theatre presents London’s most exciting festival of emerging directors. Over 3 nights, Stomping Ground Festival showcases the talents of 9 remarkable young directors pushing new boundaries and making waves in the theatre scene today. The Albany, Deptford will host something for everyone as each director reveals their bold and original voice. Expect, drama, romance, comedy, clowning and more! So get your stomp on and celebrate the next generation of theatre directors at Stomping Ground Festival, March 15 – 17, 2017. http://www.thealbany.org.uk/event_detail/1992/Theatre/Stomping-Ground:-Stonecrabs-Young-Directors'-Festival


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