A vida é um circo, uma grande roda e às vezes um bordel...de falas, pensamentos, sentimentos, muitas vezes ocultos, muitas vezes esquecidos...e muitas vezes misteriosos...
Ao assistir a peça, ou melhor espetáculo "Sarau das Putas" encenado por treze atrizes maravilhosas (incluindo minha amiga, Laura Limp) e dirigido por Ivan Sugahara, fiquei pensando no eco em que as palavras ditas pelos pensamentos e sentimentos dos personagens que todas as treze intepretam magistralmente teriam sobre os espectadores, se tal eco foi o mesmo causado em mim.
O foco, a prostituição, tema tão antigo quanto o mundo, é desvelado em várias formas e nuances, sem nunca se ater ao lugar-comum, ao clichê...
A prostituta que fala a um antigo amante, a garota de programa que surta após a falta de ereção do cliente, a prostituta que irrompe em um grito de agonia ao denunciar a violência contra as mulheres (momento fantástico), mostra que todas somos uma só...prostitutas, donas de casa, enfermeiras, médicas, advogadas...casadas, solteiras, viúvas, etc...todas as nossas vozes são semelhantes, todas têm direito ao prazer e à liberdade de escolha.
Bravas e corajosas essas meninas...a elas eu desejo SUCESSO.
Em cartaz até dia 29/05 no teatro Poeira. https://www.facebook.com/SaraudasPutas?fref=ts
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
I don't understand how bands such as Mack Winston and the Reflections are not an instant success. They're so talented! But I guess it takes more than talent to be on Billboard Top 10... (the right connections, perhaps?) :(
Mack Winston and the Reflections - Stick Together
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Sunday, March 24, 2013
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Sunday, September 16, 2012
I was thinking what makes these social networks (Facebook, Linkedin, etc) so popular. Many give examples, as people are "social animals" and need to relate and interact. I agree to that, but I think the main thing with all these social networks is that they gave people a voice.
Before the Internet era, the only way people could voice their needs and desires, were either by protesting on the streets or writing articles in newspapers or magazines (those who were lucky enough, could have their books published), that means, those were the channels we had to communicate.
The first way to voice our viewpoints that appeared on the Internet (I mean, a personal one, was the blog). I remember in the beginning of the 2000's, the main trend were the blogs, everybody had one (me, included!) so that was the starting point.
But we felt that something was missing. As blogs sometimes do not have the reach that a social network has. When you write something on a blog, the response may take a while, whereas when you write something on your personal page on a social network website, the response is almost immediate.
Everybody has something to say. That is a universal truth. Leaders, dictators, the lot, have tried throughout history to silence our voice. By no means, they have succeeded. As communicating is a universal need, like water that finds its way, through the most unlikely places.
In this social network era, we finally become "someone". We are our own paparazzis, our own interviewers. We become our own historians and biographers. Our history is there, through our pictures, posts, comments, events, etc.
We finally have a voice.