posted on 09/02/2022 15:36
By narrating James’ discoveries in a context crossed by historical conflicts, the play A chronicle for those who shouldn’t love comes to life thanks to the text of award-winning author Rafael Salmona. The show relives a turbulent period in the 1960s in the United States, when individual freedoms were heavily compromised. The play premiered on Thursday (1/9) and runs until September 11, at Casa dos Quatro (708 North).
The narrative follows the life of James, a young American writer hired by a major newspaper in the 1960s. By choosing to write chronicles about the mysterious Miss Daisy, the author bets on endings that reveal moments of love, passion and tenderness that were almost forbidden at the time. . Inserted in a context of extreme oppression and conflicts around the world, James needs to learn about the things of life. On this journey, he meets Elliot, a young revolutionary who understands the act of resistance in loving.
In addition to the text and performance of Rafael Salmona, the cast includes Arthur Rinaldi, Lucca Marques and Vinicius Facó. Directed by Rebeca Reis, A chronicle for those who shouldn’t love lives up to the book 1968: the year that didn’t end, by journalist Zuenir Ventura. At the same time close and distant from a period that marked the assassination of Martin Luther King, the decree of AI-5, the Black Panther protest at the US and Mexico Olympics, the Prague Spring and others.
A chronicle for those who shouldn’t love
By Rafael Salmona. With Arthur Rinaldi, Lucca Marques, Rafael Salmona and Vinicius Facó. Until September 11 (Thursday to Saturday at 8 pm, Sundays at 7 pm), at the Casa dos Quatro Multicultural Space (SCLRN 708 Bloco F Loja 42 – Rua das Oficinas – Behind the Xique-Xique restaurant). Tickets: R$ 20 (half, according to legal provisions or 1 kg of non-perishable food, except salt) through the website. Indicative rating 14 years.