The singing begins in the voice of a woman who speaks. She speaks Creole. Speaks Tchokwe. She speaks Portuguese.
On stage, three bodies, three women in the condition of foreigners where these three languages are spoken.
In each woman, an essence, personality, and trajectory that intersect with the certainty that nothing will ever be the same again.
In this Aurora Negra, we search for the deepest and most original roots of these cultures, celebrating their legacy and projecting a path where we affirm ourselves as the protagonists of our stories.
The show takes the stage at 9:30pm.
For more information, contact José Lúcio da Silva Theatre (244 823 600).