Hugo Rodas, one of the most creative and revolutionary names in the Brazilian theatrical scene, brought together a strong team of artists to perform in a new version of Atra Bilis, a text by the award-winning contemporary Spanish author Laila Ripoll.

The story comes to life through the magical realism of the narrative and reaches the public in an unusual version, with the cast divided between male and female. The comedy stage play narrates a funeral in a small village of the interior of Spain. Three old sisters and the maid veil the body of the only man who inhabited the Great House.

The translation of the text was made by the Spanish Dramaturgy Collection project in partnership with the Festival Cena Contemporânea (Brasilia) and Tempo Festival (Rio de Janeiro).

Venue: Teatro Sesc Garagem
W4 Sul Avenue – Quadra 713/913 – Brasília
March 1 to April 1. Friday to Sunday, at 8 pm
R$ 40,00 and R$ 20,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)