The theater company Solas de Vento presents Viagens Extraordinarias (Extraordinary Voyages), a trilogy of plays in honor of French writer Jules Verne. The shows started at the CCBB Theater on Thursday, January 6th, and will be taking place until January 23rd, from Thursday to Sunday, always at 4 p.m, with extra sessions on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. Tickets are for sale online. 

The CCBB, or Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (Banco do Brasil Cultural Center), is a chain of Cultural Centers created and managed by the Banco do Brasil, one of the federal banks in Brazil. The CCBB is known for bringing all sorts of cultural activities to the residents of Brazil, from art exhibits coming from some of the world’s most famous artists, such as Tim Burton an Björk, to plays written by some of the most famous playwrights in Brazil and the world, to innovative multimedia interactive experiences. In Brasilia, the CCBB is located in front of the Clube de Golfe (Golf Club), in the Setor de Clubes Sul. You can visit their website by Clicking Here. 

Focusing on children and youth, the theater group invites the audience to explore the fantastic world of Jules Verne through the plays Journey to the Center of the Earth (January 13th to 16th) and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (January 20th to the 23rd), theatrical adaptations of the author’s renowned books. The group’s production has already accumulated several awards and will be presented for the first time in Brasília. 

The Solas de Vento theater company has its origins in a partnership between the French actor and dancer Bruno Rudolf and the Brazilian circus artist Ricardo Rodrigues. Since its birth in São Paulo, in 2007, the group has performed shows on national and international tours. 

Born in France in 1828, Jules Verne is considered by many to be the creator of science fiction. Author of fantastic and futuristic works, he presented ideas that anticipated several inventions, such as television, the submarine and spacecraft. Verne is now one of the most translated writers in the world. 

 

Venue: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – CCBB 
Where: St. de Clubes Esportivos Sul Trecho 2 – Asa Sul, Brasília – DF (Nex to the “Clube de Golfe de Brasília” golf club). 
When: Thursdays to Sundays, until January 23rd. 4 p.m. with extra sessions on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. 
Price: Tickets start at BRL 15.00
Ticketshttps://www.eventim.com.br/artist/ccbb-viagensextraordinarias/ 
Rating: Free for all ages. 
Information: (61) 3108 7600 or ccbbdf@bb.com.br 







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Português: 

A companhia de teatro Solas de Vento apresenta Viagens Extraordinarias, uma trilogia de peças em homenagem ao escritor francês Júlio Verne. Os espetáculos começaram no Teatro CCBB na quinta-feira, 6 de janeiro, e vão até o dia 23 de janeiro, de quinta a domingo, sempre às 16h, com sessões extras aos sábados e domingos, às 11h. Os ingressos estão à venda online. 

Com foco nas crianças e jovens, o grupo de teatro convida o público a explorar o mundo fantástico de Júlio Verne através das peças Viagem ao Centro da Terra (13 a 16 de janeiro) e 20.000 Léguas Submarinas (20 a 23 de janeiro), adaptações teatrais de livros consagrados do autor. A produção do grupo já acumula diversos prêmios e será apresentada pela primeira vez em Brasília. 

A companhia de teatro Solas de Vento tem suas origens na parceria entre o ator e dançarino francês Bruno Rudolf e o circo brasileiro Ricardo Rodrigues. Desde seu nascimento em São Paulo, em 2007, o grupo já se apresentou em turnês nacionais e internacionais. 

Nascido na França em 1828, Júlio Verne é considerado por muitos o criador da ficção científica. Autor de obras fantásticas e futuristas, apresentou ideias que anteciparam várias invenções, como a televisão, o submarino e a nave espacial. Verne é hoje um dos escritores mais traduzidos do mundo.