TWO MAYBE MORE
Marco Martins

By

Marco Martins

with

Sofia Dias and Vítor Roriz, featuring members of the Gulbenkian Choir: Ana Urbano, Francisca Branco, Jaime Bacharel, José Bruto da Costa, Marta Queirós, Nuno Fidalgo, Sara Afonso and Sérgio Fontão Circular Ensemble/ESML Dina Hernandez (flute), Cláudio Silva (trumpet), Joana Capinha (saxophone) and Paulo Gaspar (clarinet)
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Two Maybe More, created by Marco Martins for Teatro Maria Matos, was born out of the encounter of the choreographers Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz with the Gulbenkian Choir. In collaboration with composer Pedro Moreira (commissioned by the Gulbenkian Foundation) and writer Gonçalo M. Tavares, these two entities step outside their comfort zone to dispute a no man’s land between their different artistic areas, using the small everyday gestures of the choreographers against the massive movements of the choir. Between harmony and tension, we must suddenly face one of the most passionate disputes of our time: the dispute between the individual and the common.

Technical sheet

artistic director and author Marco Martins

original music Pedro Moreira

original text Gonçalo M. Tavares

additional texts Marco Martins, Sofia Dias, Vítor Roriz

translation Pureza Fino

co-authors and performers Sofia Dias and Vítor Roriz

featuring members of the Gulbenkian Choir Ana Urbano, Francisca Branco, Jaime Bacharel, José Bruto da Costa, Marta Queirós, Nuno Fidalgo, Sara Afonso and Sérgio Fontão

Circular Ensemble/ESML Dina Hernandez (flute), Cláudio Silva (trumpet), Joana Capinha (saxophone) and Paulo Gaspar (clarinet)


set designer Artur Pinheiro

costume designer Isabel Carmona

lighting designer Nuno Meira

photography Luís Martins

choir director Sérgio Fontão


production director Narcisa Costa

Arena Ensemble’s managing director Marta Delgado Martins

co-production Arena Ensemble, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation


rating 12+

first performed 6th September 2013, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal, Lisbon


collaboration Lisbon School of Music

acknowledgments Inês Gonçalves, Joana Chandelier, José Cândido, Mafalda Jara, Miriam Santos, Pedro Cruzeiro, Pureza Fino and JSVC Lda

sponsors Government of Portugal / Secretary of State for Culture / Direcção-Geral das Artes and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

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© Luis Martins