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Auditorium 2 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
In an open performance/rehearsal format, Entreaberto lifts the curtain on its creative process, emotional strength, spontaneous humour, weaknesses, and the enthusiasm that emerges from need and collective commitment.

The Lab InDança project, with artistic direction by Clara Andermatt, focuses its work on rhythm and sensitivity to listening, notions of the body in movement, space/time, imagination and creativity, in an environment between playfulness and seriousness, between waiting and action, but always in constant questioning.

On a journey to the inner being of each performer, from questions about oneself to the externalization of thoughts and emotions arising from different ways of looking at one’s own image, Entreaberto [Unshut] surreptitiously opens the door of the rehearsal room, allowing the audience to peek inside and explore the process of creation, observing and building the subject-matter and material and transforming it into a show in real time.

Duration 90 min. 
Photo © João Azevedo

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Artistic Direction and Concept

Clara Andermatt

Instructors and artistic assistance

Félix Lozano
Jorge Gonçalves
Mickaella Dantas
Susana de Figueiredo


Andrea Swinnerton, Catarina Bento, Eugénia Pires, Eva Silva, Isabel Pinto, Joana Colaço, Marino Santos, Raquel Monteiro, Sara Barbosa, Sara Oliveira, Tânia Oliveira, Félix Lozano e Jorge Gonçalves

Portuguese Sign Language interpretation

Vânia Ferreira

Musical assistance

Luís Pedro Madeira


Cristina Cunha – Wardrobe on loan from Teatro Nacional São João and ACCCA

Light design

Carlos Vieira


Carlos Vieira

Social Team

Arlinda Mendes
Conceição Lopes
Jeny Lopes
Manuela Ferreira
Sara Oliveira

Partner institutions


Project Manager

Lisete Costa

Executive Production

Helena Menino – ACCCA Companhia Clara Andermatt
João Albano – ACCCA Companhia Clara Andermatt


Cooperativa Casa dos Choupos, CRL


ACCCA Companhia Clara Andermatt

Promoter Entity

Santa Maria da Feira City Council

Supported by

An initiative by

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation reserves the right to collect and keep records of images, sounds and voice for the diffusion and preservation of the memory of its cultural and artistic activity. For further information, please contact us through the Information Request form.

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