After starring in the drama Under the Sun the famous Armazem Company returns to Sao Paulo with Outcry by Tennessee Williams. The play, which opened on Jan. 26 at The Sao Paulo Cultural Center, is directed by Paulo de Moraes. The Armazem Company, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, is from Londrina, a city in the south of Brazil.
Outcry uses a remarkable blend of fiction and reality to tell the story of two affected brothers who can´t get away from their house after seeing the tragic death of their parents.
Director Paulo Moraes, who is nominee for the 1998 Mambembe Prize and The 1998 Shell Award for the Best Director of a Play, is planning to present Outcry in the principal cities of Brazil. It closes in Sao Paulo Feb. 15.
Toplining the cast are established actors Patricia Selonk and Narlo Rodrigues as the brothers Clair and Felice. Performances on Mondays and Tuesdays - 9:30 PM. Tickets cost R$12,00. Information: 011 277 3611 at The Sao Paulo Cultural Center, Jardel Filho Room.
-- By Nertutila Achao