A middle class family, formed by a boy, his father and his aunt, lives a common daily life, until some external events force these people to deal with what exists outside the house. This incomplete and incomplete plot is told in a fragmentary way, alternating with another narrative layer that tells the play's own creation process - bringing the various attempts to structure a self-critical look, of the white man himself, about his naturalized racism. A third layer also contains fragments of other texts - three in all - written throughout the creation process.
The play generated intense debate, and an immense amount of texts, which can be found online. A selection of some of them was published in a dossier in the Sala Preta magazine, here.
TEXT AND CONCEPTION
Alexandre Dal Farra
Alexandre Dal Farra e Janaína Leite
Janaína Leite, André Capuano and Clayton Mariano.
STAGE DESIGN AND COSTUME
Alexandre Dal Farra, Janaína Leite, Clayton Mariano and Andre Capuano