Companhia de Dança de Matosinhos
We are creating a new dance company but the first steps are the hardest because no one programmes a dance company whose work they've never seen or hear of. So, we decided to build a new strategy: invite the community of national and international cultural entities such as agents and theater programming managers/producers, to come to Matosinhos and Lisboa, in order to preview the reduced version of our future show, TRIPALIUM.
TRIPALIUM redux is a short version of the final show we want to produce from September 2017 onwards. This first short version will allow us to show the cultural entities the content and aesthetics of the first creation of CDM, aiming to captivate these cultural programmers to buy or coproduce the final show.
This show has 3 dancers and one choreographer that live abroad; the rest of the creative and production team lives in Portugal.
Your donation for this campaign will support the transportation, food and stay for these artists during the creation period in Portugal, allowing us to bring to life the first version of TRIPALILIUM.
TRIPALIUM is a critical reflection about the labor conditions, modern servitude, and the consequent inhumane reaction of the society by accepting this reality.
Budget and due dates
We want to give these artists a fair and valuable work experience and we are counting on your support for the final touches of this fantastic initiative. With your precious help, we will ensure a part of transport, accommodation and food costs for the artistic team during the residency period, three weeks.
· Transport: airplane travels (return) to Porto for four elements of the team plus return travels Matosinhos-Lisboa for the artistic team – 560€
· Accommodation for the dancers and choreographer during the residency period in Matosinhos + Accommodation for the whole team in Lisbon (two days) – 2400€
· Food during the stay of the team in Matosinhos and the whole team in Lisbon – 300€
PPL – 5% value of crowdfunding (IVA included) – 137,50€
Due date: 30 de January 2017.