© “Don’t cry over spilled milk”, de Beatriz Moreira, Iris Auguste e Giulia Micelli

Don’t cry over spilled milk
Beatriz Moreira, Iris Auguste and Giulia Micelli
Palcos Instáveis / Coproduction with Teatro Municipal do Porto

The Landscape, Bodies and Milk.

Don’t cry over spilled milk was choreographed in 2019 by Iris Auguste in collaboration with Coletivo LaMaison. The piece is a sensorial journey that investigates female bodily freedom, allowing performers to explore a spontaneous relationship with objects, sounds and other bodies. The game is played with your eyes closed to switch off the violence of unattainable ideals of beauty, representations and preconceived ways associated with femininity. Connecting with the authorship of their own body, the performers.

Beatriz Moreira
Portuguese Performer and Creator. Trained as a dancer, she began her studies in Gaia at the Ginasiano School of Dance, with knowledge in Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Music and History of Dance and Arts. Where she learned to create bridges between different arts. She is currently finishing her studies at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) where she comes into contact with artists with world-renowned amplification. Beatriz is developing her artistic process in search of her voice as a creator and co-creator, as one of the founders of Coletivo La Maison.

Iris Auguste
French Performer and Choreographer. She trained in ballet, hip hop and contemporary dance at the Annecy Conservatory. After a year working as a freelancer in Brussels, she began her training at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Dance Academy). The artist has been discovering her artistic voice, defining her skills and approach to movement. She is currently building a collection of individual and collective pieces: “Things that last”, “In between the world and me”, “Do not cry over the spilled milk” and “Machine girls”.

Giulia Micelli
Performer and Creator of Italian Art. She is a professional Romano-Italian dancer and certified Hatha Yoga teacher. In her final year of studies at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Dance Academy), she dedicated herself to the world of contemporary dance, enriching her artistic perspective. She performed her choreographic works, solo and group pieces in Salzburg at SEAD and in Rome at Teatro lo Spazio. At the same time, she is co-founder of the dance collective LaMaison, currently working on a new project “Machine girls”.

Dance, M6 – 30 min

May 31 and Jun 1 / Sala Estúdio TCA

Choreography: Iris Auguste

Interpreted and directed by: Iris Auguste, Beatriz Moreira, Giulia Miceli

Photography: Tomás Laranjo

Dramaturgical and creation support: Milla Koistinen, Jelka Milic

Residency support: Instável –Centro Coreográfico, Teatro Municipal do Porto, and Salzburg Experimental Dance Academy, SEAD

Coproduction: Instável – Centro Coreográfico e Teatro Municipal do Porto