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Founded in 2015 with the aim of researching, tensioning and blurring the boundaries between stage and audience and using contemporary procedures in the staging of classic texts and in the creation of authorial dramaturgy, Coletivo Inominável has in its history the productions ​"​The Seagull or Manual of Etiquette for Suicide Ritual” (2015), a reimagining of the classic by Tchekhov that stages the opening party of a show, and The House of Bernarda Alba (2017), by Garcia Lorca, with a cast of cisgender women and drag queens that aimed to discuss gender performances in Spain in 1936 and in Brazil today, in addition to investigating, scenically, the enclosure, making audience and cast share the same limited space. This show was set up from a residence at Casa Um, an LGBT shelter in São Paulo.

Emerged from a desire by the men of the Coletivo to research gay identity and poetically answer the question “what is it like to be gay in Brazil today?”, Inhai – Queer Thing is a performance-celebration at a time which celebrating our identity is an act of resistance.


Inhai - Queer Thing (2022)

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