D. Maria II's Editions
D. Maria II's Editions
Music at the D. Maria II: catalogue of the collection of scores
author David Cranmer
The catalogue of scores belonging to the Library | Archive of the National Theatre D. Maria II seeks to draw attention to this unique collection of scores and parts, related above all to productions at this Theatre. It describes the most salient features of the scores and parts, crossing information with other collections within the TNDM II, as well as with the National Library of Portugal.
Alexandre Farto AKA Vhils at the National Theatre D. Maria II
coordination Carlos Vargas
Where are the memories in this building with its immaculate walls and carpeted, silent floors? Where are the memories of its actresses, actors and their voices? We have invited Alexandre Farto to work on the walls of the theatre, in the heart of Lisbon. Could the National Theatre work as a metaphor for the (im)perfect city? This book brings together Vhils' work in the Salão Nobre in September 2014, seen through the eye of photographer Paulo Catrica, together with texts by António Mega Ferreira, Vitor Pavão dos Santos and Carlos Vargas.
author Paulo Catrica
This visual essay proposes a theory about D. Maria II’s memory and space, summoning different genres and kinds of photography, from different eras. Starting from the present and rescuing historical photographs from several archives, this photographic atlas projects a building from the ‘new’ theatre and from the ‘other’ theatre, but it doesn’t pretend to illustrate, nor to rebuild this edifice, nor what exists today and what was consumed by the fire in 1964.
Theater in Posters - National Theatre D. Maria II's Collection, 1853-2015
Graça Morais: Scenarios and Costumes
coordination Cristina Faria and Jorge da Costa
Graça Morais' succint but dazzling theatrical work has had a vital presence in the past of the D. Maria II. That presence continues as the theatre is a place of creation that firmly emphasises the importance of preserving heritage and disseminating its collection. For the 1995 performance of Richard II, not only did the painter create the meticulous costumes but also 8 monumental screens that have become an indelible part of Portuguese theatre's recent history.
Collection of lovers - VOL. 1
author Cláudia Dias and António Jorge Gonçalves
The play Monday: attention to the right! premiered in Germany in 2016. In Europe, the assimetry between northern and southern economies continued. In the world, the neoliberal creed had more and more followers. This work is about the fight against profiteering, the moral and physic resistance to oppression, the capacity of responding, the necessity of asking questions and the will to keep going.