“Shakespeare for everyone: a lot of noise for nothing ", premiered in 2015 in Maringá, and marks the first adaptation of the English classic of the group, in the circus-theater language. According to Pedro Ochôa, the text was chosen due to its characteristic of being universal, to please all the ages of spectators, being able to be appreciated by an eclectic audience. About the creative process, Pedro says that there was enough preparation of the group. "We did a laboratory on Shakespearean language, adapting popular street language and circus techniques, bringing folk songs to live music," he says.
The group Circus Theater Without Canvas also preserved some characteristics of the original assembly, like the characteristics of the scenic space; the scenario as a simulation of a small "Elizabetano" theater with balcony; the participation of the audience, referring to the nobles who attended the pieces of privileged places; the costumes, reminiscent of Shakespeare's costume, as well as live music played by actors in the cast.” (Information translated from http://www.rtvcanal38.com.br/2016/09/13/cine-fenix-recebe-montagem-shakespeare-para-todos/)Read More