Unfortunately the performances programmed for September 15th and 16th had to be cancel. We are sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.
Nao d´amores, is a company with many years experience in renaissance theatre. This company is making now a plunge into the primitive theatre from a contemporaneous point of view. It is a recreation of the liturgical ceremony that was most probably performed at San Justo’s church in Segovia, Spain. The Romanic sculpture of the Cristo de los Gascones (gascons’ Christ) was specially built for that ceremony and it is one of the most significant pieces of Segovia’s artistic patrimony.
The dramaturgy is made with historic texts from different authors; there has been a serious research about musical pieces that could have been part of that kind of performances. As a result, they have a show that combines actors’ work with puppets theatre and live music to make an approach to the origin of modern theatre. A journey to the end of the Middle Age to travel through a microcosm built up with symbols, metaphors and allegoric images.
About Nao d’amores
In 2001, Ana Zamora founds Nao d´amores Teatro with a group of people coming from classical theatre, puppet theatre and early music. The company is dedicated since then to the research and staging of renaissance theatre.
The first interests were some playwrights that are important to understand our dramatic history but they are not often on stage. Nao d’amores uses primitive stage techniques from a contemporaneous point of view. They believe in Classical theatre as a Cultural wealth that affects directly to de intellectual and creative development of people.
Their first show, Comedia llamada Metamorfosea by Joaquín Romero de Cepeda, was at the XXIV International Classical Theatre Festival of Almagro (Spain) and won the award Jose Luis Alonso to the best young direction given by the Spanish Directors Association. The next shows were: Auto de la Sibila Casandra by Gil Vicente, Auto de los Cuatro Tiempos, by Gil Vicente and Misterio del Cristo de los Gascones, their first work about medieval theatre.
The work on primitive theatre of Nao d’amores artistic team is highly recognized and they have collaborated with the National Classical Theatre Company in several shows as: Viaje del Parnaso (2005) by Miguel de Cervantes, directed by Eduardo Vasco and Tragicomedia de Don Duardos (2006) by Gil Vicente, directed by Ana Zamora.
Ana Zamora Tardío – Dramaturgy and Direction
She got her degree in theatre direction at the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático (1996-2000) (Royal school of dramatic arts); she has studied as well with Jacques Nichet, Massimo Castri and Stephan Schuske.
In 2001, she founds Nao d´amores with a group of people coming from classical theatre, puppet theatre and early music. The company is dedicated since then to the research and staging of renaissance theatre. With Nao d’amores she has directed: Comedia llamada Metamorfosea by Joaquín Romero de Cepeda (2001) (won an award to The Best Young Director given by the Spanish directors Association), Auto de la Sibila Casandra, by Gil Vicente (2003), Auto de los Cuatro Tiempos (2004), Gil Vicente and Misterio del Cristo de los Gascones (2007). Out of her own company she has directed different plays as El Amor al Uso by Antonio de Solís (2002); Mujer y Teatro (2001), Antígona by Jean Anouilh (2001), La noche veneciana by Alfred de Musset (1999), Camino de Wolokolamsk 1 by Heiner Müller (1998), Las sirenas by Louis Charles Sirjacq (1998), Historia de una famosa hechicera (1996), Solsticio (1995).
She was part of the artistic team at Teatro de la Abadía, (2001-2004) and Nacional Classical Theatre Company (2005-2006). Last Year she directed Tragicomedia de Don Duardos de Gil Vicente (2006) for the National Classical Theatre Company, and she was finalist for the Best Direction of the Year Award given by the Spanish directors association.
Tickets will be available at the box office of Miami Dade County Auditorium, Ticketmaster or by phone at 305- 547-5414.
General Admission $28
CCEMiami members’ students and groups $18Online tickets