GRAIL PROJECT is back in June
After successful runs in Los Angeles and Scotland, Theatre Movement Bazaar's hit show GRAIL PROJECT is back for a limited engagement as part of the Hollywood Fringe.
June 8 at 11:55pm
June 9 at 2:00pm
June 14 at 11:55pm
June 15 at 11:55pm
In case you missed it, Grail Project struck gold and took home 3 Ovation Awards earlier this year: Best Director, Best Choreography and Best Ensemble!
Click here for the full list of winners.
GRAIL PROJECT wins 3 Ovation Awards!
Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I found my way to Los Angeles to attend The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), from where I graduated with a B.F.A. in Acting in 2013.
Leaving Rio behind, my love for LA took it’s time and grew slowly, year by year, into a full blown out affair. Los Angeles is now home and it is the community I have built here that make it so. Upon graduating CalArts, I have found my artistic family in companies such as Four Larks, Theatre Movement Bazaar and Son of Semele Ensemble.
Selected credits include "The River Bride" by Marisela Treviño Orta (Arizona Theatre Company), "The Clean House" by Sarah Ruhl (Boise Contemporary Theater), "Big Shot" by Theatre Movement Bazaar (South Coast Repertory/ Bootleg Theatre/ Edinburgh/ China), "The Temptation of St. Antony" by Four Larks and Prometheus Bound (Getty Villa).
I choose to dedicate my energy to adding value to movement-based, site-specific, immersive performances within the LA theatre community.
The joy of watching an actor morph into a dancer and then a singer and then blur the lines completely before your very eyes. It's a level of sophistication and artistry we don't see enough of in LA theater.
There’s fine comedic work by Paula Rebelo as Connie, Michael’s sister. One of strongest segments, in both writing and performance, is Rebelo’s monologue illustrating the subservient lot of the Mafia wife. She is also spot-on as a Sicilian dreamgirl whose undulations keep men in her thrall.
ARTS BEAT LA
"Paula Rebelo is one of the highlights of the show, striking the perfect balance between naturalism, dry wit, and theatricality that allows us to suspend our disbelief in this setting."