Pra Todo Mundo Dançar!
(“For everybody to dance)
For everybody to dance is a show that goes through the universe of the Brazilian popular artistic expressions and invites the public to join the game with the troupe.
It bounds joy and playfulness presented in Brazilian traditional games, coming with a selection of rhythms from North, Northeast and Southeast reagions, like Coco and Ciranda from Pernambuco, Cacuriá from Maranhão, Jongo from Guaratinguetá and Piquete, and Carimbó from Pará. All these expressions are allied to a popular scenic language throughout the dance, the music and puppets.