Ana Gil
[artistic direction, creation and interpretation]

Ana Gil
[artistic direction, creation and interpretation]

Born in Vila Nova de Famalicão in 1986.

With a degree in Theatre granted by the Lisbon Theatre and Film School in 2010. Presents herself at TNDM II, directed by Rui Mendes, with “Menina Júlia”, in Culturgest with “INFERNO”, BY August Strindberg, directed by Mónica Calle; in Teatro da Trindade, with “Aqui no Paraíso” and “A Fábrica” by Par Lagerkvist, directed by Miguel Fonseca, in the TeatroMosca theatre company with the performances “EUROPA” and “TRÓIA” by John Berger and directed by Pedro Alves. In the Minho Comedies was cast for “Burning of Judas” and the creation street theatre “O Alcaide de Cerveira” directed by Miguel Fonseca. Founder of Terceira Pessoa – Association in 2012, directs the projects “Kurt Cobain” (2012) and “Hey You” (2013). In that same year starts her collaboration with the educational service of Cine Teatro Avenida. In 2014 developed the artistic coordination for the project “There is a party in the countryside/artistic villages”, directs the “Registration” project, creates the “Thinking Hands or Thinking Manual” performance and in 2015 the “First Childhood: Fables” performance, with presentations in the Teatro National D. Maria II.
In 2016 created and premiered “The Old Image of Being Loved”, presented in the Camden People’s Theatre and in the Roundhouse in London, Castelo Branco, Santarém, Cacém, Torres Vedras and Porto. In 2017 created the project “Here is always another place”, with young adolescents from the city of Castelo Branco and started the international theatre creation project “Kif-Kif”, a co-production between teatromosca (Sintra), Terceira Pessoa (Castelo Branco) and the Théatre de La Tête Noirè (Órleans, France). In 2018 created and premiered “From my village I see how much of the earth can be seen in the universe” and “COMMON SENSE – a vague remembrance of a show”. In 2019 creates the pluridisciplinar artistic path “A Line is a Strolling Point” in Riachos (Torres Novas), integrated in the program of Caminhos Médio Tejo.