Sun, 28 Jul|
Roman Theater of Nora
Logos 2019 Review: “Juliette”
28/29 JULY 2019 ROMAN THEATER OF NORA 3 AUGUST ANCIENT CAMPIDANESE HOUSE - Pirri (Cagliari) Direction and choreography Loredana Parrella Creation for 10 interpreters Twain Production Regional Dance Production Center
Orario & Sede
28 Jul 2019, 21:00 – 23:00
Roman Theater of Nora, Capo di Pula, 09010 Pula CA, Italy
The reinterpretation of a universal love story where the writing of the body meets the verbal one of the Shakespearean text. An investigation that moves within desire, innocence, hatred, brotherhood. The history of humanity that is within each of us. That immense load of experience, of deeply rooted fears, of anxieties, pleasures, pains and beliefs of all kinds, in which human beings have believed through the millennia. We will ask ourselves the question of what the body has become today, what it represents for women and men, we will ask ourselves questions about our fears and anxieties, about our difficulty in feeling adequate. A game of osmosis in which the characters of Romeo and Juliet explode and each performer can become and be the "character environment" every time he accesses the specific language of the symbolic figures of the Shakespearean text.
Interpreters Gianluca Formica, Maeva Curco Llovera, Yoris Petrillo, Caroline Loiesau, Luca Zanni, Elisa Melis, Giulia Cenni, Aleksandros Memetaj, Maria Stella Pitarresi.
in collaboration with Quartieri dell'Arte Festival
in residence Supercinema - Tuscania with the support of Mibact and the Lazio Region