Theater - Event posted by elena
By Gaber Shakespeare, theater song to
Laudi of Florence with Massimo Altomare and Rosanna Gentili
Saturday 18 and Sunday, February 19 at 21 hours 17 - tickets 16/14 €
Teatro Le Laudi - via Leonardo Da Vinci, 2 / r - Firenze
Popular Theatre Art
When there was taste in Italy
to be smart
Theater song with scratches, laughter and tears
of and with
Massimo Altomare and Rosanna Gentili
in collaboration with Gianfranco Pedullà
A precious and small show of theater song on our Italy, with the cynicism and the lucidity of the great European authors. Saturday 18 (21 hours) and Sunday, February 19 (17 hours) at the Teatro Le Laudi of Florence Massimo Altomare and Rosanna Gentili mix folk songs and copyright, small and precious pieces of prose and poetry.
In "Domestic Devotions - When in Italy was furnished to be smart" flow so shards of Giorgio Gaber and Kurt Weill, Franca Valeri and Pier Paolo Pasolini, Herbert Pagani to William Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht and Marcello Marchesi, without forgetting Domenico Modugno and Eugène Ionesco.
All tracks have as main theme the relationship between man and woman approached with great irony, but also with the cruelty of the comic look, declined in its many variants.
The songs and theater songs chosen have in common the wise and saving use of irony and intelligence even when overlook the human abyss. Nevertheless appears absolute devotion of two interpreters to the dynamics of the domestic dimension. The title, not surprisingly, see the Book of domestic Bertolt Brecht devotions.
Whole 16 euro; reduced 14 € (over 60 years old, enrolled in the Age of Free University, students up to 24 years, enrolled in CRAL or associations affiliated with the Teatro Le Laudi)
Info and presales
Teatro Le Laudi
Via Leonardo Da Vinci, 2 / r, Florence
Tel. 055 572831 - www.teatrolelaudi.it - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticket: from Thursday to Saturday: 10.30 / 12.20 and 15.30 / 19
Sundays and holidays: 10 am / 12.30 and half an hour before the shows
Boxoffice Street of Old Prisons, 1 - tel 055/210804 - www.boxol.it
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