Address: Piazza Dante 23 , Campi BisenzioDate: 31 December 2018
Sunday 30 to 16.30, Monday, December 31 at 21.30 and Tuesday, January 1st at 4.30pm
at the Carlo Monni Teatrodante in Campi Bisenzio (Piazza Dante, 23)
Between comedy and suspense: the last year of the Teatrodante
with "The trump in five"
The show is based on the novel by Marco Malvaldi with the adaptation of Angelo Savelli.
On stage: Sergio Forconi, Giovanna Brilli, Raul Bulgherini, Diego Conforti, Luca Corsi, Amerigo Fontani, Lorenzo Socci, Elisa Vitiello and Andrea Bruno Savelli, who also signs the direction
For the last year, after the show, will follow midnight toast and festivities in Piazza Dante organized by the La Pehora Nera Association
It will be " La briscola in cinque ", a show that mixes comedy and suspense, based on the novel by Marco Malvaldi directed by Andrea Bruno Savelli to greet the old year to Teatrodante Carlo Monni Campi Bisenzio (Piazza Dante 23). The pièce, scheduled for Sunday 30th (4.30pm), Monday 31st December (21.30) and Tuesday 1st January (16.30) will see Sergio Forconi, Giovanna Brilli, Andrea Bruno Savelli, Raul Bulgherini, Diego Conforti, Luca Corsi, Amrigo Fontani, Lorenzo Socci and Elisa Vitiello.
On December 31st, for the Last of the Year, after the show, followed by a midnight toast and celebrations in Piazza Dante organized by the La Pehora Nera Association .
" The trump in five " is the first novel in the series "I delitti del BarLume", published by Sellerio in 2007, then transformed into a TV series of the same name produced by Sky. In Pineta, the imaginary village on the Tuscan coast between Pisa and Livorno, a corpse of a very young girl, a spoiled daughter of a good family and a licentious conduct, rises from a garbage bin. Suspicion falls on two friends of the girl in the nightclubs. But in any case, for the sake of slander and to kill time, the crime begins to chat, discuss, contend, quarrel and finally investigate the group of old men of Bar Lume and his bartender. In reality, he is the real lazy investigator.
We are in a village on the Tuscan coast. A corpse of a girl, a spoiled daughter of a good family and a licentious conduct, emerges from a rubbish bin. Suspicion falls on two friends of the girl in the nightclubs. But if he wants, for the sake of slander and to kill time, the crime begins to chat, argue and finally investigate the group of irreverent old men of Bar Lume and his bartender who finds himself thus improvising lazy investigator. The pensioners act as an investigation, they discuss it, undress it, refine it, passing it to a comic sieve of irreverence. So, under the yellow plot, check the life of a rich, civilized province, with its modest ways and its hyperbolic spirit, which survives stubbornly to the devastation of tourist consumerism shaped by television.
If for the adaptation the merit is of Angelo Savelli, it is up to Andrea Bruno Savelli to take charge not only of the interpretation of the bartender Massimo but also of the direction of the show that, overall, provides the presence on stage of at least nine actors. Dramaturgically, the passage from the written page to the one recited on the stage is presented as completely natural because the words seem already designed to be recited, and probably they are: the structure and suspense of yellow and the vivid characterization of the characters - made not through descriptions but through their full-bodied, tasty and intriguing language - they make superfluous the use of complex dramatic adaptations and invite instead to let go to the smoothness of the narration as Malvaldi has predicted it. The language used will be a more general Tuscan, which makes it less necessary for a precise location of Pineta and its Bar Lume, which can ecumenically become "a seaside resort on the coast".
Admission: Ticket starting from 20.50 euros available at the theater box office, in all ticketone and online sales points at www.ticketone.it
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