The Grammar of Fantasy
by Lorenzo and Michele Baglioni
Directed by Riccardo Giannini
A Magnoprog production
28-29-30 July at 21.30
Villa Gerini of Colonnata - Viale XX Settembre, 259 (Sesto Fiorentino)
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"Adults take themselves too seriously, while a little lightness could make life more pleasant and serene. Children know this well."
The theatrical work written by Lorenzo and Michele Baglioni, directed by Riccardo Giannini, returns to the scene.
A plot that takes its cue from Gianni Rodari's manual and addresses the theme of the rediscovery of the fantastic dimension, giving life to a fun whirlwind of ideas and ideas, laughter and emotion, awakening the curiosity of adults and thrilling children.
The two protagonists, Silvano Pignoletti and his housekeeper Margherita, played by Antonio Lanza and Maria Rita Scibetta, respectively embody reason and fantasy.
Silvano is a methodical and fussy writer looking for inspiration for a children's story. Margherita, his housekeeper, suggesting that he consult a mysterious tome containing all the secrets to write wonderful stories, will try to convince him that "... the creative process is inherent in human nature and is therefore, with all that follows of happiness, to express oneself and to play with the imagination, within everyone's reach. " (G.Rodari)
The show will accompany the spectator in the mechanisms of the imagination and in the secrets hidden behind the art of writing stories, embellished by the live musical accompaniment of Federico Pacini and the unpublished songs written by Lorenzo and Michele Baglioni.
The grammar of fantasy is a show that will conquer everyone, young and old.
In line with the current legislation in place for the Covid-19 emergency, we inform you that places are limited.
Info: +39 3384790437 - +39 3475768067
Cost of the ticket: 16 euro full and 12 euro reduced for children under 12 years.
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