WORKING CLASS _ show-conference with S. Baldanzi and A. Prunetti
FRIDAY 17th January
WORKING CLASS initiative
to tell the old and the new working class, with fiction, investigation and theater.
with "Daughter of a Blue Dressing Gown" she tells the story of her mother, a worker in the textile industry, and crosses the family narrative with the social inquiry.
Alberto Prunetti ,
after telling the story of the welder father, killed by asbestos, with 108 meters he writes a novel about his efforts as a migrant worker in England, employed in catering and cleaning.
The play ale closes the evening
"Asbestos, a worker history",
written and directed by Barbara Bertucci, freely inspired by the book of the same name by Alberto Prunetti.
The story is that of Renato, a traveling worker who died of asbestos, seen and filtered through the memories of his son Alberto.
Barbara Bertucci ideally superimposes this story on the story of her father, Mauro Bertucci, a worker from the Breda of Pistoia who also died from breathing the killer fiber in the factory.
A story of working-class fathers and mothers, a story of sons and daughters who tell their collective memory, claiming their belonging to the working class with pride, pain and tenderness
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