Our "QUINTA E SENZA" review continues at La Fonte di Bagno a Ripoli with:
brilliant unique act taken from Marcel Mithois
Adapted and directed by Olga Melnik
Light designer: Samuele Batistoni
May 25 at 21.00
26 May at 20.00 (aperitif on reservation)
May 27 at 16.00
Olga Melnik, Vasco Bonechi, Davide Papi, Tiziana Fusco, Gianni Monini, Valentina Schiavi, Samuele Batistoni,
Racine's Phaedra is staged. Behind the scenes, the actors are stripped of the tragic clothes to recite a comedy of misunderstandings in which they redefine the coordinates of a fickle love quartet. To undress once again.
And another one ... And another one ... And another one ...
From a single act by Marcel Mithois (Les coups de théâtre, 1961), a comedy about the actors and their difficult art of change, compromise and play. Of the twist of scene ...
A tribute to the theater in all its forms, from puppetry to comedy, from tragedy to clowning.
Funambulic work for our actors called to enter and exit continuously from various roles, not losing their credibility while changing gene and always playing with their favorite partner: the audience!
Notes on the author and on the work
Marcel Mithois, contemporary French playwright, signs with this brilliant unique act an interesting proof of 'theater in the theater' in which he focuses on the world of actors and their difficult art of change, compromise, of the plot twist. Behind the scenes of Racine's Phaedra, in an intersection of stories and betrayals, metamorphoses and twists, the four characters, with the complicity of the author, gradually widen the magical theatrical circle to incorporate the director, the lighting technician, the public, in an endless game. Final open and surprise, in the style of the happening
26th Mayan's menu
Ravioli with grouper
Penne alla matriciana
Water / wine / sparkling wine
The cost of the evening with the aperitif: 16 euros - adults
10 euros - children under 12 years
Book before May 24th for tel. 3475572347 (Whatsapp)
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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