With this edition, Kilowatt Festival wants to celebrate the patience of artists, technicians, organizers, administrators, communications workers, volunteers and even spectators, who kept theater, dance, circus and music alive, just when it seemed impossible. As Luca Ricci, creator and artistic director of Kilowatt festival explains, “the title from which we start, this fervent patience, wants to tell the expectation that all of us have experienced in this year and a half and the desire not to stand still and put try creativity, even in the difficulties of the moment “.
The program is divided into many daily appointments full of new trajectories and possibilities.
From the homage to the godparents Scimone Sframeli (Friday 16 and Saturday 17), passing through a selection of the most interesting international scene, including Marion Siéfert (Saturday 17), Gurshad Shaheman (Monday 19), Shanna May Breen, Luke Casserly (Saturday 17 ), Marleen Scholten (Tuesday 20), and again the dance of Linda Hayford (Sunday 18), Lois Alexander (Monday 19) and Arno Schuitemaker (Tuesday 20), to close with Eric Arnal-Burtschy (Saturday 24).
Lots of theater, including Luigi D’Elia and Francesco Niccolini (Friday 16) with Don’t be afraid, on the landings in Brindisi in 1991 of thousands of Albanian citizens on the run, and again Francesca Sarteanesi (Sunday 18), Renda-Cordella debuting with The revolt of the ugly ones (Thursday 22nd) and Underground with Linguistic Atlas of Pangea (Friday 23rd). From InBox comes Arturo di Nardinocchi / Matcovich (Saturday 17th), while Babel Crew takes us back to 2001, in Genoa, with GiOtto (Tuesday 20th). Giuliano Scarpinato has the task of guiding us into the delicate world of the first sexual approaches with A + A story of a first time (Tuesday 20). The festival closes on Saturday 24 July with the debut of Daniele Turconi with Gianluca, Lisa Ferlazzo Natoli with L’amore del cuore by the cult English author Caryl Churchill and the great party of Andrea Cosentino who will drag us to Piazza Torre di Berta with Fake Folk , to the reconquest of urban spaces and folklore through new technologies.
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