A summer festival that wants to give greater importance to storytelling, listening, places and public spaces to encourage social dialogue.
The spotlight will open on Tuesday 13 July at the Roman Amphitheater with the show “Trascendi e Sali” by and with Alessandro Bergonzoni and directed by Alessandro Bergonzoni and Riccardo Rodolfi.
Sunday 18 July at the Eden Arena “Amy & Black” presented by Ortika by and with Alice Conti and live music by Lorenzo Zanghielli. A show dedicated to the icon Amy Winehouse born from a long and widespread documentary research on the life of the artist, of the woman, with a totally anti-celebratory, tragicomic, cynical result.
Monday, July 19 at the Eden Arena with a production of Accademia Mutamenti, Arca Azzurra, Compagnia Lombardi-Tiezzi, I Sacchi di Sabbia, will stage with the voice of Lucia Socci and on the violin Valentina Albiani, “Inferno V – Paolo e Francesca”, the song of the lustful.
Tuesday 20 July, again at the Eden Arena, “Macbeth Banquet” with Luca Radaelli and Maurizio Aliffi, directed by Paola Manfredi and produced by Teatro Invito. The renowned Shakespearean story will come to life in the hands of a cook and his guitar assistant, among pots and dishes, recalling how the lust for power can lead to ruin.
Friday 23 July at the Eden Arena, with “La Signora Pirandello” with Alessandra Bedino directed by Paolo Biribo ‘and Marco Toloni, production Attodue and Interno12, he stages a text with themes dear to the writer such as identity, poetic creation, of the border between fiction and reality in the theater as in life, with three female characters each with their own style and mask.
The show continues on Wednesday 4 August at the Roman Amphitheater, with the “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Children” from the best seller of the same name by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo with one of the most eclectic songwriters on the national scene: Margherita Vicario accompanied by the Multiethnic Orchestra of Arezzo. Directed by Francesco Frangipane and produced by Argot Produzioni, Officine della Cultura, Progetto Goldstein.
The last appointment is Wednesday 11 August at the Roman Amphitheater, with “Rava plays Rava” directed by Enrico Rava, the most famous Italian jazz player in the world, who for the occasion will be accompanied by a large orchestra made up of 18 talented professionals directed by Francesco Giustini.
Roman Amphitheater Shows
full € 15.00
reduced € 12.00 – reductions: under 25, over 65, Unicoop Firenze members
Arena Eden shows
full € 10.00
reduced € 8.00 – reductions: under 25, over 65
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