“It is a Bible for our contemporary lives: the story of a man who decides to seek clarity by looking within himself”. Thus Stefano Massini explains the elaboration of Freud’s most important work. For the director, Federico Tiezzi, it is “an adventure in thought and language: bearing witness to the exciting and gradual discovery of a method to interpret not only dreams, but the whole world”.
The Sabat Mater of prayer is brought to modern times: Tarantino’s Mother is the tragic figure of a prostitute and single mother.
Roberto Latini has chosen Carlo Goldoni’s theatrical manifesto for his first directing of a production for the Piccolo Teatro
Il primo appuntamento Jazz è dedicato alla "canzone jazzata", che spopolò in Italia tra gli anni Trenta e Cinquanta. Ospiti Franco Cerri e Freddy Colt
Franco Branciaroli re-stages a play which is a cornerstone of Italian theatre: Luca Ronconi’s Medea, in which he performed in 1996.
Passioni segrete - Sigmund Freud, tra cinema e teatro is a review curated by Maurizio Porro, running at the Anteo cinema from 5 February to 12 March 2018 on the occasion of the play Freud o l’interpretazione dei sogni by Stefano Massini, directed by Federico Tiezzi (Teatro Strehler from 23 January to 11 March)