Elvira leads the audience into a closed theatre, almost as if to spy between the stalls and the stage, with a maestro and an apprentice before a fire curtain that will never rise, in the moment of a character’s creation. Thirty years after Strehler, with Toni Servillo the reflections of Jouvet on theatre and character rediscover the same convincing topicality.
The “black” Goldoni returns to the stage, directed by Giorgio Sangati: life, intrigue, betting and love in a Venetian neighbourhood during Carnival.
A 150-year saga, from the America of slavery to the bursting of the financial bubble, wiith Luca Ronconi's masterful directing of Massini’s text.
Pinocchio is a character which doesn’t exist, but who belongs to everyone; it is in this shared memory that his universality lies.
A naked stage, outlined by a backdrop and six wings. In a ring of hell, actor sinners walk a circle entwined together.