At the past at the Piccolo he has directed a classic, Measure for measure by Shakespeare, and one of his own works, A Disappearing Number, dedicated to the complex human and intellectual story of the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. For his return to the Piccolo, Simon McBurney has chosen Chekhov.
Michele Serra draws the reader into his collection of writings with an ironic and sentimental theatrical performance.
A show born from the encounter between two legends: Ute Lemper pays tribute to Marlene Dietrich, an extraordinary artist and woman.
From Homer to Enzo Jannacci, all the characters from a new comic “poem” staged by Paolo Rossi.
Through song, acting and music, Elena Bucci and Marco Sgrosso stage Brecht’s tale in search of the “good” and “bad” in humanity.