The collection of letters written by Aldo Moro during his 55 days of imprisonment represent a spectre that still casts a a shadow on the stage of our history. Fabrizio Gifuni continues his biting "anti" biography of a nation, this time taking on the most scabrous and stark writings in Italian history.
A disturbing reflection on the concept of freedom, when it leads to taking decisions far removed from our ethics and morals.
In a period characterised more by questions than answers, Paolo Rossi brings to the Piccolo a performance that calls for resistance and choice.
Three sisters, united in mourning, find the courage to admit and confess the domestic violence they have suffered.
The last day of Tramedutore is dedicated to podcasts, a format that is increasingly present in our cultural connections.