Written by Ibsen in 1882, An enemy of the people is a topical piece which tells, with ruthless foresight, of the risk that every democratic society runs when its leadership is corrupt, and the majority of people submit to the authorities in order to protect their personal interests. Directed by and starring Massimo Popolizio.
A new incursion by Emma Dante into the universe of misery, abuse and squalor which women have always been condemned to fight against.
One of the lesser known but most topical of Elias Canetti’s works describing a dystopian world in which mankind is deprived of identity.
Federico Tiezzi takes on the legend of Faust, a symbol of contemporary man’s crisis of conscience and soul.
Inspired by the story of the shipwreck of the cargo ship which transported sets and costumes for Harlequin, a play to discover the magic of theatre.