Previously presented as one of the Piccolo Teatro’s productions for the 2016/17 season, Pinocchio, directed by Antonio Latella, returns to the stage. The director places himself face to face with Pinocchio, looking for a view which is free of the 135 years of infinite interpretations deposited on Collodi’s character; trying to find, if it exists, that which until now has never been seen.
A judge and a defendant who he sentenced to life maintain regular correspondence for twenty-six years.
Based on the novel by Elio Vittorini, the piece tells the story of a group of partisans during the Nazi-fascist occupation of Milan.
“A science-fiction experiment presented through the theatre”. Marco Paolini presents the story of a generation faced with new technology.
A performance-debate on legality, the show is a part of a project of collaboration between theatres, prison institutes, schools and civil society.
Dybuk is the name of a play by Andrzej Wajda, but it is also the name of the notebook that tells of its creation. Published by Officina d’arte grafica Lucini, it will be presented at the Chiostro Nina Vinchi on 24th October at 5.30 p.m. by Corraini in Piccolo in collaboration with the Consulate General of the Polish Republic.
On the occasion of the Piccolo’s 70th anniversary, on 30th October at the Chiostro Nina Vinchi at 4.30 p.m., the Paolo Grassi Foundation is organising an event entitled Research on Paolo Grassi's agenda 1945-1947. With Sergio Escobar, Francesca Grassi, Davide Rampello, Stefano Rolando, Alberto Bentoglio, Marta Boneschi, Maria Grazia Gregori, Carlo Tognoli, Ferruccio de Bortoli