Duration: 75 minutes
Caravansaray Selinunte San Siro is an artistic and social project that has been created in the community, placing the inhabitants of a marginalised district at the centre. Five writers in residence in the area have constructed a series of dialogues with the residents of San Siro, with the intermediation of Social Guardians, a service set up by the Municipality of Milan. The dialogues contain stories, life experiences and short narratives, lending a voice to the residents through a show that will be staged at the Piccolo Teatro Grassi with thanks to the collaboration of the Municipality of Milan. The days running up to the play will see short theatrical events in the district, in order to allow for the narration and daily sharing of some of the customs and traditions of the various ethnicities present in San Siro. The show is free of charge for the residents of the district and the entire city of Milan. A series of free buses will also be organised in order to transport the residents of the district from Piazzale Segesta to the Piccolo Teatro and back.
Piccolo Teatro Grassi
Friday 25 September 2020, 8.30 p.m.
Saturday 26 September 2020, 7.30 p.m.
Sunday 27 October 2020, 4 p.m.
CARAVANSARAY SELINUNTE SAN SIRO
A participatory dramaturgy project for the regeneration of suburban spaces
a project created by Outis - National Centre of Contemporary Dramaturgy
texts by Bruna Bonanno, Angela Demattè, Anna Serlenga, Fabrizio Sinisi, Daniele Vitrone alias Diamante
dramaturgic coordination Fabrizio Sinisi
directed by Benedetto Sicca
with Francesco Aricò, Emanuele D’Errico, Dario Rea, Francesco Roccasecca
and with the rappers Diamante, Flo’w, Scock and Anima VDP
director’s assistant Marialuisa Bosso
sets Luigi Ferrigno and Rosita Vallefuoco
costumes Giuseppe Avallone and Mariacarmen Falanga
light designer Giuliano Almerighi, stage costumer Maria Laracca
music by Damekuta and Diamante, rap lyrics by Diamante, Flo’w, Scock and Anima VDP
executive producers mare culturale urbano / Ludwig - officina di linguaggi contemporanei
production collaboration from Teatro Sannazaro of Naples