Gianluca De Col
1 - 3 February 2013
the evening continues with AD2012.Progetto Nil admirari
by and with: Gianluca De Col
scenic dramaturgy: Gianluca De Col, Alessandra De Santis, Attilio Nicoli Cristiani
supervision: Alessandra De Santis, Attilio Nicoli Cristiani
technique: Monia Giannobili
sound: Luca Pagliano
played piano for the recording: Davide Dellino
Production De Col, Olinda and Teatro delle Moire
In Milan there is a neighbourhood, once called the Casbah of Porta Chica.
In the 80s and 90s it was famous for the presence of transsexuals and transvestites.
In the Casbah there was “the dolls’ palace”.
The house where transsexuals and transvestites – the dolls – lived.
Lola is one of those dolls.
Lola Polio is used to walking on glass.
Lola has the vocation of a poet and a specialisation in survival…
Lola tries to resist time and the indifference of the times.
Lola talks a lot just to give herself the impression of still being someone.
Gianluca De Col was born in Belluno in 1978. He lives and works in Milan. He graduated from the Carlo Goldoni School for Actors of the Teatro Stabile del Veneto (2000) and from the Dramaturgy Course of the Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Art (2003). He works as an author, actor and performer, and has been working for several years on disguise as a theatrical craft (in the role of Cassandra Casbah, he plays the role of Serata Gaudenzia). In the 2011 edition of “From up close no one is normal” he presented Transfigurata, the spiritual testament of a drag queen. She collaborates with Teatro delle Moire and Milena Costanzo.
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