Rosario Tedesco e Matteo Caccia
SE DICO GOETHE
11 - 13 March 2015
Following in the footsteps of Goethe’s “The Italian Journey”, a new journey into the vices and virtues, the commonplaces and surprises, the geography and the people you don’t expect to meet.
“What comes to mind when I say Goethe?
In 1786 Goethe entered the Belpaese: his Journey to Italy lasted two years and changed him forever. Last spring, Rosario Tedesco, a man of theatre and travel, was commissioned by the Goethe-Institut to revisit the great German poet’s journey in a contemporary key. In his journey he met and talked about Italians and Italy today. This was done through a multimedia travel diary in which the words of the blog alternated with tweets, videos, sounds and images.
Rosario Tedesco now recounts his surprising experience on stage, and does so in a game of uprooting our preconceived ideas, even about ourselves.
with Rosario Tedesco, audio and lighting technician Paolo Corleoni
Rosario Tedesco is an actor and theatre director. He trained at Luca Ronconi’s school and since the late 1990s has worked with Antonio Latella. In 2005 he began working in Germany at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, the Schauspiel Köln and the Volksbühne in Berlin. Recently he has taken part in international films acting alongside Anthony Hopkins, Udo Kier, Michael York. Rosario Tedesco is also a walker-narrator. In 2009 he completed the Camino de Santiago and on the way to Finisterre his second walking project took shape: “Il Vento nelle Scarpe”, a 1770 km solitary walk along the Danube, completed between 2011 and 2012 in 92 days, crossing 6 countries.