The evening begins with LOLA POLIO. Poemetto borderline
with Floor Robert, Giacomo Bogani, Andrea Falcone, Francesco Michele Laterza
lyrics Andrea Falcone
musical project Giacomo Bogani
lighting design and technique Giulia Broggi
stylistic consultancy Maria Sole Vannetti
production inQuanto teatro
co-production Operaestate Festival Veneto
in collaboration with Kinkaleri, La Piccionaia
nil admirari | jury mention Premio Scenario 2011
Nil admirari is a research project started at the beginning of 2011. The project, presented at the Final of Premio Scenario, was awarded with the Special Mention of the Jury. “For the wit of a scenic game that involves the audience with intelligence and irony and for the creation of an original language that invents a parallel world populated by objects and governed by accumulation and non-sense”.
AD 2012 is a work about time, built on discrepancies and analogies between old and new gestures and discourses. It is a work against time. We respect every version of the facts based on a before, a now and an after, but that is not what interests us. We seek an awareness: where are we?
AD 2012 is a work out of time, bringing together characters from Sacred Representations and passages of recitar cantando with ephemeral scenes and artificial landscapes, with everyday objects that we cannot find normal. In contradiction, in error, that is where we find ourselves. This is a human portrait, perhaps that of a generation, more certainly that of a genre of people: romantics, one might say. In love with the elsewhere and the otherwise. Time has passed, we are told, but it is not true: time remains, it is we who are leaving.
inQuanto teatro is an artistic collective founded in 2010 in Florence by Andrea Falcone, Floor Robert and Giacomo Bogani. Part of a wider network of links and unions, extended in space and time, inQuanto teatro collaborates or has collaborated with Giulia Broggi (performance, graphics, video editing), Matteo Balbo (performance, graphics), Susanna Stigler (photography), Duccio Mauro (photography), Maria Sole Vannetti (costumes) and Francesco Michele Laterza (performance). Currently, inQuanto teatro is part of Officina Teatro, a project of Operaestate Festival Veneto for young companies, and receives the support of Kinkaleri and La Piccionaia – I Carrara, Teatro Stabile d’Innovazione di Vicenza. inQuanto teatro is a network of tense connections and understandings in the artistic field; a knitting with many hands, reusing plots and shreds from another time to weave the text of tomorrow.
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