It's time to wake up, the alarm goes off, you need to get dressed quickly and get ready for the day. But what happens when we wear clothes? New possibilities open up. Clothes transform us into characters who communicate with them and create new scenarios. Jealous boyfriends and romantic suitors come to life from jackets and hats; songs are sung by gloves and socks; coats tell irreverent stories. A show for great epiccini.
Two buffoons, a blind and a cripple, look for the way back to home. Time has taken them far away and they no longer remember the journey. At home there mom is waiting for them. Perhaps. Maybe they just got lost. To continue they must to eat and to eat to make money and then they improvise street musicians and they sing about their pain, their anger, their nostalgia and the joy of being still alive. They ask for small change and leave in their wheelchair, their home has become a cart full of hugged tools. Two Beckettian characters who ask themselves many questions and find no solutions but only the possibility of "wasting time" whatever happens.
Parodia in un atto monologato di GIANNI BERTOSSA con MARIETTA JEMMI e NATHAN SCHOCHER
WITH THE CONTRIBUTION OF PGI MOESANO
As part of the Grin Festival, the PGI Moesano section proposes a play with a historical inspiration on the alleged rise to success of the 18th-century Roveredan architect Gabriel de Gabrieli.
Based on the graphic novel "Gabriel de Gabrieli and the Gabrielor" which appeared in the summer of 2021, the author dedicates this new and fun story to him in a very special Italian. In fact, the jester at the Ansbach court is desperate because she is unable to amuse the very demanding Princess Christiane Charlotte Würtemberg-Winnetal zu Ansbach while her husband, Marquis Wilhelm Friedrich von Brandenburg-Ansbach, delights with music. But finally one day ...
Nicolò Toschi, Carlo Coppadoro, Xyomara Campos Lahoz, Monica Rois, Nicolò Antioco Ximenes, Federico Bassi, Clio Gaudenzi, Amedeo Miori
Have you ever walked into a yellow, circus-shaped apartment building with an elevator? Yes to Dante Alighieri. Certainly it is not heartening to discover that even for the top, which boasts highly respectable surreal experiences, it is not an easy journey.
In his restless wandering he will meet mad doctors, exhausted professors, lonely mothers, forgotten tramps, lazy couch potatoes, suicidal flamenco and joyful drag queens. Between vivid dreams and veiled reality, the visions of our medieval friend unfold, distant musical visions, moving bodies too close. Don't be deceived by their scent of freedom, in the end you won't be able to get out!
PANIKOMMEDIA is a show that combines circus, comedy and live music. Live music is the trait that distinguishes the Paniko Circus since its inception. The musicians never stop exchanging instruments: from the double bass to the piano, from the marimba to the Indian sitar, passing through trombones, saxes, trumpets and clarinets ... painting a different soundscape for each scene.
A weird character opens his large suitcase and takes out telephones with handsets, extendable wires, number keys and rotating discs. Then he invites young and old to sit down and answer: on the other end of the phone he tells the short and very special "Tales on the Phone" by Mr. Gianni Rodari. An interactive installation, where fantastic, delicate, funny short stories can be listened to one after the other without ever getting tired. A theatrical animation that welcomes girls and boys intriguing them with objects that are part of an "ancient" imaginary.
Show of storytelling and gesture theater, "Goat genealogies" tells of family and personal ties that exist, are created and unraveled within a herd of goats. These bonds are intertwined with other ties, familiar, human that resurface during the story.
Once upon a time there was a woman who lived in the woods, ate its fruits and rested in its shadow. In the summer she took a shower at the waterfall and a bath in the pond. In winter, when the wind visited the wood with its sharp needles, she took refuge in a cave.