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The Italian Cultural Institute and Institute For Cultural Inquiry Collaborate To Produce A Theatralia Performance In Berlin
January 10th, 2014
The Italian Cultural Institute and Institute For Cultural Inquiry Collaborate To Produce A Theatralia Performance In Berlin – The Performances Are In English, Italian and German
On Thursday 16th January the ICI and Italian Cultural Institute collaborate with this performance ‘Some Afternoons Never Seem To End’…(in a positive way of course).
News from Berlin. The performance will comprise of a theatre monologue by Mario Fortunato and performances by theatralia.
Mario Fortunato is an author, literary critic, and the former Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in London. His publications include:Luoghi naturali, L’arte di perdere peso, I giorni innocenti della Guerra, Allegra Street, Il viaggio a Paros, and L’Italia degli altri. He regularly writes for the Italian news magazine L’Espresso.
Theatralia is an international collective of performers and artists who explore texts throufh physical theatre, live art & music, inventive digital art and audience participation. It was founded by Filomena Campus in 2003 and since 2006 its productions have been sponsored by the Arts Council of England. Their ‘Misterioso. A Journey into the Silence of Thelonious Monk’, written by Stefano Benni, was presented at London Riverside Studios and at the Edinburgh Festival.
Filomena Campus is a theatre director and a Jazz musician. Productions inclide Not in My Name inspired by The Living Theatre and U238 by March Paolini. Campus has also worked as a university lecturer in London. Please see www.filomenacampus.com for more details.
News from Berlin.