On 19 and 20 September 2014 at 20.30 will be staged at the Teatro Argentina, the show “Journey to the ‘island of Sakhalin,” loosely based on the novella by Anton Chekhov.
The Centro Studi Enrico Maria Salerno intends to reopen the doors of the Rome prison of Rebibbia to citizenship for the fourth exhibition of theatrical productions, film and video made inside the prison.
Each round of the “Festival of a recluse” promote the meeting between the Prison and Civil Society, and will be an opportunity for discussion between inmates, students, teachers, judges, lawyers, intellectuals, politicians and artists.
The project, in cooperation with the Directorate of Rebibbia NC, aims to transform a suburban theater, moreover located within a place of confinement, in a stage open to the public, a center for the dissemination and promotion of the permanent theatrical culture national, a place of encounter and exchange of artistic and cultural experiences.
This year, the program offers: Journey to the Island of Sakhalin, from A.Cechov, directed by Laura Andreini and Valentina Esposito; Arturo Ué (Brecht Rebibbia), by B. Brecht, directed by Fabio Cavalli; Tribute and De André edited by M ° Franco Moretti; I remember Enrico Maria Salerno 20 years after his death (projections); Track Time, written and directed by Valentina Esposito; projections for the Tenth Anniversary of the Theatre of Rebibbia; The Castaway by Tennyson, with Patrizia Zappa Mulas.
Festival of a recluse – Travel to the island of Sakhalin
Where: Teatro Argentina
Address: Largo di Torre Argentina, 52, 00186 Rome
Free admission with reservation required
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