Will Gabriel Garco be credible by interpreting Shakespeare’s Hamlet? The answer will be going to the Theatre Sala Umberto in Rome, where is scheduled until October 15, 2017 the Paul Rudnik comedy “Odio Amleto” (trad. “I Hate Hamlet”), with Alessandro Benvenuti as director and screenplay.
The story focuses on the figure of an actor, Andrew Rally (Gabriel Garco), who, having gained great television audience success, decides to challenge himself with a great theatrical rehearsal: “Amlet”!
On the stage you will find next to him two “icons” of the Italian theater; Ugo Pagliai and Paola Gassman. And by their side Andrew Rally (Gabriel Garco) gives the best of it!
With the help of John Barrymore, a renowned Shakespearean actor, Andrew Rally wins his fears, and in just six weeks he goes to the stage.
With the scream “Odio Amleto”, Andrew Rally is able to exorcise the fear and turn that piece of TV into something new and unexpected.
He does’t even believe him! Will you give up on success and money for a new life? ”
“To point out the excellent interpretation of Guglielmo Favilla as a producer-maker who is insensitive to art and haggling of money.”
Born in Perugia, graduated in Economics at the University of Siena. Consultant for multinational corporations, passionate about marketing marketing and history, has always been a theater lover.
He moved to Rome as a freelancer, has launched a study of legal insurance advice. For business or pleasure, he has travelled over half the world, and is waiting to discover the beauties of the other “half”.
His mission: to finish the renovation of a small hill town in Umbria.
With a couple of marriages behind him, he toured Italy with a spider searching the soulmate.