Yesterday debut at the Teatro de ‘Servi in Rome the Christmas show for families “La famiglia nel Pallone” directed by Fabrizio Perrone. They recite: Nadia Bengala, Antonio Covatta, Edoardo Busterna, Raffaella Alterio with the video participation of Paola Delli Colli.
The oddities that have become models to be followed are all and the generational models are all considered and ironically placed under the spotlight of modern society without discounts and exceptions. The fragility, the appearance, the selfish search for easy success appears as a level and who perhaps comes out better is precisely who hypocritical morality does not hesitate to put on social media using them as that square where all the same sinners threw the first stone .
Ironic and fun but also bitter as all the truths of the photographs of the time you live.
La famiglia nel pallone
by Antonio Covatta and Alessandro Bonanni
directed by Fabrizio Perrone
with Antonio Covatta, Nadia Bengal, Alessandro Bonanni, Raffaella Alterio and with the video participation of Antonella Salvucci.
A former comedian father owner of a private club, a mother cashier of Ikea and two sons: an online blogger and a Serie A footballer. A weird family that seems happy in TV broadcasts, but is it so in reality? Soon frictions and fractures will emerge, especially between husband and wife. The couple will be forced to make a decision that, unlike what one would expect, will eventually make everyone happy.
from 21 December 2018 to 06 January 2019
The week Friday 21 hours Saturday 17.30 and 21 Sunday at 17.30
II and III week from Tuesday to Friday at 21.00 Saturday at 17.30 and 21 Sunday at 17.30
24 euros platform € 20 Gallery
NEW YEAR 2019
Show (20 hours) + Brindisi & Buffet 50 euros
De ‘Servi Theater
via del Mortaro (corner of Via del Tritone), 22
00100 ROME (RM)
Tel: +39 06 6795130
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 20.00 – Sunday from 15.00 to 17.30
At the Teatro de ‘Servi until January 6, 2019 with the special New Year’s toast.
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Dhebora Mirabelli is a legal project manager as well as a lawyer specializing in administrative law and protection of human rights.
An expert on equal opportunities, social business and corporate social responsibility, she has worked for over fifteen years as managerial coordination of European projects at the Agency for Digital Italy, the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry for the Protection of the Environment, the Earth and the Sea, the Directorate for Cooperation and Development of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc. on the themes of social inclusion, social responsibility, protection of human and environmental rights.
He graduated in business law at the Luiss Guido Carli in Rome, the first level degree in Manager of Development and Cohesion Policies at the University of Parma, the II level Master in Engineering for Public Administrations at the University of Parma. University of Rome Tor Vergata and the Master’s Degree of Executive Business Administration (MBA) at the Graduate Business School of the MIP-Politecnico of Milan, deepening his studies in the international course held at the Tonjii University School of Management in Shanghai, the Audencia Nantes Ecole de Management and the Coppead UFRJ of Rio de Janeiro.
He is a member of the coordination of the national DESC on the Economic and Social Rights of Amnesty International since 2015. Slow Food member. Support of the projects in Africa of the “La Terra di Piero” Association and of the initiatives against the mafia of the “Gli Amici di Goel” volunteers association.
He has edited several sections of online publications, among the most important: https://immigrazione.west-info.eu/; http://www.socialchangeschool.org/it/tag/blog-fatto-quotidiano/; http://www.spiritoleader.it/category/csr-mip/
He has published a book of fairy tales and African photographs “Pole Pole: fairy tales and colors of Tanzania” devolving the proceeds to build a school in Tanzania. Born in Rende, she lived in Sydney recently returned to Italy.