In a wood on the hills, with no internet connection, three lost characters meet in the middle of the night, their destiny is crossing. A show that tells in an engaging and human way the society of the future between technology, ecology, utopia.
directed by Marta Dalla Via and Diego Dalla Via
with Marta Dalla Via, Diego Dalla Via, Elisabetta Granara
The Fratelli Dalla Via are a small family business that builds stories. With their shows they have won numerous awards including the “Premio Kantor” (2011), the “Premio Scenario” (2013) and the “Premio Hystrio Castel dei Mondi” (2014). Recently Marta Dalla Via won the Mariangela Melato Award (2019).
NOVEMBRE is a playing field in which three dancers build a common landscape. A never ending weaving where bodies, physical games and mechanisms are entangled. NOVEMBRE draws us towards the group and collaboration, into personal and shared space, into the pleasure of playing and imagination. A unique autumn time made of inventiveness and joined forces. November is the game of being together.
concept and direction Roser López Espinosa
creation and dance Roberto Provenzano, Nora Baylach, Roser López Espinosa
original music Ilia Mayer
Roser López Espinosa's choreographic work is based in a strong phisicality, with great passion for precision, delicacy, acrobatic elements and detail. Complicity and team work go hand in hand in a vital and playful imaginary, with refined poetics and a touch of humour. Her work as a maker has received international recognition with several prizes. She is a resident artist in theater Mercat de les Flors 2018-20 and an associated artist at creation centre La Caldera in Barcelona.
In the show the story of "an ordinary couple of dictators", the Ceausescus spouses, is told in the first person by the same characters. Nicolae Ceausescu and Elena Petrescu, capricious and bloodthirsty despots, for over twenty years have sown fear in the Romanian people, only to end up summarily executed in front of the cameras, under the eyes of the world, on December 25th 1989.
directed and play by Elvira Frosini e Daniele Timpano
written by David Lescot
Elvira Frosini and Daniele Timpano are among the most appreciated contemporary Italian playwrights, actors and directors. They have always worked on the present and on the relationship with history, through a work that brings the anthropological drifts of society to the stage.
The sea. What makes you think of the sound of the sea? Melville's Moby Dick. All the sea in a book. A small installation, a small performance, for a small audience. As if you were in the hold of a whaler.
loosely based on Melville's Moby Dick
directed by Roberto Abbiati
with Roberto Abbiati and Johannes Schlosser
original music by Fabio Besana
Roberto Abbiati actor, musician and illustrator, with “Una tazza di mare in tempesta” won the Fiesole award for the arts. In the cinema, he works with Carlo Mazzacurati in the films “La giusta distanza” e “La Passione” He founded a theatre in Salvador de Bahia in one of the most violent neighborhoods in the city.
Show for 22 spectators at a time (for adults and children from 6 years)
We continue, as in the other part “La morte e la fanciulla” of this Poiesis project, by translating a meticulous musical score into a staged performance in the attempt to transform music and bodies into sound to be seen. We found the right form of music in the Free Jazz style, in particular the legendary Charles Mingus album (1956): Pithecanthropus Erectus. This second part sees four male dancers on stage who give shape to the music from a masculine point of view. Through the genius of Charles Mingus and his experiment with multi-instrumentation, we try out possible multi-shapes belonging to the 21st century man.
project, direction and choreography by Michele Abbondanza and Antonella Bertoni
choreographed in collaboration with the dancers Marco Bissoli, Fabio Caputo, Cristian Cucco, Nicolas Grimaldi Capitello
music by Charles Mingus
Following their experience in the Alwin Nikolais school in New York, their studies with Domonique Dupuy and 'poetic' improvisations by Carolyn Carlson in France and their study and practice of Zen, Michele Abbondanza and Antonella Bertoni founded their "Compagnia Abbondanza/Bertoni". This company is renowned as one of the most prolific dance theatre companies within the Italian scene for their productions, teaching and pedagogical work as well as for the diffusion of contemporary Dance Theatre.
MAZE is a live performance of lights and shadows in which sculptures and bodies are projected live on a big screen like in a cinematographic film that is built instantly.
directed and play by Valeria Bianchi, Aurora Buzzetti, Giulia De Canio
original music by Posho
UnterWasser is a theatre research group founded in 2014 by Valeria Bianchi, Aurora Buzzetti and Giulia De Canio. The company stands on the border between visual theater and contemporary art, studying the reciprocal contaminations and searching for language to investigate the human and its facets.
Selection In-Box 2019
This work, inspired bythe novel by Victor Hugo, proceeds towards the drifts of humanmisery. There is no claim to narrate the events of the novel, itwould have been impossible. They have worked rather with leftovers,emotional residues, fragments left after an explosion and waiting forthe great catastrophe. Expect to have some laughs.
directed by Milena Costanzo
with Milena Costanzo, Rossana Gay, Francesco Pennacchia, Gianluca Stetur
original music by Elia Baioni
Milena Costanzo actress and director has worked for many years with Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Claudio Morganti, Alfonso Santagata, Stephan Braunshweig, Roberto Bacci, Anton Milienin. In 2011 she won the Ubu Prize with the show "Lucido" with Roberto Rustioni. From 2012 he continues his research working on the Sexton-Dickinson-Weil trilogy. She currently runs workshops for professional actors.
CABE, A VHS Elegy is a performative project in the making, the first stage of a journey that starts from everyday objects, personal and shared memories to investigate the father-daughter relationship and one's own identity. Through movement and word we question ourselves about what remains of a person's life in the objects he leaves: in this case, a father who leaves 349 videotapes to a daughter.
directed and play by Giulia Bean
Giulia Bean graduated in Choreography at the National Academy of Dance (Rome). In 2018 she followed the company of Lenka Vagnerová (Prague) during the creationof the play "Avant Tout" by the director Lionel Menard. Always fascinated by the analogical world and the exploration of non-academically educated bodies, she works alongside non-professionals through improvisation techniques.
Project selected in the context of Maestri della Luce / Festival In Visible Cities (Gorizia)
Tuesday, June 24, 2014, the heart of Ciro Esposito, the 28-year-old Naples fan wounded by a Roman football fan, has stopped beating. As a result of this news, the company began the long journey towards the world of Ultras, which lasted 4 years, to investigate its mentality, to discover its ethical and behavioral code.
by Adriano Pantaleo and Gianni Spezzano
with Adriano Pantaleo
directed by Gianni Spezzano
In the heart of the eastern suburbs of Naples, the gym of an abandoned school becomes the Nest, East Naples Theatre. The commitment on the territory, the productions involving important realities and an untiring teamwork have been the ingredients that made the company win the 2017 Critical Network award and obtain recognition from the Mibac.
Selection Torino Fringe In Rete
Two evenings open to the public during which the finalist companies, selected by a jury of critics and theatre operators, will present an extract of their work. The Award is aimed at young companies supporting the production of theater projects under study, which have never before made their debut. The aim is to identify and support new theatrical proposals, encourage contemporary creation, promote the exchange between theatre operators and critics.
Yearning for the future in search of Ashkenazi- Feminine- physical identity. Through chanting of forbidden ancient beat, we wish to observe the far past and far future. We wish to embrace the fear of tradition, and out of it to give birth to the unknown feminine body and movement. This is the second joint creation of Merav Dagan and Stav Marin’s in which they continue to ask questions and evaluate their place as women in society and as women on stage.
concept and dance by Merav Dagan and Stav Marin
dramaturgy by Neta Weiner
Merav Dagan is a choreographer, performer, and dance and yoga instructor. She is a graduate of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and a present M.A student at the interdisciplinary art program at Tel Aviv University. Merav was a DanceWEB scholar at ImPulsTanz festival in Vienna. She has worked with various choreographers and directors in Israel and has performed in festivals and theaters around the world. Stav Marin is an Israeli choreographer and dancer. She has participated as a dancer and performer in dozens of dance and theater productions performed in Israel and abroad, and has done collaborative work with a variety of choreographers, dance companies and artists. In the past few years she has created works of her own which explore the physical-verbal connection.
Project selected in collaboration Kelim Choreography Center – Bat Yam (Tel Aviv)
An immersion in a deep perceptual state in which the body can be left free to live inthe instant. Emptiness produces the conditions for which each material form exists and the body is this material form, a living architecture that is constantly reshaped in its spatio-temporal design. The choreographic drawing composes a succession of poses and transitions in a flow of dynamically active images, not previously supposable, that escape from moment to moment, according to processes of continuous metamorphosis.
concept and dance by Stefania Tansini
Stefania Tansini. After studying artistic gymnastics and classical dance, in 2014 she graduated as a dancer at the Scuola D'Arte Drammatica Paolo Grassi, Milan. Since 2019 he has been an artist associated with the Nexus/Simona Bertozzi association. To date, he is working on his new creation The grace of the terrible, which will debut this summer at Kilowatt Festival, and is collaborating with SECRET THEATER ENSEMBLE for Utera, a visual-sound show with biodynamic sensors, live videosets and spatialized voices.
Project selected within “Citofonare PimOff 19/20”.
With KONTROL Mai continues her exploration of the "body in extreme states" and creates an intimate and powerful work for the dancer herself. A danced portrait that plays with the specific characteristics of her body, its power and its changes in body contours. The attempt to maintain KONTROL over one's own body is also a desperate attempt to deny the unstoppable decay of the body.
a project by Patricia Carolin Mai
a production by Patricia Carolin Mai; co-produced by Kampnagel Hamburg
Patricia Carolin Mai studied dance at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, the SNDO Amsterdam as well as the Master of Performance Studies at the University of Hamburg. The examination of the body as a central link for memories marks the centre of her works. She presented her dance productions at international festivals in Israel, Belgium, England, Italy, Korea and Germany. Since 2015 she researches on "bodies in extreme states of emergency". Together with 70 people of all ages she creates a mass dance work during the eight month residency at K3-Zentrum für Choreographie |Tanzplan Hamburg at Kampnagel.
Selected within "Citofonare PimOff 19/20".
Detached from some storm, uprooted, the trees have sailed. It is the first prodigy of wood, floating. Our human species has been able to explore the planet, to know it, thanks to the wood that knows how to navigate. Otherwise we had to wait for aviation.
(Erri de Luca, writer)
From this material that contains the history of the sea, starts the desire to reveal the body in contact with it. A living material that informs the body of its history and in turn the body tells it, transforming it into a dialogue, a dynamic exchange between order and chaos.
concept by Lara Russo
with Lara Russo and Irina Bürgi
Lara Russo studied and worked in Barcelona and then in Berlin. In 2011, returning to Italy, she began a dance research as a choreographer thanks to the IFA Academy at Inteatro. In 2013 she won the G'da prize for young Italian choreographers. In 2014, with the show 'Legame' she won the public prize at the Danze Oriente Occidente festival in Rovereto. In 2015 she won the Dna Appunti Choreographic award at the Romaeuropa festival with the piece Ra-me which allows to deepen her research with the material, making his debut at the 2016 Venice Biennale. Since 2011 she has been a member of the A.F.I professional dance school led by Brigel Gjoka as a teacher of improvisation and composition.
Project selected within “Citofonare PimOff 19/20”.
The starting point of the project is a list, compiled since 1993 by more than 500 NGOs and activists around Europe. The list is registering deaths of refugees and migrants who attempt to reach Europe and by now listing more than 36000 people. For each incident one could find information about the date of the incident, the number of people found dead in that specific case, their names (missing in 99% cases), gender & age (often missing), the cause of death, and the organization/s that reported the incident. The list is a grandiose commemorative site, a document of death thoroughly constructed through the accumulation of data. It is an archive that attempts to shed light on a mass phenomenon of social and political importance, of a catastrophe that takes place within and on the borders of Europe. NECROPOLIS is thought as a long term creation project: Zaides and his team are thus able to develop their hybrid methodology consisting partly of documentary and investigative approach, inspired by the techniques of the expanded practice of forensics, and partly of a physical choreographic investigation.
concept & direction by Arkadi Zaides
dramaturgy by Igor Dobricic
research and choreography assistant Emma Gioia
Arkadi Zaides is an independent choreographer. Born in 1979 in ּBelorussia, former USSR, he immigrated to Israel in 1990 and currently lives in France. Zaides' work examines the ways in which political and social contexts effect the physical body and constitute choreography. His practice aims to challenge and inspire viewers. It offers an inclusive realm that brings together diverse communities and sectors of society.