Andrea Pennacchi “reopens” the Odeo Cornaro

“We could go and lightweight a candle for St.? With the election simply across the nook, perhaps it is higher to go to the Altissmo. We hope you will take heed to us,” Andrea Pennacchi tells us, after all, dismissively in dialect. in any case, the appointment for the basilica and we’re additionally slightly late. “Or what if we drink a spritz?” he asks very severely. “However should not we discuss theatre?” “All for theatre, it is best to know that by now”, and he bursts out laughing.

The actor is as soon as once more the creative director of Odeo Days. A billboard is definitely not trivial what’s proposed, furthermore in a spot that could be very pricey to the actor. “Look what a spot this Cornaro had made for Ruzzante. In the course of the fifteenth century, Cornaro, a really rich landowner, additionally as a result of he “sucked the poaretti” determined to do that right here », he tells us, main us to this lovely house. On the time, it was frequent for the rich to do one thing lovely with all that “schei”, so he constructed the Odeo, the primary masonry theater of the Renaissance. On the finish of the good looking expeditions there have been the exhibits written by Ruzzante. Assume how good. Let’s go in?” Pennacchi at all times jokes, however he does it very severely. He would not deny a joke to anybody, not even to himself you’d say, however in case you take heed to the proposal of this particular and particular pageant, you perceive how a lot he cares about this association that has been repeated for a number of years. “Look, this is this system. It is lovely, there are lots of attention-grabbing folks. Have a look at that forged!” He says, waving the occasion brochure. “The narrative core will at all times stay that of the Odeo: the Renaissance in all its types and vocations. However after all we do it our method,” he at all times jokes, however in case you have a look at the While you have a look at the invoice, you understand that the proposal is each unique and of fine high quality. “We’re taking you down the theater, in a spot that many do not even know. We’re all ready for you, relaxation assured we’ll arrange the seats, you do not have to only come right here. We’ll handle the remainder”, the Odeo Days workers level out. “We’ll be right here till Sunday,” we’ll await you “».

September 8, 9.15 pm
On a night fully dedicated to literature, Lia Celi and Paolo Nori are invited to the stage of Odeo Days in a dialogue to find the crimes, guilt and punishments – fictional or not – that begin from the Renaissance to the characters of the Russian literature. With the free and curious information by Andrea Pennacchi, the three authors will discuss a few of their literary productions akin to “Sanguina nonetheless’ in a stimulating and filled with concepts, which will even contact the best way the author himself tells. The Unbelievable Lifetime of Fëdor M. Dostoevsky ”(Nori, 2021) or ”The Legacy of the Borgias. A brand new analysis by Marco Pellegrini” (Celi – Santangelo, 2021) specializing in yesterday’s and right this moment’s folks.
Data – Free entry

September 9, 9.15 pm
ANOTHER LEARNING – first research
Shakespeare’s Carrots in Venice
Tailored and directed by Andrea Pennacchi
Starring: Evarossella Biolo, Marco Artusi, Beatrice Niero and Claudia Bellemo
Deputy Director: Marco Artusi
Assistant director: Nicola Perin
Manufacturing: Matàz Teatro, Febo Teatro, Dedalofurioso
Shakespeare was a grasp of discovering archetypal texts and shaping them to talk higher to his viewers; Lear is paradigmatic from this perspective: Within the fingers of the Bardo, it turns into a textual content that displays the tensions and fears of post-Elizabethan England, besieged by conflict and epidemic. The succession to energy had prior to now at all times given rise to inside wars and calamities, the interval of relative peace and safety appeared to be drawing to a detailed and the British public watched the modifications with nice concern.
The Italians, the Venetians particularly, have a look at the modifications with the identical concern: with the disaster, the parable of the Italian locomotive derailed, the small firm seems to be microscopic within the context of the world economic system, and the good fortunes of some teams they’re challenged by the challenges of the world and of the sequence of command: the previous household constructions, the clan, don’t appear to have the ability to deal with all this.
On this sense it turns into attention-grabbing to develop a textual content which, ranging from the strong construction that Shakespeare’s Lear gives, examines the modifications going down in our area (to raised make the most of the information of the genius loci), which in truth examines , common.
The legacy of the “substitutes”, the switch to new forces, the patriarchy and aspirations of ladies, the conflict of mentalities: the ethics of labor to the bitter finish and sacrifice within the age of susceptibility; every little thing was already there, in Shakespeare, for us to cleanse it from the mud of time and present its radiant core.
Data – Ticket 5 €

September 10, 9.15 pm
by Dario Fo and Franca Rame
with Matthias Martelli
directed by Eugenio Allegri
Produced by Teatro Stabile di Torino and Artwork Quarium
Government manufacturing 2021-2022 ENFI TEATRO
Mistero Buffo is taken into account the masterpiece of Dario Fo. Eugenio Allegri directs Matthias Martelli within the revival of this extraordinary work: the actor stands alone on stage, with out tips, aspiring to contain the viewers within the dramatic motion, entering into a flash from comedian lasso to poetry, to sluggish human and social. A brand new and unique language and interpretation, within the title of the custom of a style utilized by medieval jesters to overthrow the triumphant ideology of the time and reveal its unfoundedness.
Data – Ticket € 15

September 11, 9.15 pm
Tales of scholars by the ages
Curated by Andrea Pennacchi, Cristina La Rocca, Giulia Zornetta
in collaboration with Lorenzo Maragoni
Lecture with Andrea Pennacchi, Giulia Briata and Lorenzo Maragoni, reside music by Giorgio Gobbo Born for the presentation of the Bo2022 database that collects greater than 50,000 names of graduates in Padua from 1222 to 1989, with their native land in Italy, in Europe and on this planet, the joint lecture of Andrea Pennacchi and Lorenzo Maragoni recounts the various neighborhood of women and men who’ve studied in Padua and their assembly as a decisive stage of their mental {and professional} future.
A mirrored image, typically autobiographical, of the world of the scholars of yesterday and right this moment, on the lives of younger folks in Padua and on how college research have modified and may change their lives.
Data – Ticket € 10


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