Focus on the Italian theater attached to the n°3 of April 2018 of the webzine of theatrical researches and performing arts Sciami|ricerche
Focus on the Italian theater attached to the n°3 of April 2018 of the webzine of theatrical researches and performing arts Sciami|ricerche

Focus attached to No. 3 of April 18

ABSTRACT
Every number of Sciami|ricerche public research of attachments that pertain to the research paths in the network (theater, sound and vocality and video art). In particular, every six months, the focus is a theater company that composes the Nuovo Teatro made in Italy research path, able to provide a rigorous analytical framework of the theater practice of the company under examination.
Kinkaleri

Kinkaleri

Edited by Francesca Magnini

Focus on Kinkaleri, theatrical group born in 1995 in Florence formed by Matteo Bambi, Luca Camilletti, Massimo Conti, Marco Mazzoni, Gina Monaco and Cristina Rizzo, with the spectacles: I Cenci/Spettacolo (2004), West (2002/2006) andF Everyone gets lighter – All! (2013).

 


Alessandro Sciarroni

Alessandro Sciarroni

Edited by Angela BozzaotraSergio Lo Gatto

Focus on Alessandro Sciarroni, born on July 25th, 1976, with the spectacles: Your girl (2007), Joseph (2011) and UNTITLED_I Will Be There When You Die (2013).

 


Teatro Valdoca

Teatro Valdoca, Ossicine

Edited by Stefano Scipioni

Focus on Teatro Valdoca, theatrical group born in the early eighties from the association between Cesare Ronconi, director, and Mariangela Gualtieri, poet and dramaturga, with the spectacles: Nei leoni e nei lupi (1997), Paesaggio con fratello rotto (2005) and Caino (2011).

 


Pathosformel

Pathosformel

Edited by Lorenzo Guerrieri

Focus on Pathosformel, theatrical group founded in 2004 by Daniel Blanga Gubbay and Paola Villani and separated in 2014, with the spectacles: La timidezza delle ossa (2007), La più piccola distanza (2008) and La prima periferia (2010).

 


Claudio Remondi e Riccardo Caporossi

Claudio Remondi e Riccardo Caporossi

Edited by Viviana Raciti

Focus on Claudio Remondi e Riccardo Caporossi, fertile and long-lived examples of contemporary Italian theater, met in 1969, with the spectacles Sacco (1974), Pozzo (1978) Ameba (1986), Rem & Cap (1988) and Mendel (2012).

 


Mario Ricci

Mario Ricci

Edited by Cristina Grazioli

Focus on Mario Ricci, roman artist marked by the proximity to the visual arts, with the spectacles: Illuminazione (1967) and Moby Dick (1971).

 


Franco Scaldati

Franco Scaldati

Edited by Viviana Raciti

Focus on Franco Scaldati, actor, director and playwright born April 13, 1943 in Montelepre, a small town on the outskirts of Palermo, with the spectacles: Lucio (1978) and Totò e Vicé (1993).

 


Giualiano Scabia

Giuliano Scabia

Edited by Viviana Raciti

Focus on Giuliano Scabia, man of theater, poet, playwright, narrator, actor, director, pedagogue, with the spectacles: Zip Lap Lip Vap Mam Crep Scap Plip Trip Scrap & la Grande Mam alle prese con la società contemporanea (1965), Marco Cavallo (1973)and Il gorilla quadrumàno (1974).

 


Stefano Scipioni

Stefano Scipioni

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