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  • Salome

    by Oscar Wilde Written in November-December 1891 in Paris and dedicated to Pierre Louys.   “What a fascinating period for anyone who wants to make predictions about how the emerging theater is…

  • The birds

    by Aristophanes Birds, an endless play… Sooner or later, leaders come back to occupy, in the society that is waiting for them, that vacant post. Cultures, fascinating, deceitful leaders…

  • The approach of the hour

    A show of clowns and pantomime, created for the island and wood of the Parco Querini Stampa, as twilight approaches. on commission from the Feste Mozartiane in Vicenza directed by Marina Spreafico

  • The Diary of one who disappeared

    by Leoš Janáček

  • Le boeuf sur le toit and Renard

    by D. Milhaud, I. Stravinsky, J. Cocteau Commissioned by and performed at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice conductor of the orchestra Jan Latham-Koenig

  • Three women

    by Sylvia Plath Sylvia Plath, the poet who committed suicide, wrote the radio play Three women between 1960 and 1963. A poem for three voices. I first heard the name of Sylvia…

  • Hieros gamos

    Five funny beings between heaven and earth.

  • Rhythm/Gesture

    by Marina Spreafico, Kuniaki Ida and Walter Morelli (percussion) What are the relations between gesture and sound? Between movement and rhythm? Starting out from situations of everyday life with which we are…

  • Mime Masks Movement

    by Kuniaki Ida and Marina Spreafico An encounter-performance that aims to take the audience on a short journey through mime, understood not so much as a specific theatrical style but as the…