Choreography: Simona Bucci
Performed by: Hal Yamanouchi
Stage and Costumes: Simona Bucci
Lights designer: Gabriele Termine
Organization: Marika Errigo
Communication: Valeria Cossu
With the support of: MiBAC, dip. dello spettacolo dal Vivo; Regione Toscana

A practice of observation in the ever changing waters of the same stream.
The need to ponder the imponderable, to consider impermanence; traversing the fragments of Heraclitus, which like rooms in a single yet infinite house, immerse us in doubt rather than certainty.
Doubt, which becomes a possible vehicle along the "impossible" path of understanding.
The unity of opposites, foundation of becoming, the law of the universe; Nothing is. All is one one is all.

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Choreography: Simona Bucci

giuditta e oloferne square.pngPerformed by: Eleonora Chiocchini, Carmelo Scarcella, Frida Vannini
Original Music: Paki Zennaro
Light design and scenography: Angelo Linzalata
Co-production: Fondazione I Teatri di Reggio Emilia
 
The dramatic biblical story of Judith and Holophernes is one of the most represented in the history of art. It has inspired the immagination and empathy of whoever comes across the figure of the heroic and virtuous Judith, a symbol of potentiality.    

Choreography: Simona Bucci

macbeth 3 foto di Gabriele Termine light

Once again, the underlying theme is the exploration of the condition of man and his nature, particularly here in terms of the problematics of power and its exercise. The sense of Shakespeare’s tragedy is the transition from a fatal and magic sphere to the psychological and human. Like the witches, Lady Macbeth becomes a creature of the night and her identification with those beings who seem the very breath of earth and air incarnated in her own physical feminine presence, underscores the progressive transition from the metaphysical to the human. The human nature explored here embodies the creative and destructive nucleus of the passage of the events, the force which incites, transforms, exalts, condemns and arms, along a tragic path made of promises, potential, ambition, fear, guilt, blame, punishment and madness; all emerging from the wild ebb and flow of human conscience.

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Choreography and original concept: Simona Bucci

i rimasti squareThe painting portrays a large room of a hospice for the homeless on Christmas day. The room is empty of decoration except for the large tables and benches where the residents pass their time. Five figures, I Rimasti (the ones left behind) are present; confused, resigned, abandoned, immersed in their melancholy but charged with profound emotional tension. The desolation of the homeless alone, waiting for the relative that will never arrive. The light and shadows, the void and the full, are perceived as metaphorical elements that guide us into a corner of existence unpleasant to uncover. Morbelli decomposes the light unified in visual perception and transfers it on the canvas aligning the different chromatic elements of which it is made up presenting the viewer with an experience the naked eye does not allow.

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