Save the date
Correlations-being in the world
edited by Donatella Ventimiglia
Francesco Sframeli - Spiro Scimone - Gianluca Cesale - Julia Weber
directed by Francis Sframeli
scene Lino Fiorito
lighting design Beatrice Ficalbi
assistant director Roberto Bonaventura
stills Paul Galletta
technical director Santo Pinizzotto
realization scene Nino Zuccaro
production Compagnia Scimone Sframeli
in collaboration with Théâtre Garonne Toulouse
With the Love Scimone Sframeli Company continues its dramatic path to the edges of humanity, within non-places, where the characters do not have names and are "all old men."
In scene two couples: the old man and the old woman, the master nor the fireman. Four figures moving among the graves. The scene is in fact a cemetery.
Time is suspended, perhaps, are living the last days of their lives.
Dialogues newspapers and surreal, fast pace that intercept relationships, attention and physical demands that conceal the need on the threshold between the truth and tragedy of everyday life.
Love is an extreme condition and perhaps eternal.
The Compagnia Scimone Sframeli born in 1994 thanks to the artistic collaboration between Spiro Scimone and Francesco Sframeli. In that year, the two actors, driven by the need to seek new languages, they stage the first work written by Nunzio Scimone, in Messina language. The work (IDI prize "New Composers" 1994 Gold Medal IDI for the dramaturgy 1995), is crucial leg of their artistic career, thanks to the meeting with one of the most prominent and influential figures of the international theater: Carlo Cecchi . The artist, in fact, he directed the show which debuts at the International Taormina Arte Festival. In 1997 Scimone wrote Bar, starred with Sframeli directed by Valerio Binasco and Titina Maselli scenography. In the same year Scimone and Sframeli won the UBU Prize respectively as "New Author" and "New Actor". In 2012 he made his debut Down Scimone, directed by Sframeli and interpretation of the two actors together and Cesale Arena. The show (Ubu 2012 Best Set Design Award) is produced by the Company along with the Festival of the Turinese Hills and at the Théâtre Garonne in Toulouse. In 2015 Scimone and Sframeli interpret along with Cesale and Julia Weber Love the show, written and directed by Scimone Sframeli.
The shows of the Compagnia Scimone Sframeli were represented in England, France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Canada, Argentina, Portugal, Netherlands, Croatia, Greece, Sweden and in the most prestigious European festivals, including the Festival d'Automne à Paris the Kunsten Festival des Arts in Brussels, the Festival de Otoño in Madrid, the Rotterdam international Film Festival, the Festival de Almada -Portugal, Inernacional the Festival de Teatro Mercosur Cordoba, Zagreb Festival. The texts are translated into French, English, German, greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Croatian, Slovenian, Danish and staged in France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, Greece, Croatia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Belgium, Norway , Denmark, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela. They are also published in Italy by Ubulibri, France Dall'Arche translated by Jean Paul Manganaro and Valeria Tasca, in Spain since the Astillero Theatre with the translation of Carla Matteini, in Portugal by Artistas Unidos.
Scimone and Sframeli have directed and starred in the film Two friends (adapted from the play Nunzio) winner of the Golden Lion for Best First Feature at the International Film Festival Venice Film Festival in 2002 and nominated for Best First Feature 2002 to David Prix Donatello, silver Ribbon, European film awards (European Oscar).
Reservations are strongly recommended, to make sure the place. You book at email@example.com.
You can buy tickets Thursday, February 2, 2017 from 17 to 20 at the ticket office of the Teatro Ca 'Foscari a Santa Marta, Dorsoduro 2137, Venice.
Show dates details
I testi e le immagini inserite nei post sono solo in parte opere degli autori degli articoli e loro proprietà.
Immagini e testi sono talvolta tratte dal web indicando, dove possibile, fonte e autore e vengono pubblicate per scopi esclusivamente illustrativi, nel rispetto del comma 1-bis dell’articolo 70 della legge n. 633 del 22 aprile 1941, “Protezione del diritto d’autore e di altri diritti connessi al suo esercizio”.
Qualora la loro pubblicazione violasse specifici diritti di autore, si prega di comunicarlo per la tempestiva rimozione.