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Il visitatore, Shakespeare in Venice
To listen to it and live it together with you there will also be a particular guest, William Shakespeare,
from Thu 28.02.2019 to Tue 05.03.2019
La Fenice Opera House
La Fenice Opera House

To listen to it and live it together with you there will also be a particular guest, William Shakespeare,

who will master one of his masterpieces: the King Lear. Telling you about the inspiration that the English bard takes from the story of the comedians of art that you will soon see on stage, we are not rude to the history of the theater, far from it: in Shakespeare’s works there are many references to the canons of the Italian Commedia dell’Arte , and a lot of his dramaturgy implements and develops broad lines of the canvases that the comedians used to use to enchant the public of half the world after their diaspora from Italy in the sixteenth century finding refuge in the various European courts.

 


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Director: Michele Modesto Casarin

Drama: Marco Gnaccolini e Andrea Pennacchi

Music : Alberto Maron e Davide Gazzato

Set and costumes: Licia Lucchese

Conductor: Alberto Maron

Soprano: Giuseppina Perna e Ilenia Tosatto

Tenore: Andrea Biscontin

Baritono: Luca Scapin

CAST

Soprano: Giuseppina Perna, Ilenia Tosatto
Tenore: Andrea Biscontin
Baritono: Luca Scapin
Ensemble Harmonia Prattica

Costume : Caterina Volpato, Alessandra Dolce
Mask: Stefano Perocco da Meduna
Assistant of director: Matteo Campagnol
Sets: Teatro La Fenice
Production: Emanuele Pasqualini
Administration: Flavio Costa

 Fondazione Teatro La Fenice production
in collaboration with Pantakin Commedia, Woodstock Teatro

You will find many thoughts and words of Shakespeare born right before your eyes and ears, words that will become immortal, and of which we have imagined the genesis. All thanks to the courage and rebellion to the Doge by a manager, who decides to make a foreigner the king of his own city. And in a contemporary Venice, gripped by depopulation and struggles for its preservation, this history of ours is a metaphor and a hope for art and culture as possible rulers of our future.


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