Money moves the world. For better and, more often, for worse
The massacre of Native Americans and the Shoah are just two examples of speculation on human beings and their wealth. Because our economy needs slaves and, even now, it knows how to find them. This show examines the hidden reasons behind the tendency of mankind to prevail over his own kind. Moreover, it shows the choices that men, whether powerful or humble, make in the name of money, ignoring ethics and morals, justice and honesty, exclusively aiming at their own self-interest.
with DANIELE CRASTI, DEBORAH MORESE
guitar DIEGO CAPELLI
percussions FRANCESCO PEDERZANI
written by da CRISTINA MAURELLI
directed by CARLO CONCINA CRISTINA MAURELLI
costume design ROSARIA GIACOMINO
video scenographies and lights CARLO CONCINA
Under the patronage of Amnesty International, the show was included in the “Two Nights for Human Rights” event in Milan with the participation of Banca Etica, Farsi Prossimo, IBVA, CGIL, Coop Lotta, Roma Federation and Sinti Insieme.
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THE DARK DOUBLE
Stories of victims and perpetrators
History’s greatest wars and conquests have made way for the civil war. Brothers against brothers. Generations of hate. Suddenly a “normal” man turns into a murderer, a tranquil woman into a perpetrator. Their confrontation brings new victims and new perpetrators, and it often reverses roles. Is there a possibility of getting to live together again?
CHOPIN, SAND, PARIS
A small 19th century romantic fresco
A journey into the heart of the romantic 19th century through Chopin’s letters and his solo piano music. Paris is where great loves are born: the love of George Sand for Alfred De Musset and for Chopin, who will follow her to the exotic Majorca in search of rest and inspiration.
Reading for two voices and piano concerto
MAY IS A GOOD MONTH FOR FIRST CLASS
Readings taken from the old school registers (1928-1946) found in the Alessandro Manzoni Elementary School in Parabiago (IT). Through the words of the teachers we rediscover the school of the past and a bit of Italian history.
The show was realized for the Didactic Direction of Parabiago to mark the publication of the book of the same name by Caggio, De Polo, Gottardi.
RINA THE GOOSE AND HER JOURNEY TO DISCOVER MUSIC
A musical for children to bring them to listen live to important pieces of classical music in a cheerful and funny way. Rina is the protagonist of the show, she is a goose who takes a magical journey through the history of music together with the children and the orchestra on stage. With the help of some of the greatest composers, the true stars of the show, she gets the audience to listen live to some immortal and famous songs.
The show was presented at the Violin Museum during the Stradivari Festival of Cremona and it has been on tour in the main Italian theatres.