Realization of theatrical workshops and a festival of performances and meetings on the theme of theatre, adolescence and societal marginalization.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Promote theatrical and performance art pedagogical activities carried out with the involvement of people with physical, mental and social disabilities with a particular focus on adolescents. Add value to artistic, high quality theatrical experiences in different Italian cities by creating a network of compatibility between artists, operators and organizers working in the area of social inclusion. Stimulate in the public a new perspective on theatre and marginalization and the value of differences.
Approximately 87 operators, artists, educators and people with disabilities from the following theatrical companies: Animali Celesti – Teatro d’arte civile of Pisa, AEDO of Lucca, Teatro 19 of Brescia, Geometria delle nuvole of Cecina; customers of socio-health services, high school students, young migrants and operators of territorial associations as well as the spectators of the performances.
In 2019 the project aims to stimulate dialogue in the pedagogical sphere between training, production and research activities carried out by four Italian theatrical companies that operate in the field of disability aiming at adolescents.
The various workshop activities culminate in an in-house festival (from 6-8 September 2019) that includes various theatrical and performance productions of the four companies in a prestigious location such as the Natural Park of Migliarino San Rossore in Coltano, Pisa.
In 2018 the project provided a residential workshop about relationship between theatre and psychological distress, involving 5 theatre italian companies: Animali Celesti – Teatro d’arte civile, Accademia Arte della Diversità – Teatro la Ribalta, AEDO, Teatro 19 e Teatro degli Incontri.
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