Partner: Nuovo Teatro Sanità – Sector: Awareness raising – Country: Italy – Place: Naples – Year: 2019-2020 – Project Status: Ongoing – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
The realization of a performance on the theme of adolescent contrasts with young actors from the Nuovo Teatro Sanità of Naples.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Promoting a cultural exchange and the transmission of experience of various realities from several generations in order to provide an occasion for growth and training around the themes of community and adolescence but also creative writing, literature, drama and stage used as tools to enrich and define one’s cultural identity.
4 young actors from the Nuovo Teatro Sanità, created within the Bottega TeatrAle workshops supported by AMI between 2016 and 2018 (Pavesi Foundation).
The project foresees the realization of a performance based on a story by Bernardo Atxaga, an internationally known representative of Basque culture and language, on the theme of adolescent contrasts. In December 2019 a first in-house workshop was held for four young actors who have been part of the Nuovo Teatro Sanità for years. Trained as part of the Bottega TeatrAle workshops not only as actors but also in the disciplines of study, drama, directing and theatrical organization, since 2015 they have been the protagonists of various Nuovo Teatro Sanità projects and other national theatrical productions (Punto Corsara, Marche Teatro, Napoli Teatro Festival, Trame d’Autore). The workshop aims at bringing life to a text and creating a production that will be performed in various Italian cities.
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