Support for the Anticorpi Festival, dedicated to exchange and communication between various theatrical approaches in the social sphere.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Promote the integration processes between people with and without disabilities and further a culture of integration.
The Roman public, theatrical organizations and professionals working in theatre and social integration.
The IV edition of the Anticorpi Festival offers the city of Rome and the associations working in art and social inclusion a programme of shows and integrated artistic workshops as well as a photography exhibit on the theme of theatre and social integration.
The Festival lasts 3 days, during which music-therapy workshops, Danceability and theatre take place in the morning and theatrical companies perform in the evening. The workshops are open to anyone who wants to participate. This year the programme foresees the following performances: “Nella tempesta” (in the storm), by the CAG MaTeMù theatre group of Rome (directed by Gabriele Linari); “Personaggi” (characters), by the La Ribalta di Bolzano Company, (directed by Antonio Viganò); and “L’assenza” (the absence), by the Rome Teatro Buffo (directed by Davide Marzattinocci).
Anticorpi is sponsored by Roma Capitale and the activities take place at the Teatri di Cinta in the city of Rome (Villa Torlonia Theatre and Quarticciolo Theatre).
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