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Crepapelle by Maria Cassi at The Playground Theatre

Data:

13/06/2019


Crepapelle by Maria Cassi at The Playground Theatre

“Crepapelle” is a tale about falling in love with two cities, Paris and her home city. The relationship with the places, with the people, with the smells and colours and with the little and great follies of the everyday life of their inhabitants. The character is a mask that fits different roles, from old beggars to beautiful ladies, from old gentlemen to bus drivers, from children to shop assistants. Maria Cassi turns into a bakery window and a thousand more roles. And here again, as in many of her shows, Maria Cassi touches the “primeval” mind, that part of our brain that laughs, feels and save us from emotional inability. The audience understand the message and leaves the theatre with a sense of gratitude.

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Maria Cassi studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and the “Alessandra Galante Garrone” theatre school in Bologna. She is actress, playwright and director of her shows, which have been staged in several countries. In 2003 she co-founded with chef Fabio Picchi the Circolo Teatro del Sale in Florence, of which she is the president and artistic director. In 2007 she wrote and performed in La porta aperta[The Open Door], inspired by Peter Brook, and Crepapelle, which was staged in 2009 at the Théâtre du Rond Point in Paris. “Le Monde” compared her with Jacques Tati, Jerry Lewis and Charlie Chaplin. In 2008 she met Peter Schneider and brought Crepapelle at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre–Pasadena Playhouse in Los Angeles. In January 2010 she co-wrote with Patrick Pacheco My Life with Men... and Other Animals, directed by Peter Schneider. The show had its debut at the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto and was staged Off-Broadway at the 45th Street Theater in New York in March 2012. From 2013 to 2018 she wrote, produced and performed in Attente al lupo, Schegge. Era una notte buia e tempestosa, Mammamia.

Informazioni

Data: Da Gio 13 Giu 2019 a Ven 14 Giu 2019

Orario: Dalle 19:30 alle 21:00

Organizzato da : Playground Theatre

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

The Playground Theatre

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