November 6 - 8



A piece about the passing of time that emerged from a reflection on sport in general, and in particular the game of goalball, a sport for the blind and visually impaired. This work is the third part of a larger project titled Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?, a trilogy by Alessandro Sciarroni dedicated to the concepts of endurance, effort and concentration.

This piece is the result of research into the language of the body. Through the sport of goalball, it reveals a deeper understanding of physical presence, the perception of time and the relationship with space and the other performers.

Alessandro Sciarroni is an Italian artist, choreographer and director who formerly worked in the field of visual arts and theatre. He is one of the busiest Italian artists on the current international scene.

Idea Alessandro Sciarroni
With Alexandre Almeida, Emmanuel Coutris, Charlotte Hartz, Matej Ledinek, Damien Modolo, Emanuele Nicolò, Matteo Ramponi, Marcel van Beijnen or  Sebastiaan Barneveld, Dimitri Bernardi
Visual documentation, dramaturgical collaboration Cosimo Terlizzi
Music Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld
Artistic collaboration Francesca Foscarini, Francesca Grilli, Matteo Maffesanti, Eric Minh Cuong Castaing, Cosimo Terlizzi
Development, promotion, advice Lisa Gilardino

Production MARCHE TEATRO, Teatro di Rilevante Interesse Culturale
Supported by Fondation d’entreprise Hermès within the framework of its New Settings programme
Co-production Mercat de les Flors / Torinodanza Festival / Kunstenfestivaldesarts – Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Théâtre National de Bretagne – Rennes and Comune di Bassano del Grappa – CSC Centro per la scena contemporanea / Centrale Fies / SZENE Salzburg within the framework of the APAP Advancing Performing Arts Project / Espace Malraux Scène Nationale de Chambéry et de la Savoie / VOORUIT
Supported by CND – Centre Nationale de la Danse in Pantin / Graner art factory / Dansehallerne – Copenhagen
Executive production  Corpoceleste _C.C.00#

Informació pràctica

Temporada: 2015-2016

November 6 - 8

8:30pm (Sunday 6pm)

Sala MAC


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