October 26 & 27

ALESSANDRO SCIARRONI SÂLMON< UNTITLED_I will be there when you die

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This is a piece about the passing of time. It emerged from a reflection on the art of skilfully manipulating objects: juggling. The show is the second phase in a wide-ranging project called Will you still love me tomorrow?, a research carried out by Alessandro Sciarroni which is the result of hard work, perseverance and resilience.

In this new piece the throwing of objects evokes the fragility of human existence. The idea is to strip away the stereotypes associated with this kind of circus in the collective imagination and explore it as a language.

Alessandro Sciarroni is a performer, choreographer and director with a notable career in the visual arts and a great deal of theatrical experience. His work has been presented in seventeen European countries at contemporary dance and theatre festivals. He has been invited to create a short piece for the Venice Biennale.

Creation Alessando Sciarroni
With Lorenzo Crivellari, Edoardo Demontis, Victor Garmendia Torija, Pietro Selva Bonino
Original music, sound, training Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld

Production Teatro Stabile delle Marche – Corporceleste_C.C.00#
Coproduction Centro per la Scena Contemporanea Comune di Bassano del Grappa; Biennale de la danse / Maison de la Danse Lyon; AMAT; Mercat de les Flors/Graner; Dance Ireland Dublin
With the support Centrale Fies and Santarcangelo dei Teatri •12 •13 •14 Festival Internazionale del Teatro in Piazza

Created in the framework of the European project modul-dance with the support of the EU Culture Programme

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Informació pràctica

Temporada: 2013-2014

October 26 & 27

9pm

Sala OM

6€

Durada: 50'

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“Al teatre, amb els ulls tancats” (article in Time Out)

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