«BRUCIARSI NEL FUTURO»! ISTRUZIONI PER FARE UN’AVANGUARDIA

Domenica 24 aprile e Domenica 22 maggio ore 16.00, in replica ore 17.30

Cycle of itinerant mises en espace within the project Carissimi Padri…Almanacchi della “Grande Pace” (1900-1915), in collaboration with Fondazione Teatro della Toscana.

“It is absolutely necessary to be modern”! In the throat – always ready – the “hellish” scream of Rimbaud, an unknown multitude of (rumbling) engines in front of the eyes, the unstoppable impulse for the unpredictable, crazy, absolute gesture: fauves, cubism, futurism, Dadaism, the (avid and childish) European twentieth century was immediately bewitched by the dream of modernity, that surprising dream that twice turned into the darkest of nightmares…

Starting from the hectic belle èpoque, or moving à rebours, backwards from the last moments of the century, a journey (rather, two!) through the provocative (and provoking) century of the avant-garde movements. Two theater events in the spaces and in the midst of the collection of the Museo Novecento, with the actors of the project Carissimi Padri…to learn the best DOC and DOP avant-garde recipe.

Sunday, April 24 at 4 p.m. and again at 5:30 p.m.

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Manifesti in “rivista” (per provetti sonnambuli)

with Michele Dell’Utri, Lino Guanciale, Diana Manea, Eugenio Papalia, Simone Tangolo

Sunday, May 22 at 4 p.m. and again at 5:30 p.m.

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Costruzioni ready-made (astenersi passatisti)
with Nicola Bortolotti, Michele Dell’Utri, Lino Guanciale, Diana Manea, Eugenio Papalia

Promoted by Teatro della Toscana, the project Carissimi Padri… Almanacchi della “Grande Pace” (1900-1915) is a long journey, from February to Fall 2016, to ponder over what led us to that far sunset, a sunset that in a way created us. A theater journey, with a grotesque flavor, from the blinding lights of the 1900 Universal Exhibition to the glorious May of 1915, to finally come to terms with our “Dear Fathers”, without ever forgetting that, as Brecht writes, “Tragedy, more often than comedy, takes human suffering lightly”. Admittance with the museum ticket. Booking mandatory, max 60 people per show.

Info 055 2768224 – 055 2768558, info@muse.comune.fi.it