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Triennale Milano
2022 Theater Season. Looking out onto the world
October 18 – December 17 2022

© Marcell Rév – Winterreise (Proton Theatre / Kornél Mundruczó)

The performing arts are our view of the world. Triennale's 2022 theater season (October 18 – December 17) involves some of the most interesting expressions of Italian and international performing arts, with works that question the meaning of our age. Download the program

© Jose Caldeira

Romances Inciertos, un Autre Orlando: Training di Danza

François Chaignaud
October 17 2022

© Nino Laisné, François Chaignaud

Mourn, O Nature!

Nino Laisné – François Chaignaud
October 17 2022
Institut français Milano
Season Preview. A short film curated by the artistic duo, dealing with the fascination for nature and the desire to revisit ancestral legends. The screening is accompanied by a dialogue with Nino Laisné. Event in collaboration with Institut français Milano.

© Jose Caldeira

Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando

François Chaignaud – Nino Laisné
October 18 – 20, 2022
The performer, choreographer and dancer François Chaignaud has a remarkably polymorphous artistic identity; as does the work Romances inciertos, a mosaic of music, song and dance that interweaves three androgynous characters from Spanish tradition.

© Greta De Lazzaris


October 19 – 23, 2022
The creators of some of the most interesting theatrical poetics on the European panorama, Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini – Triennale Milano Teatro’s associate artists – return to the Triennale with a work that engages with the dreamlike cinema of Federico Fellini.

© Luca Del Pia
Book presentation

Tre film. Cinque drammaturgie dedicate al cinema

October 22 2022
Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini present their latest book, which collects five theatrical texts inspired by shows the duo has dedicated to some exceptional figures of the cinematic imagination.

fotogramma: Hard to Be a God (Aleksei German, 2013) © Studija Sever, Rossija 1, Lenfil'm

L’atto di vedere con i propri occhi

Romeo Castellucci
October 23 2022
Romeo Castellucci presents an evening devoted to the Seventh Art. A cycle of film screenings – including shorts and feature films selected personally by the director from Cesena – that explores cult figures and experimental works.

© Alessandro Saletta – DSL Studio


Romeo Castellucci
November 5 – 20, 2022
For the 23rd International Exhibition, Romeo Castellucci – the Triennale’s Grand Invité 2021-2024 – investigates the unknown through an installation in which the mechanical element completely replaces the human.

© Xing

The Third Reich, a record by Xong Collection

Romeo Castellucci – Scott Gibbons
November 6 2022
Xing presents the new LP The Third Reich, by Romeo Castellucci and Scott Gibbons. A time to meet and listen with Triennale's Grand Invité and Silvia Fanti.

© Marcell Rév


Proton Theatre – Kornél Mundruczó
November 26 – 27, 2022
Kornél Mundruczó portrays the existential grief of a forgotten humanity, representing the dignity of those who have no voice. On stage, a solitary vagrant sings as he goes on a journey with no final destination, accompanied on the piano with Schubert's music.

© Marcell Rév

Winterreise: a Talk with János Szemenyei and Károly Mocsári

November 26 2022
A meeting with singer János Szemenyei and pianist Károly Mocsári, stars of the show Winterreise, by Proton Theatre.

© Fabrizio Bersani

Au bord

Claudine Galea – Valentino Villa – Monica Piseddu
November 29 – 30, 2022

© Andrea Macchia

Piscina Mirabilis

mk – Michele Di Stefano
December 2 – 4, 2022
In Piscina Mirabilis the stage becomes an unexpectedly everyday place on which bodies and figures are projected in search of a possible alliance, a free co-habitation.

© Hideto Maezawa


KARAS – Saburo Teshigawara – Rihoko Sato
December 3 – 4, 2022
The duets of Teshigawara and Sato, like choreographic poetry, reveal the power and magic of bodies in movement, on the notes of Mahler, Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Rachmaninov and Ravel.

© Lorenza Daverio

Dancer of the Year

Trajal Harrell
December 15 – 17, 2022
A highly personal piece of choreography in which the American dancer reveals himself bit by bit, reflecting on the political dimension of dance and on putting one's identity on stage.

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