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Romeo Castellucci
Bros

Italian Premiere

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Everyday scenes governed by an invisible architecture that displaces simple actions from their context creating unusual situations: this is the raw material for Bros by Romeo Castellucci. At the center of the performance is a group of anonymous men who have been recruited to go on stage without learning their lines in advance. They have signed a pact in which they agree to follow instructions, to carry out actions without understanding them or preparing for them.
Wearing police uniforms, they receive orders via an earpiece and act without having any time to think, to take a position or make choices. In this compressed temporality, which reduces everything to an unlimited present, the comical effect of their frantic and improvised gestures mixes with the violence of their alienating experience. Both troubling and ingenious, Bros is an examination of individual and collective responsibility and of our relationship with the law.

Romeo Castellucci is a world-renowned theatre director, artist and designer celebrated for his creative work that encompasses all artistic disciplines and offers the audience a comprehensive experience. His theatre overturns the primate of the word, creating complex dramaturgies that draw on all forms of art. Castellucci’s pieces are regularly staged and produced by the most prestigious international venues and festivals. He directed the Theatre section of the Venice Biennale, was Artiste Associé at the Avignon Festival and is currently Grand Invité at Triennale Milano as well as guest director at Berlin’s Schaubhüne. He has been bestowed with the title of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters by the Ministry of Culture of the French Republic and with an honorary degree by the University of Bologna; he is a member of the Académie Royale de Belgique and has been awarded, among other international prizes, the Golden Lion at Venice Biennale and two Golden Masks for his opera pieces. His most recent opera, Mozart’s Don Giovanni, premiered in Salzburg in July 2021.

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The performance is part of the subscription Invito a Teatro

Running time 90'

Blank shots will be fired during the show.

The show features high-volume audio.

Once the show has started, it will not be possible to enter the hall.

Credits

Cover © Stephan Glagla
Concept and direction: Romeo Castellucci 
Music: Scott Gibbons
Motti: Claudia Castellucci, translated into Latin by Stefano Bartolini

With Valer Dellakeza and with agents Luca Nava, Sergio Scarlatella
And with men from the street

Assistant director: Filippo Ferraresi
Second assistant director: Silvano Voltolina
Dramaturgy: Piersandra Di Matteo 

Technical director: Eugenio Resta 
Stage technician: Andrei Benchea 
Light technician: Andrea Sanson
Sound technician: Claudio Tortorici 
Costume manager: Chiara Venturini 
Stage sculptures and automatons: Plastikart studio
Costumes creator: Grazia Bagnaresi
Production manager: Benedetta Briglia
Production officer: Giulia Colla
Marketing and distribution: Gilda Biasini
Technical team: Carmen Castellucci, Francesca Di Serio, Gionni Gardini
Management: Michela Medri, Elisa Bruno, Simona Barducci 
Financial consultant: Massimiliano Coli 
Produced by: Societas
Co-produced by: Kunsten Festival des Arts Brussels; Printemps des Comédiens Montpellier 2021; LAC - LuganoArte Cultura; Maillon Théâtre de Strasbourg - Scène Européenne; Temporada Alta 2021; Manège-Maubeuge Scène nationale; Le Phénix Scène nationale Pôle européen de création Valenciennes; MC93 Maison de la Culture de Seine-Saint-Denis; Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, Modena; Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghausen; Holland Festival Amsterdam; V-A-C Fondazione; Triennale Milano Teatro; National Taichung Theater, Taiwan 

Extra: Luca Arcangeli, Richard Arnaud, Andrea Beghetto, Leonardo Bordin, Federico Cicinelli, Alessandro Conti, Amerigo Cornacchione, Luca D'Addino, Marco De Francesca, Francesco Falabella, Daniel Falappa, Paolo Faroni, Riccardo Festa, Luca Gianfreda, Vincenzo Grassi, Pietro Lancello, Sebastian McKimm, Luca Nava, Alessandro Negri di Sanfront, Gaetano Palermo, Michele Petrosino, Julian Soardi

Calendar

Thursday, November 11, 2021, 6.30pm
Friday, November 12, 2021, 6.30pm
Saturday, November 13, 2021, 6.30pm
Sunday, November 14, 2021, 3.00pm

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