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Triennale Milano
Theatre Season 2021
October 6 – December 16 2021

The 2021 season of the Triennale Milano Teatro, directed by Umberto Angelini, is a powerful season, which presents some of the most fascinating figures on the national and international scene with works that question the meaning of our age. What questions can we ask ourselves today? How to respond to the violence of the present? What poetic space does nature reveal to our lives?
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Radio Raheem A New Season Jolly Mare — Logica Armonica Live Set

October 6 2021
Triennale Milano Teatro opens its 2021 season with a musical evening, so that we can all enjoy the excitement of a live experience once again.

Cover © Marc Domage

3 annonciations

Pascal Rambert
October 12 – 13, 2021
A tryptic of oracles that reimagine the Angel Gabriel’s annunciation to the Virgin Mary, 3 annonciations rethinks what the announcement of a new beginning could look like in today’s world.

© Tommaso Le Pera


Valter Malosti / Anna Della Rosa
October 15 – 17, 2021
In a reimagined Egypt, which is inserted in the author’s local topography of the Valassina valley in northern Italy, Cleopatra laments her beloved Antonio and retells her life’s falls, afflictions and reparations.

Cover © Federcia Cicuttini


October 21 – 31, 2021
The festival will showcase the best of international jazz, through a winning formula that combines concerts with audience engagement.

© Vladimir Bertozzi

Tutto Brucia

November 4 – 6, 2021
Mythology and the present are entangled: the destiny of the priestess Cassandra whose prophecies were never believed is mirrored in the warnings issued by the scientific community.

© Stephan Glagla


Romeo Castellucci
November 11 – 14, 2021
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.

© Marcell Rév

Imitation of Life

Kornél Mundruczó / Proton Theatre
November 26 – 27, 2021

© Renato Esposito


Virgilio Sieni
December 1 – 2, 2021
In this timeless space, the body is de ned by movement, by the invisible interval that separates and connects bodies from and to each other.

© Luca Del Pia

La Divina Commedia Inferno Purgatorio Paradiso

Romeo Castellucci
December 5 2021
For Castellucci, transferring Dante’s Divine Comedy into a theatre setting is a way of reaecting the text in its own spectacular nature, capturing the visual, auditory and olfactory dimension of Dante’s peregrinations.

© John Nguyen


Dewey Dell
December 15 – 16, 2021
Shakespeare’s Hamlet appears stuck in a plan of revenge his father has imposed on him, which however he cannot execute until the last scene of the play.

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