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Michele Rho
1969: tutto in un anno

7-10 FEB 2019

Full ticket: 16 euros
Reduced ticket (under 30/over 65/ groups): 11 euros
Student ticket: 8 euros
The performance is part of the subscription Invito a Teatro
Thursday - Saturday 8 pm
Sunday 4 pm
Running time to be defined
Palazzo della Triennale
A fascinating journey across the year that half a century ago changed the course of history.

“Article 1: it is forbidden to prohibit.
Article 2: Article 1 is abolished.”
Slogan of  1968

1969: tutto in un anno is a journey through the year that changed the history of the world. We often talk about 1968, and yet it was in the following year that many great and defining changes were registered. 1969 began with the tragedy of Jan Palach who self-immolated while protesting the occupation of Prague by the Warsaw Pact armies. It is the historic date of Woodstock and of the first man on the moon. 1969 is a historic turning point for Italy: it is the year when the first law allowing divorce was established, the year of the Hot Autumn and of the student protests. The year of the Piazza Fontana bombing and of the death of the anarchist Pinelli. These and many more events are depicted in 1969: tutto in un anno which is based on the novel by Paolo Conti, published by Laterza in 2009.


Paolo Conti is a journalist working for “Corriere della Sera” since 1980. He has been a news editor in Rome and he is now a columnist writing mostly about cultural heritage, historical and artistical patrimony, protection and valorization. He also writes about current cultural events and television politics while he holds a daily column of dialogue with readers of the Roman edition, dedicated to the problems of the city. Over the years he has worked as a correspondent from Iran, ex-Yugoslavia, India, Bangladesh and Ethiopia. He is the author of 1969: tutto in un anno (Laterza Editore), of the book-interview with Andrea Carandini Il nuovo dell’Italia è nel passato (Laterza Editore), Caos sublime, written with Massimiliano Fuksas (Rizzoli), 101 consigli per un Sindaco di Roma (Newton Compton), Il mestiere più difficile del mondo: genitori, with Massimo Ammaniti (Edizioni Corriere della Sera).

Michele Rho is a director and screenwriter. He earned a diploma in Theatre Directing from the Civica Scuola d’Arte Drammatica Paolo Grassi and frequented the MFA courses in Screenwriting/Directing at Columbia University in New York. He works in cinema, television and advertising. His first film CAVALLI was presented at the 68th edition of the Cinema Biennial of Venice. He is one of the founders of the radio project Radio Raheem.


text: Paolo Conti - Editrice Laterza
direction: Michele Rho
with: Elena Vanni
production: Triennale Teatro dell’Arte
in collaboration with: Fondazione Corriere della Sera
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