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Motus
Panorama

2 - 6 MAY 2018

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Entrance
Ticket 20,00 Euros
Ticket under 30/over 65/groups 15,00 Euros
Students 10,00 Euros
When
Wednesday-Saturday 8 pm
Sunday 4 pm
Running time 80'
In English with Italian surtitles.
ITALIAN PREMIERE
Where
Triennale Teatro dell'Arte
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Panorama starts from the idea of developing a reflection on the human need to be on the move
and on the right to migration.

“One of the most radical theatrical groups in Europe today.” L’Espresso

Panorama, Motus’ latest project, represents a new stage of the process which began with MDLSX, an extremely successful piece. This is a research project involving people who have experienced migration due to their artistic choices: the actors of the Great Jones Repertory Company, the multiethnic performance group resident at La MaMa, the iconic theatre of New York’s East Village founded by Ellen Stewart. Drawing on biographical events, Motus, in collaboration with the dramaturg Erik Ehn, imagines new existential landscapes, in which nomadism becomes an intrinsic aspect of life (and of the life of a performer), challenging any perspective that wishes to define irrevocably people, nationalities, ethnicities, sexual orientations through fixed hierarchical categories.

Motus was founded in Rimini in 1991 by Enrico Casagrande and Daniela Nicolò. Besides their artistic creation – theatre plays, performances and installations – their intense cultural activities include conducting seminars, meetings and debates. Their works have been presented in the most famous international festivals among which are Under the Radar in New York, Festival TransAmériques in Montréal, at Santiago a Mil in Chile, at Fiba Festival in Buenos Aires, at Adelaide Festival, and at Taipei Arts Festival. The company has interpreted in truly original ways authors such as Beckett, DeLillo, Genet, Fassbinder, Rilke, Pasolini. They have received various prizes including three Ubu Awards. Among their most relevant productions are the project Syrma Antigónes dedicated to the figure of Antigone as an archetype of fight and resistance. The project was developed in two contests Let The sunshine In, Too Late and Iovadovia and in the performance Alexis, una tragedia greca which was awarded in 2012 the Critics’ Choice Award for “Best Foreign Show” from the Québec Association of Theatre Critics. Other works include: The Plot is the Revolution (2011), an emotional on-stage meeting between the actress Silvia Calderoni and Judith Malina of Living Theatre, Nella Tempesta (2013), Caliban Cannibal (2013), MDLSX (2015), a performance on gender and border identities. Since Spring 2014 Daniela Nicolò and Enrico Casagrande have been holding a teaching atelier of poétique de la scène at La Manufacture – Haute école de théâtre de Suisse romande in Lausanne.

 

Credits


Creation and direction: Enrico Casagrande e Daniela Nicolò
dramaturgy: Erik Ehn e Daniela Nicolò
with the actors of the Great Jones Repertory Company (Maura Nguyen Donohue, Richard Ebihara, John Gutierrez, Valois Mickens, Eugene the Poogene, Zishan Ugurlu)
assistant director: Lola Giouse
music: Heather Paauwe
sound design: Enrico Casagrande
light design: Daniela Nicolò
scenography: Seung Ho Jeong
setting: Damiano Bagli
visual project: Bosul Kim
video design: CultureHub NYC con Sangmin Chae
video and light technical assistance: Paride Donatelli, Andrea Gallo, Alessio Spirli (Aqua Micans Group)
technical direction (USA): Yarie Vazquez
technical direction (Europa): Paride Donatelli
production: Elisa Bartolucci
logistics: Shaila Chenet
communication: Marta Lovato
graphic project and press office: comunicattive.it
international distribution: Lisa Gilardino
production: La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club with Motus
in co-production with: Seoul Institute of the Arts, CultureHub, New York, Vooruit, Gent, FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts, Milano, Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, Grec Festival, Barcellona, L’arboreto - Teatro Dimora, Mondaino
in collaboration with: Under The Radar Festival, New York
with the support of: MiBACT, Regione Emilia Romagna
photo: ©Theo Cote

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