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Jan Fabre
The Night Writer. Giornale notturno

Direction Jan Fabre

With Lino Musella

Production Troubleyn / Jan Fabre e Aldo Grompone

Coproduction FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts, LuganoInScena LAC (Lugano Arte e Cultura), Teatro Metastasio di Prato, Teatro Piemonte Europa, Marche Teatro, Teatro Stabile del Veneto-Teatro Nazionale

Duration: 80 minutes

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Premiere

The Night Writer. Giornale Notturno– which FOG presents in a world premiere – is a visionary and disarming hymn to the subversive and intriguing figure of Jan Fabre, one of the most innovative visual artists and theatre makers of the international scene. Fabre’s personal diaries feed into an intimate and provocative autobiography, performed on stage by the actor Lino Musella. It’s a journey in strong colours, from the artist’s youth to today, which reveals the entanglement of his cultural life with its material basis. The audience will be engulfed in a flow of thoughts connecting day-time activities, bubbling with irresistible ideas and ambitious projects, and night-time existence, when creativity merges with fury and reflections on life, love and sex speak of the visceral energy of the body. Not to be missed.

Jan Fabre (Antwerp 1958) is a visual artist, theatre director and author. For the last forty years, he has been one of the most ground-breaking figures of the international scene. He has presented his work in major museums and art institutions, from the Louvre in Paris to the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, to the Venice Biennale. Among his most recent pieces are: Mount Olympus. To glorify the cult of tragedy from 2015, performed all over the world; and his latest Belgian rules/Belgium rules, which premiered in Wien in July 2017 after its Naples preview. His artistic and personal world is portrayed also in his writings and diaries, collected in a published volume, Night Diaries.

 

Calendar

15 MAR 2019, H. 19:00
16 MAR 2019, H. 19:00
17 MAR 2019, H. 15:00

Credits

Text, scenes and direction: Jan Fabre

Translation: Franco Paris

Music: Stef Kamil Carlens

With: Lino Musella

Dramaturgy: Miet Martens, Sigrid Bousset

Technical direction: Geert Van der Auwera, Javier Delle Monache

Sound engineer: Marcello Abucci

Production direction: Gaia Silvestrini

Production: Troubleyn / Jan Fabre e Aldo Grompone

In coproduction with: FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts, LuganoInScena LAC (Lugano Arte e Cultura), Teatro Metastasio di Prato, Teatro Piemonte Europa, Marche Teatro, Teatro Stabile del Veneto-Teatro Nazionale

Executive production and distribution: Aldo Miguel Grompone

THEATER

RATE 1RATE 2SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)
FullRATE 122€RATE 216€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)44€SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)70€
StudentsRATE 111€RATE 28€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)24€SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)40€
Under 26RATE 116€RATE 211€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)34€SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)60€
Over 65RATE 116€RATE 211€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)34€SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)60€
GroupsRATE 116€RATE 211€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)
ATM subscribers reductionRATE 116,50€RATE 212€SUBSCRIPTION A (1+1=3)SUBSCRIPTION B (5 SHOWS)

Digital Archive Preview

Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931<br/>Particolare costruttivo delle pareti dell’impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931
Particolare costruttivo delle pareti dell’impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936<br/>Teatro all’aperto nel piazzale d’onore con schermo per proiezioni, Eugenio Faludi, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936
Teatro all’aperto nel piazzale d’onore con schermo per proiezioni, Eugenio Faludi, foto Crimella
Costruzione Palazzo dell’Arte, 1932<br/>Giovanni Muzio
Costruzione Palazzo dell’Arte, 1932
Giovanni Muzio
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931<br/>Sezione longitudinale del progetto del Palazzo dell’Arte
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931
Sezione longitudinale del progetto del Palazzo dell’Arte

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