Theater Season 19/20
Returning to the past to orientate in the present is the file rouge that Triennale Milano Teatro proposes for the 2019/2020 season, in which artistic multidisciplinarity opens up new views on the contemporary scene. The programming, constellated by timeless classics, revisited and revitalized by a new vision, and by contemporary performances that have become classic, sees on stage, among others: the duo Deflorian / Tagliarini, to which the Theater dedicates a retrospective; the award-winning Alessandro Serra; Saburo Teshigawara, one of the great masters of contemporary dance; the Portuguese director Tiago Rodrigues, cult artist of the new European generation who will present his work for the first time in Milan, and the return of Kinkaleri with<OTTO>,their historical performance created in 2003. Ample space is also given to music with the David August concert; JAZZMI, unmissable appointment in November and OHT in collaboration with the l’Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi.
Speak Listen Watch Make
In line with its interdisciplinary mission, Triennale Milano Teatro opens the new season with the launch of Parla Ascolta Guarda Fai(‘Speak Listen Watch Make’), a unique project hosted by Triennale Milano until early 2020, conceived in collaboration with two members of its artistic committee: Davide Giannella and Massimo Torrigiani (Fantom).
Ce ne andiamo per non darvi altre preoccupazioni
Defying theatrical conventions, Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini, joined on stage by Monica Piseddu and Valentino Villa, construct a performative journey which interrogates suicide not as existential gesture but as extreme political act.
OHT | Office for a Human Theater
Curon / Graun
OHT tells its story through a hypnotic piece of musical theatre inspired by the music of the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. Presenting the audience with a space without actors, Curon/Graun employs a slowed-down narration that combines texts and images with live performance.
Tiago Rodrigues/Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
By Heart is a piece about the importance of transmission, about the invisible smuggling of words and ideas that only keeping a text in your memory can provide. It’s about a theatre that recognizes itself as a place that deals with what you can’t measure in meters, euros or bytes.