Calore 1982/2012

Enzo Cosimi

February 1, 2015 21:00

Teatro Kismet of Bari | IT


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as part of the project RIC.CI
Reconstruction Italian Contemporary Choreography Anni ’80/’90

 

A daybreak work, the infancy of contemporary Italian dance taking its first steps in that distant year of 1982, Calore, by Enzo Cosimi, amazed the spectators of thirty years ago.
It was an authentic revelation of Mediterranean taste, of solar energy speckled with shadows, an original research expressed in peaks of (pure) dance while negating every code.
Now, thanks to its reconstruction, Calore can be considered the prophetic trail-blazer of successive international theatre and dance groups. Its temperature at boiling point is in the hands of a quartet of young people: the sea-swept regression to childhood and the way forward towards adolescence in a well-structured choreography coincide with an inner journey in search of subjectivity.
Calore: an amazing, fresh return, a conquest that is still generational.
Marinella Guatterini

 

direction, choreography, set, costumes: Enzo Cosimi
music curated by Enzo Cosimi: Branca, Britten, Liquid-Liquid, Watson, Popular African Music
lighting design: Stefano Pirandello
lighting technician: Gianni Staropoli
dress: Gianni Serra
jewellery: Cristian Dorigatti
dancers: Francesco Marilungo, Riccardo Olivier, Francesca Penzo, Alice Raffaelli
organisation: Maria Paola Zedda
1982 production: Compagnia Occhèsc
new stage production 2012: Compagnia Enzo Cosimi
group leader: Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Ferrara
in collaboration with Amat – Associazione Marchigiana Attività Teatrali, Arteven Circuito Teatrale Regionale Veneto,
Teatro Pubblico Pugliese
in co-production with Fondazione del Teatro Grande di Brescia, Fondazione Fabbrica Europa, Fondazione Milano Teatro Scuola Paolo Grassi, Fondazione Ravenna Manifestazioni, Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Torinodanza
new stage production within the project RIC.CI/Reconstruction Italian Contemporary Choreography Years ’80/’90
creation and artistic direction: Marinella Guatterini
director’s assistant: Myriam Dolce

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