Gruppo Nanou

May 8, 2010 - May 9, 2010 19:00

Teatro Cantiere Florida di Firenze | IT


First room
Second room


The Motel project: an uninhabited familiar place, the room for secrets, lovers and whores, the shelter for murderers, the break for travelers.
The drama, divided into episodes, is the interaction of a limited number of characters within familiar and ordinary premises. The daily flow is interrupted by extraordinary elements.
The episodes are substantially independent.
The characters and their relationships are static: each episode’s event becomes the episode itself, restoring the status quo.
The tale is always ‘somewhere else’. The drama is not on the scene.
A radical change will happen during the last episode. This change represents a starting point for a new drama.

The first room: “The lady’s living room during tea time, without the lady”
Everything is clean, tidy and neat. The table companions are part of the scenario with the same accuracy. They are waiting for someone who is not coming or for something, which is not happening. The expected guest is late and the tension increases.

The second room: It’s evening time. Characters are “painted” in everyday situations. Everything is surrounded by a surreal and hidden restlessness, that suddenly comes out into the silence.


by: Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci
with: Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci, Alessandro Cafiso
suond: Roberto Rettura
light design: Fabio Sajiz
scenes: Antonio Rinaldi
concept feat. Robert Rebotti {jacklamotta}
photos by: Laura Arroti
Trilogy Motel is supported by: Fondazione Fabbrica Europa, Fondazione Pontedera Teatro
First room: produced by nanou ass. cult and Fondo Fare Anticorpi
Second room: produced by nanou ass. cult. and
Fondazione Pontedera Teatro
co-produced by ZTL-Pro
Realized with the support of: Centrale Fies, L’Arboreto – Teatro Dimora di Mondaino, Ravenna Teatro, Regione Emilia-Romagna – Assessorato alla Cultura, Comune di Ravenna – Assessorato alla Cultura, Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Associazione Cantieri, Città di Ebla







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