Carnivale in Venice


WOMEN IN LOVE. Or women of Shakespeare Carnival in Ca ‘Rezzonico – Museum of Eighteenth Century Venice A production of Teatro Stabile del Veneto to the Venice Carnival in 2016 in collaboration with spa and Civic Museum Foundation of Venice Ca ‘Rezzonico – Museum of Eighteenth Century Venice on 30 and 31 January, from 4 to 8 February and 12 to 14 February 2016 2 shows a day, with two actors and a musician at 17.30 (1st show) and 19.30 (2 ° show) Texts and directed by Giuseppe Emiliani Costume Design: Stefano Nicolao with: Susanna Costaglione, Marta Richeldi Music performed live accordion by: Luca Piovesan, Alessandro Ambrosi In the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare (1616-2016) Ca ‘Rezzonico becomes the place of wonders: a place of love, and the Case of Fortune, a meeting place for theater through a traveling performance, original and visionary, suspended between reality and imagination, in the Shakespearean style. A devious Iago (played by a woman) who confesses without shame his fatal attraction to Desdemona but especially his unspeakable love for Othello. A mysterious woman who instructs Ophelia to magic and can make them imagine an improbable night of passion with the unattainable Prince Hamlet. Lady Macbeth, a sensual and ambitious woman court that spurs her husband to be more getter. Lady Capulet, Juliet’s mother, who confesses to being in love as a young father of Romeo. This traveling show set in the rooms of one of the most beautiful Venetian palaces the viewer will be involved in a dynamic and lively score of words and situations that reveal unusual aspects of various Shakespearean heroines in the throes of their amorous adventures or misadventures.

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