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Week end at the theater with Lavia, femicide and gravity

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(ANSA) – ROME, NOV 03 – Gabriele Lavia and Federica Di Martino to stage a story of femicide and sense of guilt, with “The Laws of Gravity” from the novel by Jean Teulé, in Rome.

And then a double Brecht, with Monica Guerritore in Milan for “L’anima buona Sezuan”, a version clearly inspired by the staging that Giorgio Strehler signed in 1981; and the unprecedented couple Rocco Papaleo-Fausto Paravidino in Trento in “Peachum.

A three-penny opera. “These are some of the theatrical appointments scheduled for next weekend, which also includes Massimo Wertmuller’s homage to Rome in Gianni Clementi’s” A heart open “and that to Sicily in Leo Gullotta’s great literature. in “Minnazza – Myths and pages of Sicily”, all in the capital. And again, in Milan, Renato Carpentieri in “Piazza degli Eroi (Heldenplatz)”, the last theatrical text by Thomas Bernhard, directed by Roberto Andò, and the Eduardo De Filippo impresario in “Table, nail, nail …” by Lino Musella.

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