Vertigine di Giulietta

Compagnia blucinQue -

Date:

Wednesday, July 13, 2022 from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Informations

TypeOutdoor
Duration60 min
PlaceThéâtre de Verdure

Free!

Oscillation, flight, loss of balance, tension, for a work of research on the movement and composition between theater, live music, text and circus disciplines, in a conceptual and fluid space. In the perimeter traced by a dance on the theme of "amorous vertigo", which investigates a soul prone to waver and get lost of young lovers, there is space for the choreographic and sound composition of the work of blucinQue: bodies, light and live music become the voice of the same song, punctuated in sequences as short acts. The use of the voice reports, in English and Italian, parts of the text of Shakespeare, in musical and rhythmic form. Few and emblematic props and geometric lines emerge as concrete and plastic elements, which stand out as a counterpoint to this atmosphere, where the real protagonists are time and distance, struggle and doubt. To mark the rhythm of the scenes in Juliet’s Vertigo, the alternation of excerpts from Prokofiev’s ballet, to rediscover a new writing and a suspended ending. The music performed by the classical cello, processed live by Bea Zanin, also involves the performers in the physical and sound composition. Alongside the musician, the artists Elisa Mutto, Alexandre Duarte, Federico Ceragioli, Vladimir Ježić, Michelangelo Merlanti and Ivan Ieri, under the direction of choreographer and director Caterina Mochi Sismondi.

Istituto Italiano di Cultura
Piemonte dal vivo
Fundazione CRT
Takeoff 2.0

Crédits :

Direction : Caterina Mochi Sismondi
Creation and Performance : Alexandre Duarte, Elisa Mutto, Federico Ceragioli, Vladimir Ježić, Beatrice Zanin, Michelangelo Merlanti
Light design : Massimo Vesco
Cello and Sound design : Bea Zanin
Costume Designer : Carla Carucci
Photo : Andrea Macchia
Production : Center blucinQue/Nice

In collaboration with Fondazione Cirko Vertigo

Inspired text Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare