05
MAY
2008

SIPARIO — “Bites” of a planetary banquet

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More than often theatre becomes the mouthpiece of our times’ unease and uses its own peculiar language to denoun- ce facts and realities for all the world to see and, right becuase of that, often overlooked. The union between script and performance enriches itself of a particular...
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15
APR
2008

IL SOLE 24 ORE — Theatre as an imaginary restaurant where evil and injustice of the world are part of the “menu” offered to the audience

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“Morsi” (bites), play by British playwright Kay Adshead, an Italian-German coproduction directed by Elena Vannoni, is a show in seven “courses”, served by six actors, among which Carlo Emanuele Esposito and Veronika Steinbock. Food becomes a metaphor to tell everyday...
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14
APR
2008

LA REPUBBLICA — Food as a metaphore: “Bites” from the world

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ROMA – The title says it all! “Bites” by British playwright Kay Adshead, on stage at Teatro dell’Orologio, is a show marked by the courses of a planetary meal: star soup (episode taking place in Afghanistan), hog roast (in Texas), pickle and so on. This work, translated by Andrea...
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12
JAN
2008

ANSA — Success for the play “Miss Julie”

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BERLIN – Tuscan director Elena Vannoni – waiting for the German premiere of her new show “Bites” by Kay Adshead, already put on stage with great success in 2008 at Teatro dell’Orologio in Rome – yesterday night at Theatre Engelbrot was acclaimed for her staging of “Miss...
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10
JAN
2008

HYSTRIO — The Pitchfork Disney

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Creamy and crispy as the cockroach blatantly swallowed by megalomaniac Cosmo Disney, this dramatic project, inspired by the cult play by Philip Ridley, throws us in the domestic and claustrophobic dimension of a one-room apartment in the East End of London, where life ows in the...
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