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
“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 inhumanities, taking place in Afghanistan, as well as in America. An intense show that forces us to think about the indigestible reality of our times. At Teatro dell’Orologio until April 27.
in Il Sole 24 Ore