Nuvole

Work of | Aristofane
Direction | Antonio Calenda
Translation | Nicola Cadoni
Scenes and Costumes | Bruno Buonincontri
Music |Germano Mazzocchetti
Choreography | Jacqueline Bulnés
Light Designer | Luigi Biondi
Assistant director | Alessandro Di Murro
Assist. to the scenography | Francesca Forcella
Assist. to the Costumes | Laura Giannisi
Volunteer Assistant | Ornella Matranga
Stage Director | Giovanni Ragusa

STORY

Strepsiade is a father full of debts due to the vices of his son, a gambler and idler. Determined to be taught how to defend himself and win everything with the power of the word, Strepsiade goes to Socrates and the Sophists who, like a choir of Clouds explains and exemplifies, know how to teach how to argue and win every game. The old man, however, struggles to understand and is replaced by his son, who witnesses the dispute between the best speech and worst speech, where the second prevails. Strepsiade soon realizes that his son has learned very well to overrule everything and everyone, including the father. Climbing to the roof of the school, he sets fire to everything.

CAST

ARISTOFANE | Stefano Santospago
STREPSIADE | Nando Paone
FIDIPPIDE | Massimo Nicolini
SOCRATE | Antonello Fassari
CORIFEE | Galatea Ranzi, Daniela Giovanetti
BETTER SPEECH | Stefano Galante
WORST SPEECH | Jacopo Cinque
FIRST CREDITOR OF STREPSIADE | Alessio Esposito
SECOND CREDITOR OF STREPSIADE | Matteo Baronchelli
DISCIPLES OF SOCRATES | Antonio Bandiera, Matteo Baronchelli, Alessio Esposito, Giancarlo Latina

CHORUS OF CLOUDS | Noemi Apuzzo, Rosy Bonfiglio, Luisa Borini, Verdiana Costanzo, Deborah Lentini, Laura Pannia

Accordionist | Vito Siracusa

CHOIR | Giulia Acquasana, Valentina Brancale, Victoria Blondeau, Virginia Bianco, Irasema Carpintieri, Federica Cinque, Serena Chiavetta, Valentina Corrao, Carolina Eusabietti, Caterina Fontana, Giorgia Greco, Rosaria Salvatico, Francesca Trianni

Percussionist | Damiano Venuto

DATE

AUGUST
3/5/7/9/11/13/15/17/19/21
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