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“Il tempo attorno”, by Giuliano Scarpinato

Date:

05/18/2022


“Il tempo attorno”, by Giuliano Scarpinato

In the shadow of Italian history that extends from the Falcone / Borsellino massacres to the Andreotti trial and the state - mafia negotiations, the family story of a couple of magistrates and a son forced to grow up too quickly unfolds. History forcefully enters a house, sweeps away love, asks lives to pay a very high price. Il tempo attorno, by Giuliano Scarpinato, is inspired by the real experience of the author, of his parents Roberto Scarpinato and Teresa Principato, anti-mafia magistrates, and of the escort agents who have supported them for years. On this occasion, a mise en espace of the first study of the show will be presented, with the translation of Marie - Josè Thériault.

Wednesday, May 18th 2022, 7:30pm
Free admission - RSVP
Casa d'Italia
505 Rue Jean-Talon Est, Montréal

Giuliano Scarpinato he is a director, playwright, screenwriter, actor. Graduated in literature, in 2009 he graduated from the Scuola del Teatro Stabile of Turin founded by Luca Ronconi. He stars in numerous productions directed by Emma Dante, Carlo Cecchi, John Turturro and others. In 2014 he made his debut as an author and director with the show Fa'afafine, the story of gender fluid child Alex White, which won the Premio Scenario Infanzia and the Eolo Award. He later directs and writes Alan and the sea, dedicated to the Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi, Se non sporca il mio pavimento – un mélo, inspired by the murder of Rosboch, A + A. Storia di una prima volta, on the sexual education of Italian adolescents, Favola personale, inspired by the filmography of the Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos. He is the winner of the 2021 Premio Solinas with his first screenplay, La Gioia.

Information

Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Time: At 7:30 pm

Organized by : IIC Montréal

In collaboration with : Casa d'Italia

Entrance : Free


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