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Dramatic intervention on W. Shakespeare

October 3, 2019 @ 6:00 pm

A performance of Romeo Castellucci

The celebrated Italian author and director Romeo Castellucci comes to Cyprus for the first time, within the framework of the ‘Kypria’ International Festival 2019. The performance-dramatic intervention Julius Caesar was first staged in Bologna, in March 2014, as part of the tribute to the director entitled “And the Fox said to the Crow: a lesson in general linguistics”. It consists in a condensation of the emblematic performance Julius Caesar, staged in 1997, one of the most groundbreaking and subversive art creations of the Societas.

The “spared parts” will bring “on stage”, one after the other, three historical figures of theatre and politics: the mysterious Mr. …vski, evoking the father of dramatic art Constantin Stanislavski, the silent and aged Julius Caesar, and the masterly orator Mark Anthony, played by an actor who has undergone laryngectomy.

Through the means of technology, the spectators, as if peeking through a keyhole, will delve into the corporeal interior of the actor, in order to discover the production mechanism of the human voice and speech. The heroic coming together of an internal struggle takes place on stage: the rhetoric of words recedes before the rhetoric of the body, which becomes the sole vector of true discourse. Senses and meanings are gradually bleached, through the very attempt of their verbalization. The performance is centered on questions concerning rhetoric, the art of acting, the power of persuasion, and the omnipotence of hollow political discourse.

Eleni Papalexiou


Julius Caesar: Gianni Plazzi

Mark Antony: Nicola Frangione

…vskji: Sergio Scarlatella

Director assistant: Silvano Voltolina

Translation, supertitles: Avra Xepapadakou
Sound technician: Nicola Ratti

Photographs by: Dawid Linkowski, Guido Mencari, Mario Zamora Morillas




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October 3, 2019
6:00 pm
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NiMAC [Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre]
19, Palias Ilektrikis 1016
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