Monday, November 15, 2010

White Stools After Pepto Bismol

From 2 to 5 December 2010

Theatre Antigone

Via Amerigo Vespucci, 42 - Roma (Testaccio)

Da Giov. a Sab. ore 21.00 - Dom. ore 17.30 e 21.00

L’Associazione Culturale Teatri&Culture


Non รจ che

tante vorte…

(one night in Rome ...)

of Dilonardo Carlo and Gennaro Paraggio


( in order of appearance )

Alessandro Bevilacqua ( Alvaro )

Annamaria Fittipaldi ( Maria)

Antonio Pascale ( the waiter )

Simone Perna ( an innocent dream )


Carlo Dilonardo

Assistant Director: Gennaro Paraggio

Scene and Costume Design Assistant : Vigilante Chiarastella

stills: Luigi Catalano

Sounds and Colours : Gennaro Paraggio

Poster Design : Valeria Iacampo

Organization: Theatre & Culture

Press Office: Maura Bonelli D-MOOD


not that many Vorta ...? is a phrase used very often in Rome, replaces the most common form of slang for What if ...?

In these years spent in Rome, I heard this expression, looking the other person and / or the passing of taste and smiling. I wanted to call this show in this way, because it represents a moment emblematic of "Romanism."

The protagonists of this show, Alvaro and Maria, tell us with irony and a touch of bitterness, one of many nights on the banks of the Tiber lived two tramps: Luke she moved to Rome for his love , Roman de Rome "- despite the current conditions of life - living with pride and dignity of his past as an aspiring actor brilliant.

through the manifestation of artistic talent Alvaro, we wanted to make a tribute to the Romans and not through pills devoted to drama, music, literature source the capital, unpretentious, of course, to make an all-encompassing spectacle in this direction. These elements are a pre-text which, together with his friend and co-author Paraggio Gennaro, we hope to create a dedicated comedy fun, with great affection, colors, noises and sounds of one of most beautiful cities in the world.

Good Scene!

Carlo Dilonardo


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