Tindaro Granata, in Boccaccesco, directed by Andrea Chiodi, in the Cloister of the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio, Monday 26 July, at 9.30 pm.
Milano – And Tindaro Granata, the new extraordinary guest who will go up on the very small stage: he will be on stage on Monday 26 with BOCCACCESCO, a show freely taken from Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron, directed by Andrea Chiodi.
The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio is a collection of one hundred short stories told by ten young storytellers over ten days.
The short stories are inserted in a narrative frame that takes its cue from the plague epidemic that broke out in Florence in 1348, to escape from which the ten young people decide to stay for two weeks in two residences in the countryside, where they spend their time between dances, songs and the tale of short stories.
BOCCACCESCO, is a theatrical adventure that relives some of the most famous and evocative short stories, digging into them to grasp connections with our present and understand, in their light, the life lived in the last two years.
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