To all: fragments of Mayakovsky’s biography and work: Rooms (apartment theater experiences)

To all: fragments of Mayakovsky’s biography and work: Rooms (apartment theater experiences)
To all: fragments of Mayakovsky’s biography and work: Rooms (apartment theater experiences)

Milano – Monday 14 June 2021 the review continues in Milan Rooms (apartment theater experiences): on this occasion the summer program begins, which takes place outdoors in garden of the Alik Cavaliere Art Center (Via De Amicis 17); square lawn with fruit trees that blend with the artist’s bronze trees / sculpture.

Milano – At 20.00 it goes on stage To all: fragments of Mayakovsky’s biography and work with Tamara Balducci e Mauro Milone (selection and editing of the texts of Gianni Farina, Menoventi production): a polyphonic collage that returns some fragments of the biography and work of Vladimir Mayakovskij. The chorus of gossip, the voices of colleagues, witnesses, friends, is intertwined with the letters and works of a poet who – “not a man, an event” – embodied the utopias and antinomies of a people and a era.

Milano – To tell Mayakovsky’s last pulsations it means to tell the end of an extraordinary generation, narrating the rapid parable of a handful of young people who gathered under the banner of the October Revolution, radically transformed the way of conceiving their respective disciplines and, suffocated by the authoritarian drift of the pursued utopia, violently terminated artistic production or life itself.

Ticket 12 euros, prior reservation via email mandatory.

This event was updated with new information on 06/11/2021 at 11pm.

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