Full evening creation for sixteen dancers

ph_Nadir Bonazzi
  • 9 October 2020 - 21:00 Teatro Comunale -
Stalls 30.00 24.00 37.50
Central Box – Front Row 30.00 24.00 37.50
Central Box – Second Row 25.00 20.00
Side Box – Front Row 25.00 20.00
Lower Gallery – Front Row 20.00 16.00
Upper Gallery – Front Row 13.00

Reduced rates for the under 30 year olds: 40% off full price tickets for each sector excluding PRIME area seats and the gallery.
Reduced group rates (new season ticket holders): 15% off full price tickets for each sector excluding PRIME area seats and the gallery.
Over 65’s reduced rates: 20% off full price tickets for each sector excluding PRIME area seats and the gallery.
PRIME area seats: stalls and central stage front row. The best seats in the house for comfort, visibility and acoustics. An all round PRIME experience.


Johan Inger

original music

Marc Álvarez


Gregor Acuña-Pohl


Curt Allen Wilmer (aapee) con estudiodeDos


Bregje van Balen


Fabiana Piccioli

Staging director

Carlo Cerri

coreography assistant

Yvan Dubreuil

Production Fondazione Nazionale della Danza / Aterballetto
Coproductors Ravenna Festival, Fondazione I Teatri di Reggio Emilia/ Festival Aperto, Fondazione Teatro Regio di Parma, Associazione Sferisterio Macerata, Festspielhaus St. Poelten, Teatro Stabile del Veneto, Fondazione Teatro Metastasio di Prato, Centro Teatrale Bresciano, Fondazione Cariverona – Circuito VivoTeatro (Teatro Ristori di Verona, Teatro Comunale di Belluno, Teatro Salieri di Legnago, Teatro Comunale di Vicenza, Teatro delle Muse di Ancona)


performance running time 90 min 

A paradigmatic myth, ancient and contemporary,
A choreographer today at the pinnacle of creativity,
A company that is defining an ambitious path of repositioning and growth
meet to give life to one of the most important shows of 2020.

Don Juan is the new full-evening production of the National Dance Foundation / Aterballetto, designed by Johan Inger and involves a parterre of theatres and festivals of absolute importance. The choreography stems from Inger’s desire to confront Don Giovanni, an ancient and still contemporary paradigmatic myth. Don Juan can be considered a Kammerspiel, with its ability to underline nuances and emotions: and in the case of this creation, the dance places the individual performers under the magnifying glass and reveals in a subtle but evident way the inner world of men and women on stage.




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