COLLETTIVO CINETICO

Third Dialogue: IN A LANDSCAPE

  • 2 December 2020 - 21:00 Teatro Comunale -
TICKET PRICES FULL PRICE REDUCED RATE PRIME
Stalls 25.00 20.00 31.00
Central Box – Front row 25.00 20.00 31.00
Central Box – Second row  19.00 15.00
Side Box – Front row 19.00 15.00
Lower Gallery – Front row 15.00 12.00
Upper Gallery – Front row 9.00

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.
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direction and coreography

Alessandro Sciarroni

ideation and creation
Simone Arganini, Margherita Elliot, Carmine Parise, Angelo Pedroni, Francesca Pennini,
Stefano Sardi
musics
John Cage, Stefano Sardi
costumes

Ettore Lombardi

Coproduction CollettivO CineticO
Aperto Festival – Fondazione I Teatri di Reggio Emilia
Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Operaestate Festival Veneto/CSC, Marche Teatro, Centrale Fies / Art Work Space
With the support ofMIBACT, Regione Emilia Romagna

I think the work should be called In a landscape: I would like to steal this title from John Cage’s homonymous song… and I would also like to use it on stage. I think the song has the right atmosphere. Composed in 1948, for piano or harp “to sober and quiet the mind, thus rendering it susceptible to divine influences”. With the Collectivo Cinetico we are training for a new practice. As in my other works, there is always something light and mysterious in the obstinacy of repetition, something that seems to have an opposite energy compared to the patience, fatigue, and obstinacy of the action they are carrying out. This time though, I seem to be able to see something else too. They seem to me to be figures all aimed at what seems to resemble a feeling of serene determination that tends to disappear: a voluntary extinction of the subject. An act of extreme love. The choice of a definitive departure. I admit however, that my gaze is not objective.

Francesca Pennini