VALTER MALOSTI

SE QUESTO È UN UOMO

by the work of Primo Levi

ph_Tommaso Le Pera
  • 29 January 2021 - 20:30 Teatro Comunale -
  • 30 January 2021 - 20:30 Teatro Comunale -
  • 31 January 2021 - 16:00 Teatro Comunale -
FULL PRICE REDUCED RATE PRIME
Stalls 32.00 26.00 40.00
Central Box – Front Row 31.00 25.00 39.00
Central Box – Second Row 22.00 18.00
Side Box – Front Row 25.00 21.00
Lower Gallery – Front Row 19.00 15.00
Upper Gallery – Front Row 10.00

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.

stage condensation by

Domenico Scarpa e Valter Malosti

a performance of

Valter Malosti

scenes

Margherita Palli

lights

Cesare Accetta

costumes

Gianluca Sbicca

sound project

Gup Alcaro

Tre Madrigali (from the poetic work of Primo Levi)

Carlo Boccadoro

videos

Luca Brinchi, Daniele Spanò

with

Valter Malosti
and with Antonio Bertusi, Camilla Sandri

production
TPE – Teatro Piemonte Europa / Teatro Stabile di Torino – Teatro Nazionale / Teatro di Roma – Teatro Nazionale

Primo Levi’s voice is the voice that more than any other has been able to make Auschwitz speak: the voice that for over seventy years, with If This is a Man-Se questo è un uomo, has been telling readers around the world the truth about the Nazi extermination. It is a voice with an unmistakable tone, mild yet firm: “consider what happened”. On the centenary of Levi’s birth, the director of TPE – Teatro Piemonte Europa Valter Malosti signs the direction and interpretation of Se questo è un uomo, bringing for the first time directly the voice of this unrepeatable first work, which is the book of the most atrocious and most beautiful adventures of the twentieth century: that voice without any other mediation. A voice that in its nakedness knows how to restore the sounds of the camp – the threats, the orders, the noise of the factory of death.