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Monday, 12 May 2014 01:00

Verona’s theatrical season

The theatrical exhibitions are frequent all year round in the city of Verona which offers you an opportunity to learn more about the unique tradition of Verona.

The city offers the opportunity not only to visit theatrical exhibition and cabaret but the opera and the ballet too for a complete offer which is representative of the artistic tradition of the culture of Verona.

Long since the city host and propose great art and theatrical events. Every month the city of Verona offers the carnet of the best theatrical works on the calendar. We would like to recommend you the best theatrical exhibition of the period: The 26th of April the acting company “La Barcaccia” bring on stage Carlo Goldoni’s work “Il Ventaglio” in Tregnago in the municipal auditorium Mario Pigozzi at 8.45 pm, entry fees 6,00 euros.

“Il Ventaglio” is the last theatrical masterpiece Goldoni n composed once he moved to France where he decide to spend his older age. In France although surrounded by the honors, the famous playwright found difficulties in having a confrontation with people from beyond the Alps. From his the nostalgia for Venice the place he leaved arose the spectacular masterpiece with its coral action and continuous movement.

The setting of the scene is an everyday village a place of the imagination where deploy humanity is picturesque and variageted. It’s a simple fan to trigger encounters and collisions and to intersect the happenings and ambitions able to reveal the weakness of human mind. Monday 28th of April at 8.30 pm live recording with the Royal Opera house of London, the appointment is with the big screen of “Teatro Ristori” in Verona with the showing “Il Racconto d’Inverno”, a ballet show based on the romantic comedy of Shakespeare.

While on Tuesday the 29th of April at “Teatro Ristori” in Verona you could assist to the showing of “Così fan tutte” of W. A. Mozart an exhibition of the Metropolitan Opera of New York. Jasmine Levine return on stage after being more then 3o years director of the Met, now direct an acting company made of young realizing one of the masterpiece in the whole theatrical tradition.

The classical comedy “Così fan tutte” tells the story of two young men which put on trial the fidelity of their girls friend , by accepting a bet launched by the sly Don Alfonso. The opera which contains the most romantic and beautiful music of Mozart, gives evidence to occupy a main role in the repertory of the last decade.

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