Borgio Verezzi, Summer 2010
From July 8th to August 10th the featured shows for the 44th Theatre Festival of Borgio Verezzi (SV) will take place. The location where the shows will take place will be Piazza S.Agostino.
In the following section we are reporting the shows that are featured in the 2010 program:
July 8th, 9th and 10th National premiere of “L’uomo prudente” (the careful man) of Carlo Goldoni, with Paolo Bonacelli and Federica Di Martino, directed by Franco Però.
July 14th, 15th, and 16th National premiere of “Questa sera si recita a soggetto” (a subject play) of Luigi Pirandello, with Alberto Giusta, Davide Lorino, Massimo Brizi, Mariella Speranza, Alessia Giuliani, directed by Alberto Giusta.
July 18th National premiere (not included in the subscription) of “Ballata per un assedio” (ballad for a siege) of Elvira Mujicic and Simone Gandolfo, with Simone Gandolfo (voice) and Lamberto Curoni (cello), directed by Simone Gandolfo.
July 21st and 22nd National premiere of “Anfitrione” (Amphitryon) of Heinrich Von Kleist, with Giuseppe Pambieri, Lia Tanzi, Simonetta Potolicchio, directed by Giuseppe Pambieri.
July 25th and 26th National premiere of “Le quattro sorelle” (four sisters) of Colette Freedman, with Rosalinda Celentano, Carlotta Natoli, Cecilia Dazzi, Eugenia Costantini and the participation of Lisa Gastoni in the role of the mother; directed by Enrico Maria Lamanna.
July 29th, 30th and 31st National premiere of “L’ultimo degli amanti focosi” (the last of the passionate lovers) of Neil Simon, with Paola Quattrini and Pietro Longhi, directed by Silvio Giordani.
August 3rd and 4th National premiere of “Il burbero benefico” (the charitable gruff) of Carlo Goldoni, with Marianno Rigillo, Anna Teresa Rossini, Giancarlo Condè, Fabrizio Vona, Francesco di Trio, Federica Marchettini, Salvatore Rancatore, Serena Martinelli. Directed by Matteo Tarasco.
August 8th, 9th and 10th National premiere of “Spirito Allegro” (cheerful spirit) of Noel Coward with Corrado Tedeschi, Debora Caprioglio, Marioletta Bideri, Antonella Piccolo, directed by Patrick Rossi Gastaldi.