- Saturday, 12th Nov
- 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm IST
NCPA, Experimental Theatre
A dance performance inspired by the work of Italian poet, film-maker and writer, Pier Paolo Pasolini; that uses the body as a powerful tool to revive the complexity of his ideas.
There is the woman-mother – pillar of his poetic and cinematographic production.
There is the notion of freedom.
There is poetry.
There is Bach’s music – with whom he sought to establish an artistic partnership.
And there is the sacredness of the gesture.
All these ingredients give life to a homage made of tension and redemption, dreams and utopias, creating a fresco of humanity and its paradoxes that lives in the past and the present, exciting and opening our eyes to existence.
Through Monica Casadei’s vibrant choreography we see the sun of Roma’s “borgate” (the hamlets of Rome), where life pulsates, children play and the young, dressed in colorful clothes, dream and fight for their rights.
For ages 12+