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Opening Night
Saturday 11th January 2020 – Teatro Cantiere Florida – Florence (IT)

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Opening Night

Saturday 11th January 2020
Teatro Cantiere Florida
Florence (IT)

SOLD OUT

All Around Me

A contemporary piece in three parts to the sound of pop rock music. All Around Me is life as we see it every day passing in front of our eyes, the unaware movements and the random trajectories. Melancholic and lively gestures exploring hopes, shock, memories, mirth and yearning. With its feral softness, its objectless desire, its present past, All Around Me stands at the border between heat and light, like a summer faintness and the reverie of being only what you are.
I Act
II Act
III Act

What do we lack in this beautiful sadness if not a past we never had? Two women, two men and the entire world around them, as if reflected in the whitest, sun-bleached mirror. Unconscious gestures draw a presence without reference, which needs no representation.

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I Act
II Act
III Act

What does one want, when one craves a body; what does one want when there is no other? Desire inhabits a land of ghosts, in the depths of the kind of eroticism that wanders in the limits between animal and infant. The object of desire is both present and absent in the staggering experience of duality.

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I Act
II Act
III Act

What do we know about the abyss in the end? What can we gather, if not by listening to the wail of the sirens? The sirens take to the stage in the epilogue.

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I Act

What do we lack in this beautiful sadness if not a past we never had? Two women, two men and the entire world around them, as if reflected in the whitest, sun-bleached mirror. Unconscious gestures draw a presence without reference, which needs no representation.

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II Act

What does one want, when one craves a body; what does one want when there is no other? Desire inhabits a land of ghosts, in the depths of the kind of eroticism that wanders in the limits between animal and infant. The object of desire is both present and absent in the staggering experience of duality.

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III Act

What do we know about the abyss in the end? What can we gather, if not by listening to the wail of the sirens? The sirens take to the stage in the epilogue.

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Credits

Music:
Grantchester Meadows, Pink Floyd
Little Johnny Jewel, Television
We All Make the Flowers Grow, Lee Hazlewood

Photography:
Attilio Marasco

Copy writing:
Caterina Piccione

Production-distribution:
Louisa Low

Communication:
N.Y.G Sagl

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