Teatro

Shakespeare e il teatro classico, seconda parte


Varie sedi a Verona
14-16 giugno 2017
Ingresso libero

Kingship and Power – Shakespeare and Classical Theatre
Regalità e Potere – Shakespeare e il teatro classico

Seconda parte del progetto, le iniziative intendono promuovere un approccio comune al teatro classico e a quello shakespeariano.

Tutti gli eventi, che godono del patrocinio del Comune di Verona e del sostegno dell’Ufficio Scolastico Provinciale, sono stati realizzati grazie alla collaborazione di Thespis Society e di Teatro Scientifico/Teatro-Laboratorio e al supporto della Fondazione Cattolica Assicurazioni e di AMIA Verona S.p.a.
Tutti gli eventi sono a ingresso libero fino ad esaurimento posti.
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Calendario eventi accessibili

14 giugno
Sala Galtarossa, Museo degli Affreschi (Via Luigi da Porto 5).
Afternoon: 14:45 Registration; 15:00 Greetings; 15:15 Opening Remarks: Silvia Bigliazzi (University of Verona) and Guido Avezzù (University of Verona) – Chair: Gherardo Ugolini (University of Verona); 15:30 Guido Paduano (University of Pisa) “La responsabilità nella guerra dei Sette” ; 16:00 Alessandro Grilli (University of Pisa) “Conoscenza e potere nel teatro di Eschilo”; 16:30 Guido Avezzù (University of Verona) “Translating Aeschylus’ Seven”; 17:00 Giovanna Di Martino (University of Oxford) “Multilingualism and Primitivism in Ellen Stewart’s and Will Power’s Adaptions of Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes”; 17:30-18:00: Coffee break; 18:00 Students’ reading of excerpts from Richard II with the collaboration of Isabella Caserta, Silvia Bigliazzi and Lisanna Calvi

Evening – ore 21 Teatro Laboratorio (ex arsenale): Riccardo II in-contra i Sette, students’ performance directed by Eric Nicholson and Roberto Andrioli.

15 giugno
Sala Veranda, Accademia Filarmonica, via dei Mutilati 4. (Al telefono assicurano l’accessibilità alla sala, chiedendo a una maschera in entrata si verrà accompagnati alla porta laterale dove c’è l’ascensore che porta al piano)

Morning – Seminars 9:30-11:30: David Schalkwyk (Queen Mary University, London) and Elena Pellone (Venice Shakespeare Company) “The Breath of Kings”; 11:30-12:00: Coffee break; 12:00-13:00 Jaq Bessell (GSA, University of Surrey) “Richard II: Body Politic and Physical Rhetoric”.

Afternoon – Sala Galtarossa, Museo degli Affreschi – Chair: Silvia Bigliazzi (University of Verona); 15:00 Anton Bierl (University of Basel) “The mise en scène of Kingship and Power Struggle through Words and Signs in Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes. Speech-Act, Ritual and Performativity”; 15:30 Manuela Giordano (University ‘della Calabria’) “Athenian Power: Seven and the Democracy-in-Arms”; 16:00: Susanne Wofford (New York University) “Rhetoric, Political Narrative, and the Perspective of Women in Richard II and Seven Against Thebes”; 16:30-17:00: Coffee break; Chair: Lisanna Calvi (University of Verona) 17:00 Dominique Goy-Blanquet (University of Picardie) “‘Noble in body and judicious in mind like Homer’: Enacting Richard II”; 17:30 David Schalkwyk (Queen Mary University, London) and Elena Pellone (Venice Shakespeare Company) “The Breath of Kings”; 18:00 Darren Tunstall (GSA, University of Surrey) “Styles of Power in Richard II”.

Evening – Sala Veranda, Accademia Filarmonica – 21:00 Ellen McLaughlin, reading /concerto from Oresteia and Rinde Eckert, from Orpheus X.

16 June
Morning – Sala Veranda, Accademia Filarmonica. Seminars: 9:00-10:00 Ellen McLaughlin and Rinde Eckert “Hearing the Greeks Speak Now”; 10:00-10:30: Coffee break; 10:30-12:30 Eric Nicholson (New York University, Florence) “Circuits of Theatrical Playing: Richard II Meets Seven Against Thebes”.
Afternoon. 17:30 Open Theatre ‘Parco Agli Angeli’, via Cesare Battisti 8 A Midsummer Night’s Dream Split Second Company, directed by Jaq Bessell.