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OPERA, DANCE AND THEATER

Friday, November 3- Thursday, November 16, 2017

AT THE OPERA DI ROMA

 

Don Chisciotte
A classic of the ballet repertoire with music by Ludwig Minkus. The original choreography was by Marius Petipa and Maxim Gorky, later revised for the American Ballet Theater by Mikhal Barishnykov, and it is the latter version which inspired this production, with choreography by  Laurent Hilaire. David Garforth conducts.
Friday November 17, 8 pm; Saturday, November 18, 3 & 8 pm; Sunday, November 19, 4:30 pm; Tuesday, November 20, 8 pm; Wednesday, November 21, 8 pm; Thursday, November 22, 8 pm.
€100 - 20 tel 892 101 www.ticketone.it
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Don Giovanni According to the Orchestra di Piazza Vittoria
Following in the tradition of their interpretations of The Magic Flute and Carmen, this ecelectic ensemble of musicans from the international spectrum of idioms presents their take on Don Giovanni.
Teatro Olimpico, Piazza Gentile da Fabriano, 17  (Flaminio)
Tuesday -Saturday, 9 pm; Sunday 6 pm through November 26.
€39-15,50 tickets

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ROMAEUROPA FESTIVAL
An annual event bringing cutting-edge European art and performance to Rome. Events are held at the Teatro Argentina, Teatro Olimpico, La Pelanda at MACRO Testaccio and at numerous other venues throughout the city. Continues into December.
Some highlights:

De Rerum Nature
The award-winning actor Roberto Herlitzka has devoted much of his life to the translation of the Latin classic that became the manifesto of Epicurean thought into Dante’s “terza rima” rhyme form. Presented for the first time with the collabration of New Consonance and the Abruzzo Symphony Institution, the show combines poetry and acting with music specifically composed by Matteo D'Amico, Lamberto Macchi, Enrico Marocchini and Ivan Vandor.
Teatro Vittorio, Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice, 10 (Testaccio)
Friday-Saturday, November 17-18, 9 pm
€25-19 tickets

 

Le Petit Cirque
French musician Laurent Bigot has built his circus on a wide table no more than a meter in diameter, using cyanfrusaglie, recovered material, wood, plastic, wires, springs and gadgets at low cost. The delicate installation can vibrateand activate itself as a living organism able to produce sounds and movements. The instrumentsre also the protagonists of a theatrical experience: men, animals, trotters, acrobats and dancers, mechanical dwellers of this tiny circus universe. Age 8 to adult.
La Pelanda, MACRO Testaccio
Friday-Saturday, November 25-26, 11 am, 4 pm, 6 pm
€10 -5 tickets

Zeitkratzer & She She Pop: The Ocean is Closed
The musical ensemble zeitkratzer and the performance collective She She Pop observe each other across the limits of their own categories. They look in fascination at their ‘exotic’ colleagues. Outside eyes and ears are interested in different things, ask the right wrong questions, misunderstand the agreements and breach basic laws.
Teatro Vascello
Via Carini 78 (Monteverde Vecchio)
Saturday, November 25, 9 pm; Sunday, November 26, 5 pm
€20-15 tickets


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