Hanno Tutti Ragione - Everybody's right - Show part of In Scena! 2014
Hanno tutti ragione is performed by Iaia Forte, who played Trumeau in "The Great Beauty" by Paolo Sorrentino (Academy Award, 2014, Best Foreign Language Film). The play is based on Sorrentino's 2010 novel, "Hanno tutti ragione," which tells the story of Tony Pagoda, a singer from the far suburbs of Naples. During his long career, he performed on stage across the world's most important venues, including Radio City Music Hall, where he met Frank Sinatra. A great ladies' man, cocaine addict and alcoholic, he emigrates to Brazil to start a new life, until he receives an offer he can't refuse.
Iaia Forte was born in Naples, graduated from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, made her theatrical debut opposite the award-winning actor Toni Servillo and began a long collaboration with the theater company Teatri Uniti and some of Italy's most prominent theatre directors. She was awarded the critics' prize for best actress in "The Misanthrope" (directed by Toni Servillo) and the 'Florino Doro' award of the Societa' Dantesca. On film, she has worked with Pappi Corsicato ("Il Seme della Discordia"), Peter Greenaway ("The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover") and many others. She has won two Nastri D'Argento awards, a David award (the 'Italian Oscar'), a Globo D'Oro award, a Ciak d'oro, as well as a Linea d'Ombra and a Sacher award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Paolo Sorrentino first emerged on the scene in 2001 as screenwriter and director of "One Man Up" (winner of the Nastro D'Argento award for Best First Time Director, the Ciak D'Oro award for Best Screenplay and the Grolla d'Oro award for Best Leading Actor for Toni Servillo). Ever since then, nearly all of his films have starred Servillo and have been presented at the Cannes International Film Festival. In 2012, he directed Sean Penn in the film "This Must Be The Place."
Part of In Scena! Italian Theater festival NY 2014, the first Italian Theater Festival to take place in all five NYC boroughs.
DiCapo Opera Theatre (View)
184 E76th St.
New York, NY 10021
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