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L'Italia s'è desta (Italy has Arisen) - Show part of In Scena! 2014
Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at NYU
New York, NY
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L'Italia s'è desta (Italy has Arisen) - Show part of In Scena! 2014
Written and directed by Rosario Mastrota and performed by Dalila Desirée Cozzolino.

"L'Italia s'è desta" tells the story of Carletta, a Shakespearean village fool, who witnesses the kidnapping by the Calabrese mafia - 'ndrangheta - of the Italian national soccer team. The army, politicians and journalists, too busy creating a media storm around the event, and blinded by the magnitude of the news, don't notice her. She's the only person who knows where the team is hidden - but nobody believes her. The show's title is a quote from the Italian national hymn.

"L'Italia s'è desta" has been awarded numerous prizes in Italy, including:
the Teatropia 2012 award (Mafia & Politics themes),
the Restart Award at the Politically Incorrect Festival 2013,
Antimafie Dirittinscena Award 2013.
It was also a finalist for the prestigious Hystrio Stage Writing award 2012.

The show is presented by Compagnia Ragli theatre company. The company's name identifies a starting point: the 'raglio,' meaning a donkey's bray, as an evocative sound that represents meaning that begins from noise. Founded by author and director Rosario Mastrota, who trained and worked with famous Italian theater personalities (Motus and Emma Dante among others) and actress Dalila Desirée Cozzolino, who trained at the Centro Internazionale Formazione delle Arti in Cosenza, Calabria, and the Accademia Corrado Pani in Rome. Dalila Desirée Cozzolino was also awarded the 2012 'Premio Centro' Best Actress Award.

"L'Italia s'è desta" is the first play in an original trilogy by the Compagnia Ragli.

In Italian and Italian dialect (calabrese) with English supertitles.

Location

Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at NYU (View)
24 West 12th Street
New York, NY 10011
United States

Categories

Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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