Future Memories draws on a rich theatrical and environmental cultural heritage from the past and thrusts it into the present and the future: landscapes, historic places, environmental sites, biodiversity, archaeology, anthropology, theatre practices and dramatic literature – particularly Campanian, Italian and European – serve as sources for researching, discovering and experimenting.
Symposium: 20TH-CENTURY THEATRE UTOPIAS AND POETICS 5-6 October 2019, Naples
Duca di Martina Museum
University of Bologna, Department of Arts, Music and Performing Arts; University of Salerno; Sapienza University of Rome;
Tor Vergata University of Rome; Feldenkrais Training Institute;
Centro Studi sul Teatro Napoletano, Meridionale ed Europeo; ICRA Project.
Director of the Polo Museale della Campania
11:00 am – 1:00 pm Theatrical Biomechanics and Corporeal Mime: Meyerhold and Decroux
Speakers: Edo Bellingeri and Marco De Marinis
Tor Vergata University of Rome; University of Bologna, Department of Arts, Music and Performing Arts;
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
2 pm – 4:30 pm The Body, Theatre and Figurative Arts from East to West:
Speakers: Vito Di Bernardi and Mara Della Pergola
Sapienza University of Rome; Feldenkrais Training Institute
11:00 am – 1:00 pm Betraying Tradition: Viviani, Eduardo and de Berardinis
Speakers: Antonia Lezza and Gerardo Guccini
University of Salerno; Centro Studi sul Teatro Napoletano, Meridionale ed Europeo; University of Bologna, Department of Arts, Music and Performing Arts;
Toast with Campania protected designation of origin wines
Duca di Martina Museum, Villa Floridiana
Via Domenico Cimarosa, 77, Naples
Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis.