"New York Times" zaprasza na spektakle Delbona
"The Italian director Pippo Delbono’s fertile career goes back to the early 1980s, and he is a regular on Europe’s most prestigious stages. Yet he is so unknown in the English-speaking world that he doesn’t have a Wikipedia page in that language. Now, the Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione is offering a crash course in the Delbono oeuvre — heady, often provocative nonnarrative collages of movement (he worked with Pina Bausch), text, music and songs, and visually arresting stagings — by streaming four of his shows for free. Start with “Vangelo” (about religion in a time of devastation and unrest) which is available only until June 15, but make sure you don’t miss “Orchidee” (through June 25), in which Delbono processes his mother’s death. Click on the CC button for English subtitles".
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