Intense weekend of events with “Fuori Teatro” summer cultural events program at Giardino Scotto. After the first two evenings dedicated to dance, tonight the homage of Francesco Bottai, ex Gatti Mezzi, to the songs of Francesco De Gregori takes the stage.
Saturday 4th July the Pisan dance companies will be on stage again for “The city that dances” with the shows of Etoile, Gaddi dance and Proscaenium and Studio dance.
Sunday 5th July, Ribalta Teatro presents "La Ribalta Gran Soirée", with Alberto Ierardi, Giorgio Vierda, Luca Oldani, Marta Paganelli and Salvatore Zappia who will lead the spectators into the magical world of theater, with irony, sweetness, malice and fun, transforming the romantic atmosphere of the Scotto Garden in a playful evening of theatrical work-in-progress. The creation of a show is a long and often non-linear process: we start from a sketched idea, a few images, sometimes a theme, and along the way we try to materialize the idea into something accessible to an audience. As long as the encounter with it does not take place, no performance can be said to be accomplished. Soirées are therefore opportunities to meet actors and spectators, an exchange of images, a look behind the scenes, a window on the creative process.
On Monday 6th July the main character will be the music of the duo Marina Mulopulos (voice and percussion) and Dome La Muerte (guitars, harpsichord and harmonica). Marina Mulopulos is an Italian-Greek singer who has been working on the voice as an instrument for years; he collaborated with Malfunk and Almamegretta, Peppe Barra, and sings with "Tilak", an ethno electronic band made up of sitar tabla and vocals. He has recorded with many groups and in 2015 his first solo album was released in collaboration with Paolo Del Vecchio (guitarist of Peppe Barra). He currently holds workshops on the creative voice and performs in Italy and abroad. Dome la Muerte was the guitarist and composer of Ccm, Not Moving and Hush. He has collaborated on various soundtracks including Salvatores' "Nirvana" and currently plays with "The Diggers", is back from a solo album entitled "Poems for Renegades" and from a collaboration with EXP, with whom he recorded "Lazy Sunny Day ". In this project, Marina and Dome acoustically explore their roots from the Velvet Underground to David Bowie, from Judy Henske to Janis Joplin and many others.
All shows will start at 9.30 pm. A maximum of 200 seats will be available for each show. Tickets, nominal and spaced according to the spacing rules for the Covid-19 emergency, cannot be purchased directly on the site but must be purchased in advance on the Vivaticket.com circuit, until the start of the shows.