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Italian & American Playwrights Project - Podcasts

Date:

11/18/2020


Italian & American Playwrights Project  - Podcasts

Italian & American Playwrights Project announces fifteen video podcasts of new plays to be considered for NEW PLAYS FROM ITALY vol.4

The podcasts will be online through December 1, 2020.

The American Advisory Board, instead, will be selecting four plays for the third edition of the Italian and American Playwrights Project, a popular vote will reward the public's favorite play with the reading of the original script during the 3rd edition of the Project at Italian Cultural Institute of New York, partner of the Italian & American Playwrights Project since the very beginning.

To participate: visit www.italianandamericanplaywrightsproject.com, read the bio of the authors, the synopsis, and the first pages of the translation for each play, watch the 15 short readings then vote for your favorite play.

Authors:

Emanuele Aldrovandi (Isabel Green)

Marcello Atzeni (Women)

Alessandro Berti (Blind Love)

Mimosa Campironi (Family Game)

Davide Carnevali (Menelaus (A Contemporary Tragedy))

Carlotta Corradi (In the Woods)

Mariano Dammacco (Good Education)

Oscar De Summa (From Prometeus Indomitable is the Night)

Gabriele Di Luca (Metropolitan Miracles)

Bruno Fornasari (The Proof)

Stefano Fortin (George II)

Christian Gallucci (The Life of Plants)

Lea Karen Gramsdorff (M.I.L.F. (From 11PM to 2AM))

Tatjana Motta (White Night)

Fabio Pisano (Hospes-ītis)

 

The video series is curated by Valeria Orani.

Readings directed by Marco Calvani and performed by Carlotta Brentan, Allison Einkerenkoetter, Robert Funaro, Susan Murphy, Travor Pittinger, Chris Raglin.

 

The Italian and American Playwrights Project (IAPP) has been curated by New York-based Umanism’s director and Italian enterprise 369gradi’s Artistic Director Valeria Orani. With the support of Frank Hentschker, the director of the Martin E.Segal Theatre Center (Graduate Center CUNY), IAPP aims to foster contemporary creative writing following a binary model (Italian theatre in the USA and American theatre in Italy). By doing so, IAPP adds continuity to a relationship developed between the two countries over the last thirty years.

 

Information

Date: Da Wednesday, November 18, 2020 a Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Entrance : Free


Location:

Online Event

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