– Margò Paciotti and H.E.R.
An emotional journey between light and shadow, capable of transforming the body/object into meaning. Overcoming the boundaries between genres through a transversal musical evolution: from baroque to electronic to rock to pop. When classical, pop and electronic music meet, the mixture is explosive and one can only be dazzled.
An original creation by MARGÒ and a collaboration with an exceptional musician: H.E.R. An intimate writing path, but at the same time a universal piece for reflection on identity. The music with original arrangements was created by H.E.R. and conceptualised starting from a question: How can we create sound environments that are deeply connected to the meanings of an intimate story? Can music guide the audience and create images in their minds through live action?
GENDER GAMES and the world around us, in a continuous reversal of viewpoints.
🗓️ Date | Sunday, 24.09.
⏰ Time | 08:15 p.m. – Duration | aprox. 60 min
📍 Location | OUTDOOR STAGE – PROTAGON E.V.
🌍 Language | English
👥 Participants* | n/a
🌐 Contact | https://ondadurtoteatro.it/
In 2000, she graduated as Actress and Assistant director for theatre at the SIT (International School of Theatre) in Rome. She continued with the study of Ancient Comedy and Poetic Humor with Eric de Bont. In 2004, she specialized in Commedia dell'Arte with Antonio Fava and followed the training with workshops on Theatre - Dance (composition) with Daniel Lepkov in Orvieto and Living Theatre in Poznan, Poland. Since 2002, she teaches in the “Accademia Internazionale di Teatro” DIPLOMA LAUREA MIUR physical theatre and Commedia dell’Arte Masks. In 2005, she created ONDADURTO TEATRO, a theatre company based in Rome, together with Lorenzo Pasquali. In 2019, she directed and created costumes and scenery for the Opera “PIETRO IL GRANDE – Kzar di tutte le Russie”. Since 2021, she creates and directs DRAG ME UP – Queer Art Festival.