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TTB’s festivals delve into the tendencies and aesthetic-formal reasons that we feel close to our idea, open new confrontation grounds with different poetics and scenic practices offering proposals often different and eccentric in approaching the scene, connected to the concrete artistic practice and at the same time to research and theoretical study. The theoretical-practical stages alternate with performances, that often are live experiments on urban space.
The idea is to realize interdisciplinary festivals about performative arts like prose, figure theatre, dance, music, trying to get on the same bill highly cultural theatrical events (oriental theatre-dance shows and experiments, highly innovative productions, conferences and seminars) and more popular shows in which the audience has to do some “work”: cultural, inner, spiritual.


Related Topics: East-West / Open Spaces

SONAVAN... LE VIE D`INTORNO
Dal 1985 al 2000 / Bergamo

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IL CENTRO E LA CIRCONFERENZA
2005, 2007-2009 / Bergamo

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LIBER A NOS
2010 / Bergamo

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CORTEO MANZONIANO
2004-2005 / Como e Lecco

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«People, it is well known, performed everywhere: living rooms, in stables and farm yards, nei colleges, in nunneries, parishes, brothels, in deportation places e and in the army. And people performed to discover literature. Or, on the contrary, to discover their body (whatever this means), to develop their creativity, or to find in fiction a counterbalance to obligations. We used to do it and we keep on doing it.»
F. Taviani “Teatro e storia” n°26, 2005