The performance of ‘Macbetty’ by Italian director star Alessandra Serre, the founder and director of Teatroperson Theater Theaters, was made in the manuscript of the Elizabethan Theater, and only the men are acting as actors. Serra is the idea for this interesting project found in the carnival folklore in the Barbariga region of Sardinia. University of Arizona Academic Calendar Recognizing numerous analogies between Shakespeare’s masterpiece and Sardinian tradition and carnival processions and masks, Serra has created a powerful musical-dance work on an almost forgotten Sardinian dialect, emphasizing body, movement, language and sound. The Serra entered the theater adapting the films of the great Ingmar Bergman. As an actor he became educated in Grotowski’s tradition, perfecting physical movements and vibrational singing and adding to his acting expression the knowledge and experience he had gained by practicing martial arts in youth. Meanwhile she graduated from Performing Arts at the Sapienza University in Rome, working on the dramaturgy of the painting. From 2006 to 2011, he studied various stage studies, which led him to the realization of the ‘trilogy of silence’, composed of performances ‘Beckett Box’, ‘Trattato dei Manichini’ and ‘AURE’.
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For the ‘Macbetty’, she received the Ubu Award, while the Italian Critics’ Association proclaimed her the best Italian show in 2017. The festival closes the famous German director Thomas Ostermeier, who has been featured several times at the Zagreb audience – ‘Norom’ on the first festival, followed by ‘Hamlet’, ‘Othell’ and ‘Brakom Marija Braun’. On this occasion, he comes with a boasted performance from his Shakespearean cycle, “Richard III” produced by Berlin Schaubuhne. He is one of Shakespeare’s earliest drama, first performed in 1593. This piece of the villainous and rotten brother of the king, who has been given a royal crown in a series of murders, still fascinates today, mostly because of his main character – the unconventional and amoral criminal, manipulator and murderer of Rikard III.In the play the title of the evil king played an excellent German actor Lars Eidinger.
He was thrilled in Hamlet’s performance in the Ostermeier’s performance, which was a few years ago in Zagreb. According to the New York Times report, Eidinger has shown Rikard III as a crazy one that the audience in the first half of the show laughs and then turns into a character who, because of his madness, has been afraid because we have not seriously understood it from the beginning. According to Ivica Buljan, Ostermeier’s ‘Rikard III’ is not limited to the demonization of a psychopathic compulsive killer, but brings a portrait of a powerful elite, which is the result of internal conflicts. University of Arizona Academic Calendar The performance was premiered in February 2015 and was guest at the Edinburgh International Festival, Avignon Festival, Barbican Center in London, Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Milan, Paris and beyond. exciting concert tour of Croatia and the world young pianist star Aljoša Jurinić was briefly home to Zagreb and we caught him before new travels and likely relocation to some of the major European cities.