PADOVA, Orto Botanico, 7 LUGLIO 2018, ore 18.45
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project direction in Padova and translation from the ancient Greek: Caterina Barone
direction:  Francesco Puccio
assistant director and choreographies: Claudia Lo Casto
original music: Ernesto Tortorella
costumes and artistic collaboration: Luciana Roma – Teatrocontinuo
 
DESCRIPTION: The Trojan Women is a tragedy by the Greek playwright Euripides. This is one of the greatest anti-war plays ever written. It shows the suffering of women and children after every war. It has been used many times to protest against war and to act as a warning for audiences who see it. It can also be a consolation for those who are suffering from war, because in it they see that over the ages others too have suffered. The play begins at the end of the Trojan War, fought by Greece against Troy after Helen had been kidnapped from her Greek husband, Menelaus, by a Trojan prince, Paris. This war has lasted ten years. The four Trojan women of the play are the same appearing in the final book of the Iliad lamenting over the corpse of Hector: Hecuba, Cassandra, Andromaca and Helen. Now Troy is smoking and in ruins…
actors:
RICCARDO SBARBATI – Coripheus
MARIA DANIELLA QUINONES PAPINUTTI – Helen
DEBORA FORMENTIN – Cassandra
BLANCA MOLINA – Chorus
FERNANDO PEREZ SANUDO – Poseidon
SILVIA BROSOLO – Andromache
ALICIA GOMEZ SANCHEZ – Athena
MATTEO RUDELLA – Menelaus
ELENA MARCELLAN – Hecuba
IGNACIO GABRIEL VEGA CASTILLO – Talthybius
UMAIR MUHAMMAD – Chorus

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