A brilliant and abstract scene in which two people discuss about existence. But can you talk to someone who lends you the voice? And can you answer with the
A brilliant and abstract scene in which two people discuss about existence. But can you talk to someone who lends you the voice? And can you answer with the same voice of the person who is asking you questions? Antonio Rezza and Flavia Mastrella don’t play the blame game with the nothings of the world, they want to inhabit this illogicality, to take it to the nonsense dimension and to make it even comic. The funny structure, the doubling splitting language and the sharp-witted lines that flirt with the irrational, they are all used to shake up and waver the audience and to make them laugh about themselves.
Rezza / Mastrella
Rezza and Mastrella deal with involuntary communication. They have been producing theatre performances, short and full-length films, TV programmes, and performances for more than twenty years. Flavia Mastrella has been showcasing sculptures, video-sculptures, and photographs in Italy and abroad for years. Rezza comes from an anti-narrative linguistic background, which resulted in four books published by Bompiani. Together, Rezza and Mastrella have won the 2013 UBU Special Prize “for the sharp description of cruelty through the unbridled genius of an actor and the intuition of an original visual artist.”
(Friday) 9:30 pm