TiDA (IT)

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Event

Piccole Donne (World Premiere), 30 min

Three future brides take to the stage dressed in white waiting for a wedding that will never take place. An empty  ritualistic dance symbolises the start of a life journey for  a woman , one where females exist with a pre-established identity. The show follows the  evolution of a  ‘woman’,  a process that women must undertake to liberate themselves from oppressive societal forces.

Choreographer / Director
Marco Chenevier
Assistant Director
Smeralda Capizzi
Dancers
Marco Chenevier, Alessia Pinto & Elena Pisu
Dramaturgy Consultant
Simona De Simoni
Lighting Design
Andrea Sangiorgi
Costumes
Sandrine Philippe
Photo
Simone Mondino
Supporters
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
IYMA

 

 

Quintetto @ 25 June

Marco Chenevier returns after winning last year’s 1st Prize Award with an extended performance of a hilarious and poignant show highlighting the perils actors face in a country blighted by financial austerity. Tonight is the night, it’s show time. But the tech and lighting crew have gone missing. The answer lies in the audience’s hands. The outcome is uncertain but the show must go on.

Director / Choreographer 
Marco Chenevier
Playwright 
Marco Chenevier & Smeralda Capizzi
Cast
Marco Chenevier
Set Design & Costume
Marco Chenevier & Smeralda Capizzi
Photography 
Andrea Albanese & Ewa Gleisner
Supporters
MIBACT – Ministry for Culture, The Education and Culture Department of the Aosta Valley

Biography

BE FESTIVAL 1st Prize Award winners of 2015, TiDA was created in 2005 identifies as a critique of society, entertainment, conventional aesthetics and the artistic production itself.

Calendar

Piccole Donne 21 June 2016 BE Festival, Birmingham

Quintetto

25 June 2016, BE Festival, Birmingham

6 April 2016, The Gulbenkian, Canterbury

7 April 2016, Theatre Royal, Bury ST Edmunds

9 April 2016 Theatr Frycheiniog, Brecon

13 April 2016, Barbican, London

14 April 2016, Barbican, London

15 April 2016, Barbican, London

16 April 2016, Barbican, London

19 April 2016, Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton

20 April 2016, South Street Arts Centre, Reading

21 April 2016, Pegasus, Oxford

22 April 2016 The Civic, Barnsley

24 April 2016, Slunglow, Leeds

25 April 2016, Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

26 April 2016, Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate

28 April 2016, Northumbria University, New Castle

3 May 2016, Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick

5 May 2016, The Bramall University of Birmingham, Birmingham

6 May 2016, Circomedia, Bristol

 

Awards/Reviews

BE FESTIVAL – First Prize Award winners of 2015
International Festival of Sarajevo – First Prize for contemporary dance
Next Generation Festival, Padova – Second Prize