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  • Conversation #2: Francesca Corona, Simone Frangi, Daniel Blanga Gubbay, Elisabete Paiva

    19 August 2020 This conversation, edited by Simone Frangi, took place during one of the activities included in the European project More Than This (Short Theatre has been a partner since 2018) and that will come to an end this year: the Displacement of Festival. Part of Short Theatre 2020 is the result of the…

  • Conversation #1: Fabrizio Arcuri, Piersandra Di Matteo, Francesca Corona, Attilio Scarpellini

    06 August 2020 Short Theatre’s fifteenth edition gave rise to a desire to collect various overviews of the festival, spread as it is over the time and space of the city. The result was a four-person conversation, the first step towards re-constructing an archive of Short Theater, itself a living and multifaceted body, constantly moving…

  • For a much loved black Athena

    by Nina Ferrante and Francesca De Rosa Nina Ferrante is a trans-feminist queer southern Italian scholar and activist, she deals with anglophone world cultural studies and postcolonial and feminist epistemology. Francesca De Rosa teacher, researcher e author, she deals with visual studies and construction of alterity in the Portuguese speaking ex African colonies. FACT July…

  • Leaflet WeGil

    Part of Short Theatre 2019 took place for the first time at WeGil, a historical building in Trastevere. Open again to the public by Regione Lazio, the 1937 monument preserves some imposing signs of our fascist and colonial past. A new chance that triggers some essential questions: what is the responsibility of a cultural practice…