9 September | 7 pm
10 September | 8.30 pm
La Pelanda – Teatro 1


12€ / 8€ concession + booking fee

Eva Geatti

La Vaga Grazia

Mount Analogue, an unfinished novel by René Daumal, apparently is the only novel in world literature to end in a comma. It recounts a journey to an incredible destination that is interrupted when the mountaineers see the first camp base and have a glimpse of their actual spiritual path. The end of their research remains a mystery and that’s where Eva Geatti starts her experiment: she continues the writing process to re-create the leap Daumal decided to take into the infinitesimal, the desire to travel, the search for oneself in the attempt to change things radically and understand chief systems.
La Vaga grazia (The Vague Grace) is the result of a two-year study carried on with five actors aged between 20 and 30, with the aim of revealing the special intimacy between bodies and minds that face a common challenge. The work on a peculiar form of freedom provides a glimpse of the plausible. The epic of gestures is not earthly, it has no heroes neither a recognisable narrative. It’s an allegory, the manifestation of something that is more than material. This way of acting on stage is deeply related to the live music by Dario Moroldo: a concert for synthesizers inspired to the late 50ies’ experiments and early avant-garde electro music.

Eva Geatti is also part of RECIPROCITY, a section of Short Theatre, with the workshop La geografia delle budella aimed at people up to 30 years of age, in the frame of Fabulamundi Playwriting Europe New Voices.


Eva Geatti was born in San Daniele del Friuli in 1981 and currently lives in Bologna. She studied Art and now deals with drawing, performances and creations. In 2003 she founded the theatre company Cosmesi with Nicola Toffolini and over the years she worked with research-focused companies as Masque Teatro, Motus, Ateliersi, Teatrino Clandestino. She played the accordion on the roof of Angelo Mai in Rome, she taught Directing at the Fine Arts Academy of Bologna, she pirouetted for Jérome Bel at Venice Biennale, she had two personal exhibitions, held theatre workshops not only in schools, published her poems, organized a workshop with Moroldo about trap music and the Russian novel, was part of the music project DonnaCirco. She is associate artist of Spazio Kor (Asti) for the next two years.

Dario Moroldo is a composer and musician. He graduated from the Fine Arts Academy of Bologna in 2003 and then founded the band Amari with Davide Piva and Francesco Ceravolo, acclaimed at a national and international level by both critics and audiences. In 2007 ho moved to Milan where he started working in the music editorial department of MTV Italia and had the chance to explore the independent scene and collaborate with other artists as a Sony Music Italia artistic producer and Sony Publishing ATV author/composer. He composed the soundtrack for The Good Life, Niccolò Ammaniti’s debut documentary, the theme for The Tv Series Festival curated by Marina Pierri and Giorgio Viaro, the original soundtrack for the comedies directed by Francesco Mandelli Bene ma non benissimo (prod. Viva Production, 2019), Appena un minuto (prod. Lotus Film e Rai Cinema, 2019). In 2020 he signed the soundtrack to Stefano Giacomazzi’s documentary Pozzis. Samarcanda.

by Eva Geatti
with Adriana Bardi, Andrea Beghetto, Carolina Bisioli, Roberto Leandro Pau, Patrick Platolino
sounds Dario Moroldo
care and promotion Irene Rossini
production Cosmesi with Corniolo Art Platform and Masque Teatro – Teatro Felix Guattari
sustained by Spazio Kor, Centrale Fies, residenze Hummus-Ekodanza Paleotto11, Damatrà, Fivizzano 27, Murate Art District-Muse
in collaboration with Motus Vague
thanks to Debora Ercoli, Nicola Toffolini, Mattia Giacchetto, Maria Pecchioli, Emilia Verginelli, Chiara Bersani e Giulia Traversi, Fabiana Sacco, Viola Lo Moro, Ornella Luppi and everyone loves us.

in the frame of the project Insieme Siamo Arte 2023 realised by Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale and ATCL
realised with funds from Otto per Mille della Chiesa Valdese

ph. Elena Liscio