Fortebraccio Teatro


10€; 7€ (under30 - over60)


11th September | 7 pm
La Pelanda – Teatro 2

The last production of Fortebraccio Teatro explore the meta-theatre of Six Characters in Search of an Author by Pirandello resulting in a performance that arrives as far off as the Gravediggers in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. A lone actor on stage, PierGiuseppe di Tanno, as if he were the seventh of the Six Characters in Search of an Author, confined to the words of the text and abandoned to them.

The reclaiming, the urgency, along with the resistance to staging, are the conditions under which Fortebraccio Teatro wants to work. As much as it tries to fix things, contain them, there is the knowledge of the delicacy of so little, of nothing at all.

This is what interests them.

Fortebraccio is a company that has been recognised by the Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo since 1999. Focused on contemporary experimentation, the re-appropriation of classic texts and the research of original theatrical writing, the group centres around the collaboration of Roberto Latini, Gianluca Misti e Max Mugnai.

Roberto Latini is an actor, writer and director. He studied in Rome at the Mulino di Fiora, Studio di Recitazione e di Ricerca teatrale, where he graduated in 1992. Director of the Teatro San Martino in Bologna since 2007, he is the founder of the company Fortebraccio Teatro. He won the Ubu Prize 2017 as Best Actor in the play Cantico dei Cantici.

Gianluca Misti is a musician and composer; he works both in the cinema and the theatre. In 2015, he won the special prize Telesio D’Argento at the Festival “La Primavera del Cinema Italiano” for the soundtrack of the film by E. Leo, Noi e la Giulia. He won the Ubu Prize in 2017 for Best Sound-Track or Original Music for the play Cantico dei Cantici.

Max Mugnai started working in the theatre in 1991. He has collaborated with various dance and theatre companies in Italy, including Le Belle Bandiere, Sistemi Dinamici Altamente Instabili, Diablogues, Farneto Teatro. He designed the lights for L’Onorevole (2015) and Assassina (2017) directed by Enzo Vetrano and Stefano Randisi.

dramaturgy and direction Roberto Latini
music and sound Gianluca Misiti
lights e technical direction Max Mugnai
director’s assistent Alessandro Porcu
technical advice Luca Baldini
technical collaboration Daria Grispino
with PierGiuseppe Di Tanno
production Fortebraccio Teatro
with the support of Armunia Festival Costa degli Etruschi
with the contribution of MiBACT, Regione Emilia-Romagna