Panorama Roma, project cured by Fabrizio Arcuri, grew from the fabric of Short Theatre and brought together other Roman organisations. It refers to a co-creative zone of research and reflection that caters to the needs of Rome’s artistic community in which they are invited to share facets of their creative journey and modus operandi.
This year Panorama Roma looks out for a wider view on Roman cultural production, researching new models of artistic process and the confluences that can feed into them; all of this through the overlapping with Fabulamundi Playwriting Europe project. The artists and companies chosen to take part this year will work on international texts selected over these three years which are as yet unpublished in Italy, setting up Short Theatre’s run as a kind of creative construction site visible to the public. La Pelanda will in fact host a series of open rehearsals, where the various companies take turns working on their commissioned texts, giving an audience the ability to witness artistic process give life to its creation at first hand – magmatic, chaotic, in the flesh!
Once again Panorama Roma is the place to confront one’s way of working with practitioners from across the city’s artistic community, multiplying the possibilities of exchanges with the external world and specifically highlighting one of the many aspects of creativity that has run through all previous editions: dramaturgy.