by and with Catia Allegretti, Stefano Ascari, Serena Balivo, Valeria Bassi, Davide Bozzoli, Nicolò Facchini, Gloria Fioroni, Giorgia Grossi, Giacomo Guerzoni, Margherita Leoni, Luigi Marino, Luca Martinelli, Lucia Paolini, Elena Pederzoli
and with Coro delle Mondine di Novi di Modena Lidia Ascari, Deanna Bertoni, Gabriella Braioni, Vivilde Cavaletti, Lidia Cavazzoni, Manuela Cavazzoni, Annarosa Cesaretti, Delmina Cesaretti, Rosella De Faveri, Catia Fiori, Agnes Kergan Mc Williams, Annunciata Lavagnini, Silva Manicardi, Cesarina Mantovani, Assunta Palermo, Adriana Paltrinieri, Margherita Paltrinieri, Nadia Patelli, Margherita Pizzano, Manuela Rossi, Renata Sala
directed by M° Giulia Contri
laboratory conduction Mariano Dammacco, Serena Balivo
ideation, dramaturgy and direction Mariano Dammacco
promoted by Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione and by Regione Emilia-Romagna in collaboration with Comune di Novi di Modena in the field of the project “Scena Solidale” with the support of Alleanza delle Cooperative Italiane, AGCI Emilia Romagna, Confcooperative, Legacoop, CGIL, CISL, UIL
Running time 1h
After Autoritratto, Mariano Dammacco comes back to VIE with Il giorno perfetto, the outcome of the workshop L’Emilia sulla luna/ Secondo passo that has involved over fifteen citizens of Novi di Modena and Rovereto sul Secchia. Conducted by Piccola Compagnia Dammacco, founded in 2009 by the 20-year experienced author, actor, director and teacher Mariano Dammacco, the workshop L’Emilia sulla luna/ Secondo passo is in continuity with the result of the first workshop, L’Emilia sulla luna started in 2013 within the project “Qui c’era casa mia” realized in collaboration with the city of Novi di Modena under the project “Scena Solidale” . Once again the citizens of Novi and Rovereto faced with the principles and the basic techniques of the actor’s work, trying to pay a new attention to their body, breath, voice and gestures. All the participants have created, meeting after meeting, a small patrimony of shared knowledge related to the theatrical language. This knowledge and these assets merge into Il giorno perfetto: the actors perform true stories about themselves, through the narration and the translation into action of special moments of their lives.
Piccola Compagnia Dammacco
Piccola Compagnia Dammacco was founded in 2009, it is based in Modena and carries out its activity around the theatrical path of Mariano Dammacco, actor, author, director and pedagogue for 20 years. The first step of the company was the work of re-staging of some performances from Dammacco’s repertoire.
In 2012 the company staged L’ultima note di Antonio, the first performance entirely born within the shared project, whose dramaturgy won the 2012 national Prize of contemporary dramaturgy Il centro del discorso.
In 2014 they work on the performance L’inferno e la fanciulla, whose first study was awarded with the 2011 Premio Nazionale Giovani Realtà del Teatro. Beyond the show production, Piccola Compagnia Dammacco runs many theatre workshops.