Music Arnold Schoenberg
Text Otto Erich Hartleben from the original poems by Albert Giraud

concept and staging
Controluce Teatro d'Ombre
staging colaboration Rosa Mogliasso
Original silhouettes Cora De Maria

With Cora De Maria, Alberto Jona
Jenaro Meléndrez Chas, Marco Intraia

Trio Debussy-Controluce Teatro d'Ombre (2008)
Alessandro Maria Carnelli-Controluce Teatro d'Ombre (2018)

                                    live music performance

Premiere, 31st may 2008, at Pinerolo, Festival Tra Futuro e Passato, with Trio Debussy
Debut new version, 10th March 2018, at Arona, Festival Primavera in Musica with Ensemble "Progetto Pierrot" directed by Alessandro Maria Carnelli

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villes30E11Les Villes invisibles (Invisible cities)
From "Le Città invisibili" di Italo Calvino

Concept Controluce Teatro d’Ombre,
Francesco Biamonte, Antonio Albanese
Staging Controluce Teatro d'Ombre

Original silhouettes Cora Demaria
Light design Simona Gallo
Costumes Sita Sing

Direction Alberto Jona

Music by Britten, Modugno/Pasolini, Reich, Oswald von Wolkenstein, Paganini and others

On stage:  Lisa Tatin e Francesco Biamonte, acting and singing,
Antonio Albanese guitars, Jenaro Meléndrez Chas shadows

Production Papageno.Corp, L’Echandole Yverdon, L’Oriental Vevey, Casino Théâtre de Rolle

In the light of a candle, Marco Polo tells the Tartar Emperor the wonderful cities he has seen. They are impossible towns, metaphysical constructions. The stories become philosophical and enigmatic images. Each town is surprising and asks us what we are. An immaterial theater arises from mobile screens and shadows that illustrate the cities. It is the privilege of shadows to make cities "visible" for a moment without revealing them. The Court Musician dress with music the stories narrated by Marco, who sings songs from yesterday and today, in many languages. It is a journey through space and time, in the universality of singing accompanied by guitar. The Emperor does not appear. He is the one to whom the story is dedicated. He could be among the audience. He could be the public...

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DRACULA RockShadowOpera

Project, staging and direction
CONTROLUCE Teatro d'Ombre:
Cora De Maria, Alberto Jona, Jenaro Meléndrez Chas

Original silhouettes Cora De Maria

Music and original songs PERTURBAZIONE:
Tommaso Cerasuolo, Cristiano Lo Mele,
Rossano Lo Mele, Alex Baracco

Dramaturgy Rosa Mogliasso

Scenography Alice Delorenzi    Costumes Sita Singh    Light designer Simona Gallo

On stage Perturbazione and Celeste Gugliandolo, with the actors-puppeteers Elena Campanella, Alice De Bacco and Marco Intraia

production and distribution Fondazione Teatro Ragazzi e Giovani

Mixing past and present, contemporary and myth, the show is an imaginative pop-rock dive into the worlds of shadow with an eye to cinema and music. How is nowadays Dracula, how has he reinvented himself? Does he move in the sunlight? The words of Rosa Mogliasso, the music of PERTURBAZIONE and the shadows of CONTROLUCE Teatro d'Ombre investigate the mystery of the character who with his fatal bite passes through the centuries, in literature and cinema.

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project, dramaturgy, staging and direction
Controluce Teatro d’Ombre
Cora De Maria, Alberto Jona,
Jenaro Meléndrez Chas

music Giacomo Puccini
musical arrangements Andrea Chenna
text Rosa Mogliasso
choreografy Antonella Usai and Marco Intraia
light Design Simona Gallo Costumes Sita and Rosa Singh Original silhouettes Cora De Maria
off voice Eliana Cantone

Paralyzed by the needles like a butterfly on a showcase, Giacomo Puccini lies on his final bed in Bruxelles. A blazing, cherry blossom voice looms over the mysterious shadows that are disturbing his sleepless nights. That’s the starting of Controluce’s new show that makes little Butterfly the hugest heroine in the opera repertoire...

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