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  •  Barbara Berti 
  •  Riccardo Buscarini 
  •  Compagnia Factory 
  •  Nicola Galli 
  •  Igor and Moreno 
  •  Manfredi Perego 
  •  Maurizio Saiu 
  • CINDERELLA, 2012

    Playwright and direction: Tonio De Nitto
    With: Mariliana Bergamo, Antonio Miccoli, Francesca Nuzzo, Serena Rollo, Fabio Tinella
    Costume design: Lapi Lou
    Set design: Piero Andrea Pati
    Light design: Davide Arsenio
    Choreography: Annamaria De Filippi
    Suggested age: from 5 years up
    Production: Factory Compagnia Transadriatica, Compagnia Elektra, Tir Danza
    Special thanks to Paola Leone.
    Thanks to Dansystem, Induma teatro and students from Know 2011, Manifatture Knos, Terrammare and Teatri Abitati - Teatro Comunale di Nardò, Serena Perrone, Paola Tripoli, Francesco Gianfreda, Annamaria De Filippi's Dance Lab.

    At the time of our story, Cinderella lived, orphaned, confined as a servant in her own house for her new step-mother and her clumsy and big bottomed sisters.
    At the time of our story there was also a prince, shy and awkward, who had never left the kingdom and to let him marry, the ruler arranged a party, a dance, or rather two, maybe three. At the time of our story, everything was pretty much like it is today.
    Envy and jealousy within the family, but also a world, which soon may reveal itself to be different from how it should be, a world where unscrupulous mothers are willing to do anything to "grab" everything you can and that which can not be achieved by manipulating her daughters as puppets to achieve their ends. A world of educated daughters, spoilt and unable to understand and accept not only one-another but also those who are foreign ... like their younger sister, who lives in their own home, without clumsy feet, light and soft as a feather.
    This is the story of an encounter, of a redemption, of finding oneself, of comprehension even with a language, that of dance, made up of words - which in order to be said, do not need a voice.

    The show was created when theatre company Compagnia Factory met with dance company Elektra, both with the desire to work together on a new adventure that explores a new language for both.