The author and interpreter of L’après-midi d’un foehn meet her public. Conduction: Cira Santoro (Teatro Comunale Laura Betti di Casalecchio di Reno). The event is part of Gender Bender Festival.
Who said that pink is “for girls” and blue is “for boys”? Is the sky masculine or feminine? Is water masculine or feminine? A thunderstorm, the stars, the trees?
First meeting of the introductory level for teachers and educator. A comparison of the meaning and usefulness of the definitions of male and female.
Second meeting of the introductory educational pathway. What are the keywords for an education to the difference?
Third meeting of the introductory level. An encounter to talk about the impact of the models and stereotypes about male and female behavior.
First meeting of the advanced level for, to begin the construction of shared teaching materials on cultural patterns.
Diego keeps pretending and slowly realizes that he doesn’t know who he is, what he wants from himself and from life. He feels that what he does, what he says, is just an acted normality in order to satisfy those who around him.
Last follow-up meeting for teachers and educators within "Difference and Indifference – A short trip ‘sui generis’".
The performance is inspired by real life events in 2008, where 18 underage girls in an English high school all became pregnant at the same time, with the intention of bringing them up in a sort of female commune.
Tony and Luca love each other, they are a couple and are a happy family. And they want to have children. So they decide. They fly to Canada, and just like the first single father of history and all stories Geppetto, Matteo, their son, comes to life.