Ascanio Celestini presents his new national premiere show at the Sala Sinopoli of the Auditorium Parco della Musica, as part of the Romaeuropa Festival.
The Roman actor, director and theatrical author, considered one of the most important representatives of the new narrative theatre, in his latest work investigates the figure of Pierpaolo Pasolini, a few months after the beginning of the celebrations for the centenary of the birth of the great poet and Friulian writer.
Pasolini Museum is a utopian place imagined through the testimonies of a historian, a psychoanalyst, a writer, a reader, a criminologist and a witness who knew it. Celestini's idea is to give us back the figure of the writer by structuring a hypothetical museum and wondering which tangible and intangible objects we could exhibit there, considering that Pasolini, in his work, told about all the enormous changes that have taken place in our country in the long term going from the end of fascism to the mid-70s.
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