LUCCA, April 7 – Authors, actors and comedians of Boris and Zelig: the “Teatro dei perché” is back with its questions, organised by the Banca del Monte di Lucca Foundation within the programme of the Festival of Volunteers of the National Centre of Volunteers, in collaboration with the Teatro del Giglio and the technical sponsorship of the Hotel Universo.
Valerio Aprea (author of the Italian TV show Boris, produced by Wilder for Fox International Channels Italy), Carlo De Ruggieri (Lorenzo in “Boris” and starring with Serena Dandini in “The show must go off”) and Antonio D’Ausilio (Silvia in Serena Dandini’s “Ottavo Nano”) are the protagonists of this third edition of the Festival created by Anna Benedetto, with artistic direction provided by the actress and director Cristina Puccinelli.
The three performances featuring free admission will be held on April 16, 17 and 19 at 9:00 PM, in the auditorium of the Foundation (Piazza San Martino 7, Lucca), during the Festival that will transform the city into the capital of Italian volunteers.
Here is the 2015 programme.
Thursday, April 16, in the auditorium of the Banca del Monte di Lucca Foundation, the Teatro dei Perché opens the 2015 programme with “Gola e altri pezzi brevi” by Mattia Torre, with Valerio Aprea accompanied by guitarist Matteo Landucci.
Friday, April 17, in the auditorium of the Banca del Monte di Lucca Foundation, the production titled “Stare Meglio Oggi” written and directed by Giacomo Ciarrapico, with Carlo De Ruggieri.
Sunday, April 19, also in the auditorium of the Banca del Monte di Lucca Foundation, closing the programme and the Festival of Volunteers, Antonio D’Ausilio in “Siamo in o fuori casa?”.