In this adaptation of Concita de Gregorio's 'Malamore', Lucrezia Lante della Rovere travels among the faces and sounds of a multiple narrative without losing sight of the sense of a civil tale that speaks to the present without derogations or digressions.
The tale is about ordinary women and famous women capable of living with lightness and determination despite the violence of fathers, husbands, strangers.
On stage with voice, body and soul, their bold and concealed passions and stories come to life. A spectacle that shocks, amuses and makes us reflect, in which Picasso's companion Dora Maar appears, who escaped him thanks to her ability to forgive; Bluebeard's first wife, who survived him by accepting to see the horror, managing to be the only one to overcome it; the Chinese girl who lives with dozens of needles scattered in her body. They all have the enormous talent of resisting pain and transforming it into strength
The event is part of the fourth edition of Non ballo da sola, the event promoted and organised by CUBO and the Unipol Group for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
In collaboration with Cronopios