|World premiere:||2020, 90’|
|Translation and directing:||Jacopo Gassmann|
|With:||Sara Bertelà, Michele Di Mauro, Giuseppe Sartori|
|Production:||TPE – Teatro Piemonte Europa, Centro Teatrale Bresciano, Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria|
|Note:||rights to the work Nothing of me by Arne Lygre were granted by Zachar International, Milan|
|Note:||as previously noted, due to the general rescaling of theatrical activities, the performance will be presented in study form|
Jacopo Gassmann - Niente di me (uno studio)
An empty space. A woman and a man younger than her. Arne Lygre’s text opens with a stark scene. They are there, these two, alone, both aloof from a past they delude themselves into thinking they can negate. A limbo suspended between what has happened and what will happen. What might be. Everything that the man and woman name takes shape sooner or later: a table, a sofa, a room with a view, a simple desire to go to the seaside. It is not easy to distinguish between what is really happening and what is just storytelling. Like in a dream, words leave traces on the stage before disappearing. But soon this loving idyll is destroyed. And the past reappears, obliging them to face up to their wounds.