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20 Years of Theater Reportage

23-25 November 2018

Three days full of performances, music and films. Actors, film-makers and musicians are coming directly from the territories of conflict of the middle east to tell.

Concert by
Farqin (Kurdistan)

Programm

Find the fullprogramm down. 

Press Release

Find the Press Release here.

The Catwalk
The international group
Teatro di Nascosto
Dawi ya Dawi
Amed Şehir Tiyatrosu

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New Film by
Ali Kareem
Music by
Mubin Dunen (Turkish Kurdistan)
Camp d'Arby
Tavolo per La Pace

Programm

Friday 23rd November

Official Opening Celebration

18:00

VOLTERRA COUNCIL CASTLE, SALA GIUNTA

Ceremony marrying Italians, Iraqis, Kurds, Palestinians, Dutch, Germans, English

with 20 years of Theatre Reportage 

Featuring Marco Buselli (Mayor of Volterra), Antonio Pasquino (Italian Ambassador to Baghdad), Luisa Morgantini (Former Vice-President of European Parliament), Farazdaq Qasum (Professor of the Arts at the University of Basrah), Annet Henneman and Gianni Calastri (founders of Teatro di Nascosto), International Actors from Teatro di Nascosto

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Saturday 24th November

Short Films – Curated by Ali Kareem

10:00 - 12:00

CENTRAL CINEMA

Films about everyday life in the territories of conflict.

Presented by film directors from those areas.

In collaboration with high schools students from Volterra.

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The Catwalk - Theater Reportage Performance

16:30 - 20:00

LA DOGANA, UNDERGROUND PARKING LOT 

In a Catwalk procession by 23 actors from the international group. We hear the news headlines from Iraq, Kurdistan, Palestine, Syria. Over live music, while actors share intimate stories in the audience. Moments of life, love, pain, loss, dreams, celebration and hope. 

Meet in Priori Square in front of the Council Castle in wedding dress

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Somud u Ahlam - Monologue

21:00 - 22:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Annet Henneman and Fidaa Ataya (Palestine), in Arabic and Italian.

A mother shares stories of dreams and peaceful resistance, in her Bedouin village Jabal Al Baba in Palestine, situated next to an Israeli settlement. The checkpoints, the fear that her little nephew will lose his house, the arrival of the soldiers to remove 12 container homes.

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The Jam Session - Concert

22:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

International Musicians:

Alex Etchart (Uruguay/England), Zaid Ayasa (Palestine)

Mubin Dunen (Turkish Kurdistan), Rocco Bertini (Italia) and others.

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Sunday 25th November

Il Salatto - Donne

10:00 - 13:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Interventions by Palestinian and Kurdish/Iraqi actresses, dedicated to the International Day to End Violence Against Women.

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What is life like without identity?

10:00 - 13:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Campaign raising awareness around Palestinians with no legal identity.

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Il Salatto - Analysis Discussion

10:00 - 13:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Open space for foreign journalists inc. Armanj Zada (Iraqi Kurdistan), Abedo Dola (Palestine), Tammam Qassam (Basrah, Iraq) and Italian journalists.

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Il Salatto - Camp d'Arby

10:00 - 13:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Presentation by Tavolo Per La Pace about a U.S. nuclear base near Pisa

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Il Salatto - La Stazione di Volterra

10:00 - 13:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Architect from Archigraph share pland and photos for Teatro di Nascosto's latest project.

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Evening - Dawi ya Dawi

16:30 - 20:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

 A history of life in Turkish Kurdistan, with actors from the Diarbakir Stable Theatre in Turkish Kurdistan (now closed down, like so many things under president Erdogan).

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Evening - L'Uomo Piccolo Piccolo

16:30 - 20:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

By Gaetano D'Alessandro and Sebastiano Cappiello a comedy where two dialects and two cultures meet, those of the south and the north of Italy.

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Evening - Concerts

16:30 - 20:00

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Kurdish music with Farqin, Azat and Mubin Dunen

Palestinian Italian fusion music by Hudud

The Speaking Darabuka with Zaid Ayasa from West Bank, Palestine

Love and War songs by Nicola Pineschi

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Ongoing Exhibitions 23rd – 25th November

Terra – Installation

ACROSS VOLTERRA

Edited by the Dutch artists Arno Peeters and Iris Honderdos.

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Diyarbakir 1996 – Photo Exhibition

COUNCIL HALL, ATRIUM

Black and white photos of Diyarbakir in Turkish Kurdistan in 1996, by Andrew Berselli.

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Embroidered Palestine – Installation

COUNCIL HALL, ATRIUM

Collection of suits, purses and other objects embroidered with the typical colours and patterns of Palestine by Sufyan Barakat Nima.

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20 Years of Theatre Reportage – Photo Exhibition

TEATRO DI NASCOSTO, SCALA DOCCIOLA

Exhibition featuring custom prints and photo sets covering 20 years of Teatro di Nascosto’s work across many countries.

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Somud u Ahlam
Annet Henneman
Teatro di Nascosto