Can a woman affirm the right to be herself without being encapsulated in the opposing myths of victim or heroin? The character of Women against, the review for the musical Maggio proposed by "Reading to not forget", aims to identify reflections and existential paths of a group of women.
Women who have made their personal experiences the basis of the re-appropriation of a self-awareness understood as care of life and reconstruction of memory.
Their reflection rejects the historical removal of these experiences of the human, judged unpresentable by codified knowledge and by the vision of the male world: these women are not against the archetype of Antigone but rather investigate the human aspect of the superhuman gesture, they represent the look which seeks to retain in its life that "being for death" which has exalted entire generations of romantics and idealists, but which has neglected in the historical evolution of the myth, the daily life of small and large existential choices. The review offers the framework of this identity journey. Discover the daily life of the anonymous protagonists of the battle against the repression of a totalitarian regime (Carmen Lasorella Verde saffron. Out loud for Burma); tells the reasoned autobiography of an identity passage (Vladimir Luxuria Who's afraid of Muccassassina? My disco world and vice versa) in which the affirmation of a choice of life takes on vitality and irony as a fundamental turning tool for freedom and civil commitment. It examines the reflection on death no longer as an arduous task to be left to poets and mystics but as a possible recomposition (Rossana Rossanda and Emanuela Fraire La Perdita by Lea Melandri), the loss of loved ones but also the loss of meaning linked to political disorientation, a life in which investment in the future diminishes but in which the meaning linked to the present can become very strong. Identify in the discovery of a relationship with the other, based on the specific respect of differences, the path of wisdom and love as a reconciliation between "walking on the earth" and the abstraction of rational construction (Luce Irigaray La via dell'amore) tells the moving and epic life of four generations of women in rural Albania of the last century (Anilda Ibrahimi Rosso as a bride) in a journey of identity between great historical events and the individual life, now tragic, now comic, of women in flesh and bones. Each testifies to a different way of existing, a way of breaking the mold by giving space and voice to hope, to the desire for redemption. An absolute confidence in the future and the awareness that Women smile against life, face it openly and are ironic, intelligent, courageous ... with a single charisma: moving forward towards a future, that dream better towards themselves and their children . Because women in the end are always women for ...
Tuesday and Friday from 6 to 27 May hours 18.00 Piccolo Teatro and Bar of the Teatro Comunale