World Capital of the Commedia dell'Arte Day
Associazione Culturale Luoghi dell’Arte di Roma
viale di villa Pamphili 115
in collaboration with:
Giornata Mondiale della Commedia dell’Arte nell'area Asia Pacific/Sud Est Asiatico
dedicata ai Maestri mascherai Giancarlo Santelli e Franco Leita
(Provisional)see the program of February 24
see the program of February 25
KUALA LUMPUR (MALAYSIA)Patrocinio Ambasciata d'Italia
CONVERSAZIONE SULLA PRESENZA DELLA COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE IN MALESIALim Soon Heng
KLSP's co-founder and chief producer, Soon Heng has been on stage a long time, with more than 70 productions under his belt.
Lim Kien Lee
Co-founder, producer, director, and actor, Kien Lee resigned from his office job in November of 2014 to focus on building the KL Shakespeare Players. A self-made actor, he learned all he knows through workshops, experience, and self-driven research.
CONVERSAZIONE SULLA FORMA DI TEATRO/COMMEDIA MALESE “BANGSAWAN”Joe Asham and Datuk Faridah Merican
They are the co-founder of the Actors Studio, the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, and the Performing Arts Centre of Penang.
YANGON (MYANMAR)Patrocinio Ambasciata d'Italia
CALCUTTA (INDIA)Patrocinio Consolato d'ItaliaGhambhira is more than a hundred and fifty years old and is an unique song and dance form which is used to be traditionally presented during the annual Shiva festival in Malda, known as tha Gambhira utsav. Gambhira art is an invocation to Lord Shiva. The word “gambhir” is said to stand for Shiva and “ra” is for prayer. It’s a folk art form which has emerged from the people and presents themes of social inequality, economic imbalance and exploitation in a satirical and critical manner. A Gambhira performance usually consists of five parts: bandana (invocation to Lord Shiva), dwaita (duet), charyaari, palabandi gaan (taunting or provocation), khabar (reporting).
NEW DELHI (INDIA)
CONVERSAZIONE SULL'ESPERIENZA DI UN'ATTRICE ITALIANA DI COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE IN INDIA.Luciana Codispoti, attrice de i "Luoghi dell'Arte" di Roma.
Luciana ha oltre trent'anni di esperienza di Commedia dell'Arte, con spettacoli realizzati in tutto il mondo e, in particolare in Asia, in cui ha recitato nel suo tipico originale modo i ruoli comici della commedia, sia di Serva che di Innamorata.
NAPA (National Academy of Performing Arts) KarachiThe National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) is Pakistan's foremost performing arts institution, presenting world-class theatre and music programmes and the country's only conservatoire educating students in theatre arts and music.
SINGAPOREPatrocinio Ambasciata d'Italia
CONVERSAZIONE SULLA PRESENZA DELLA COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE A SINGAPORERoger Jenkins
Director Federation of Asian Storytellers
Roger has two great pleasures in life: telling stories and acting in Masks. He partnered the late Christina Sergeant in performing as Phizzog Mask Theatre and has worked frequently and joyfully with Marco Luly since 1993 performing in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Italy and a ship south-west of Bora Bora!
LA SERVA PADRONA DI PERGOLESI A SINGAPORESabrina Candeloro Zuber
Sabrina Candeloro Zuber is the founder and director of the non-profit company Bellepoque. She is a very active performer of the Singapore scene, where she regularly performs as vocalist (she is a classically trained soprano) comedian and as movement artist.
CONVERSAZIONE SUL TEATRO-DANZA BALINESE TOPENG ED ESPERIENZE DI COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE A BALICarmencita Palermo
Il teatro danza balinese è conosciuto tra i teatranti Europei grazie agli scritti di Artaud che hanno ispirato registi e attori del XX secolo. Oggi l'idea di Bali non è solo un'idea esotica, ma una realtà raggiungibile - da qui il pellegrinaggio teatrale verso Bali. Il pellegrinaggio di Carmencita è andato oltre ad alcuni mesi di training e nella sua dimostrazione spettacolo condivide i risultati di più di 25 anni di studio della cultura balinese. Con il suo racconto condivide ciò che ha imparato dai suoi maestri sul contesto rituale della maschera dell'unica isola induista dell'arcipelago indonesiano che, attraverso il respiro, rendono il corpo-maschera offerta.
Carmencita Palermo è ricercatrice, performer, organizzatrice e regista di teatro di comunità con un dottorato di ricerca presso l'Università della Tasmania-Australia sul teatro-danza balinese con maschere Topeng. I suoi studi sul campo sulla cultura e teatro Balinese iniziarono nei primi anni '90 quando ha frequentato l'Istituto delle Arti Indonesiane di Denpasar ed è diventata allieva dei maestri I Ketut Kantor, I Made Sija, I Nyoman Cerita, I Ketut Kodi. La sua ricerca e la sua pratica teatrale esplorano le dinamiche di interazione tra corpo, maschera, musica, ambiente e pubblico in differenti contesti culturali.
Ha pubblicato i suoi studi sullo spettacolo e la politica culturale balinese, sull'incorporazione della maschera e sul teatro interculturale come capitoli in volumi editi e in riviste accademiche di valore internazionale come Asian Theatre Journal, Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, Indonesia and the Malay World. In Italia conduce progetti e insegna presso l'Università’ degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale".
Il corpo della Maschera nel Topeng Balinese
Questo video documenta un momento della ricerca sul campo a Bali condotta da Carmencita Palermo. La conversazione tra la ricercatrice e il danzatore-attore I Ketut Kodi rivela i principi della vita della maschera nel Topeng, una forma di teatro danza con maschere in uso nelle cerimonie dell'induismo balinese, ma anche come intrattenimento per eventi sociali.
THAILANDPatrocinio Ambasciata d'Italia
CONVERSAZIONE SULLE MASCHERE "PHI TA KHON" DEL NORD TAILANDIA: SUPERSTIZIONE E MAGIARomeo Orlandi
Romeo Orlandi is the president of Osservatorio Asia, a non-profit institution. Osservatorio Asia is a think-tank based in Italy and established in 2004. Its main activities are: organization of international conferences, book publishing, researches, training courses. Its objective is to promote the development and spread of knowledge about Asia to key people in Italian business, governement and academia. Romeo Orlandi is an economist, sinologist, scholar on Asia and globalization. He works as University professor, lecturer, author, essayist, researcher, manager, strategic consultant. He also is a keynote speaker at international conferences (China, UE Bruxelles, USA, Brazil, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland).
Phi Ta Khon mask festival
Phi Ta Khon, also known as the Ghost Festival, is held in Dan Sai, Loei province, Isan, North Thailand. The events take place over three days sometime between March and July, the dates being selected annually by the town’s mediums. The origins of this festival are traditionally ascribed to a story of the Vessantara Jataka in which the Buddha, in one of his past lives as a prince, made a long journey and was presumed dead. The celebrations on his return were so raucous as to wake the dead.
CONVERSAZIONE SULLA PRESENZA DELLA COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE IN AUSTRALIATony Kishawi
Commedia dell'Arte aficionado Tony Kishawi is the number one expert of Commedia dell'Arte in the Southern Hemisphere. He is creating an On Line video training platform that will allow Drama Teachers within Australia and (hopefully) the rest of the world. A collection of theatre practitioners that are able to share their teaching methodologies via online video and video streaming technologies.
ASIA PACIFIC REGIONA Book about "Commedia dell’Arte in the Asia Pacific Region"
Co-Editors Dr Corinna Di Niro (Australia) and Dr Olly Crick (UK) talk about the book they are currently working on: Commedia in the Asia-Pacific
CONVERSAZIONE SULLA PRESENZA DELLA COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE NELL'AREA ASIA-PACIFICOlly Crick
Olly Crick currently works as a freelance educator and teacher, mainly in the field of Commedia dell'Arte. Commedia dell'Arte usually confines itself to western romance languages and euro-centric gesture codes. What happens when Commedia and its practitioners set up shop in the Asia-pacific region? Working in partnership with Australian Dr Corinna di Niro, Olly Crick is currently editing a book that details precisely this: how commedia has fared, this century, in Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Bali and Thailand. Adapting to local circumstances and yet keeping its distinctive features, it appears in various forms: as a hybrid, as barter, as cross-cultural performance, as well as a way of introducing the 'east' to the fundamentals of western theatre history and practice.
Corinna Di Niro
Corinna Di Niro is a teacher, theatre maker and performer. In 2016, Corinna completed her PhD in Commedia dell'Arte for a 21st century Australian context and has published on Commedia, and women/mothers/casuals in Academia. Since 2005, Corinna has run her own theatre company, Stage Secrets, in Adelaide, Australia and in 2019 she became a TEDx speaker for her innovation in virtual reality in theatre.
The Commedia dell'Arte Day take place each year in a different city and with a different local organizer. A SAT task group is in charge of prepare the celebration program and the location within the local organizer.