Terra Mia

December 13 - December 16, 2018


Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)

Thursday at 9PM; Friday and Saturday at 7PM; Sunday at 3PM

$25 Adults; $20 Students/Seniors

World Premiere
By Ondadurto Teatro 
Directed by Marco Paciotti

To what extent does what we really are identify us and how much, on the contrary, does it categorise us? Terra Mia, a multimedia piece by Rome’s Ondadurto Theatre, takes an irreverent look at the exodus of a prospective human race seeking a future elsewhere. Spectators re-evaluate their knowledge of humanity through the eyes of an android who learns about the personal daily lives of various characters using video, music, and innovative scenography.

Creative Team

Directed by Marco Paciotti
from an original idea by ONDADURTO TEATRO

Video excerpts from the film “NORMAL” by Adele Tulli / produced by Film Affair
Photographic images from the “Martiri” [Martyrs] by Stefano Moscardini

Machinery: Lorenzo Pasquali and Massimo Carsetti
Construction of machinery: Dario Vandelli
Costume Design: K.B. Project
Light Design: Roberto Mazzaro
International Consultancy: Ute Classen Kulturmanagement – GERMANY

Teatro Vascello – Repertory Theatre of Innovation, Rome (IT)

About the Artists

Ondadurto Teatro is a theatre company that was founded in 2005, based in Rome.

It is led by Marco Paciotti and Lorenzo Pasquali and has grown thanks to the joint efforts of those who have participated over the years in the company’s projects.

The research and the work of ONDADURTO TEATRO have always been focused on Physical Theatre, the Nouveau Cirque and Gesture Theatre. The different techniques and modes of expression create a high-impact visual language, which is capable of creating a dialogue with people of all ages, ethnicities and cultures and of reaching an international audience.

Performances include the combined use of machinery, large moving objects, pyrotechnics, water effects, music (recorded and live) and video projections. Find out more at www.ondadurtoteatro.it

ONDADURTO TEATRO is supported by MiBAC – Italian Ministry of Culture – FOREIGN SECTION