Teatro Trianon Viviani

Adagio Napoletano – Love song

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Teatro Trianon Viviani

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Trianon Viviani Theatre presents

Ciro Capano, Susy Sebastiano, Francesco Malapena and the extraordinary participation of Gigio Morra in

Adagio Napoletano – Cantata d’ammore (Love song)

musical of classical Neapolitan songs by Bruno Garofalo

collaboration to the texts Karima Campanelli and Raffaele Esposito

with (in order of appearance) Laura Lazzari, Matteo Mauriello, Salvatore Meola, Gennaro Monti, Nadia Pepe, Fernanda Pinto

costumes Mariagrazia Nicotra

arrangements Tonino Esposito

choreographic movements Enzo Castaldo

videoscenographic images Claudio Garofalo

direction and musical reworkings Pino Perris

lighting design Gianluca Sacco

sound Daniele Chessa

orchestra (in o.a.)
Gaetano Campagnoli clarinet and soprano sax
Ciro Cascino keyboards
Gennaro Desiderio violin
Luigi Fiscale drums
Gaetano Carmine Marigliano flute and piccolo
Stefano Minale trumpet and flugelhorn
Pino Perris piano
Luigi Sigillo double bass
Claudio Romano guitar and mandolin
Alessandro Tedesco trombone

with the collaboration of the Essenza Danza school

directed by Emanuela Ritondale and Raffaele Speranza

ballet (in o.a.) Federica Avallone, Priscilla Avolio, Andrea Cosentino, Martina Del Piano, Alex Di Francesco, Olimpia Graziosi, Carmine Rullo

maestro collaborator Ciro Cascino
assistant director Gennaro Monti
assistant choreographer Carmine Rullo
assistant costumes Rosa Perillo
production manager Luciano Quagliozzi
stage manager Costantino Petrone
seamstress Sara Massari Susy Massari
make-up and hairstyles Ciro Florio
sound engineer Stefano Cammarota
stagehand Gabriel Quagliozzi
set photographer Pino Miraglia
scenery and props Scenografie Imparato & Figli
costumes Ctn75 di Vincenzo Canzanella
lights, video and audio Emmedue
administration Daniela Riccio
press and communication office Paolo Animato
graphics arkè
web services Lenus Media agency
scenes and direction by Bruno Garofalo

Premiere

Presentation

A rich cast of actors, singers, dancers and musicians for the musical produced by the Trianon Viviani, which will be the main repertory title of the Neapolitan Song Theatre.
Adagio Napoletano is a journey through the Neapolitan melodies of the 20th century, a succession of single and independent scenes between various seasons and emotions in a scenario that is highly evocative of the atmospheres, places and images that make up the aesthetic component of the City.
“In this show – the author and director Bruno Garofalo said – there is no common thread or temporal sequences: the performers and the characters in twentieth-century costumes evoke some canonical references of our infinite “collections” of melodies. Some immortalized in the 20th century, others recovered and unpublished in this context, but always representing a substantial importance for our discourse that ranges from philological restoration to pure spectacle”.

shows

  • Friday, 2 February 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, 26 February 9 p.m.
  • Sunday, 27 February 6 p.m.
  • Friday, 11 March 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, 12 March 9 p.m.
  • Sunday, 13 March 6 p.m.
  • Friday, 22 April 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, 23 April 9 p.m.
  • Sunday, 24 April 6 p.m.
  • Friday, 27 May 9 p.m.
  • Saturday, 28 May 9 p.m.
  • Sunday, 29 May 6 p.m.

tickets and reservations

Marcello Borsa
Salvatore Rotello
🕽 +39 081 0128663
🖂 boxoffice@teatrotrianon.org