16 – 25 November 2017 e 12 – 21 December 2017 

In the frame of the three-year National Residency Programme, Villa Nappi will host Francesco Marilungo to work on his new creation “LOVE SOUVENIR”.

Religion is a crucial part of society and culture: the meaning of human life was historically explained in relation to a divine entity.
Every discourse about God even uses a specific language and God’s description always influences human’s description.

When we relate the concept of only one God to the existence of two different biological sex, things get complicated – with God always described with male adjectives, what change is coming in an age where woman are equally relevant?

di e con Francesco Marilungo
direction assistant and voice Francesco Napoli
light designer Gianni Staropoli
coproduction Teatro delle Moire/Danae Festival, Gender Bender Festival, Capotrave/Kilowatt Festival
in the frame of Villa Nappi/Marche Teatro – Progetto Residenze, Centrale Fies/Ambienti per la produzione di performing arts

supported by Next 2017 Lombardy Region 

Francesco Marilungo has studied at Scuola d’Arte Drammatica Paolo Grassi di Milano.
Since 2010, he has worked with Lisa Kraus ed Elena Demyanenko (Trisha Brown Dance Company), Cristina Morganti, Julie Anne Stanzak, Juliana Neves and Quan Bui Ngoc (Les Ballets C de la B), Cristina Rizzo, Masaki Iwana, Gabriela Carrizo (Peeping Tom) and Yasmine Hugonnet.
He was part of Inteatro Festival Academy working Idoia Zabaleta, Geraldine Pilgrim, Iris Karayan and Claudia Dias.
In 2012 he starts a collaboration with Compagnia di Danca Enzo Cosimi and he also appears in two pieces of Compagnia Mara Cassiani.
His own artistic research focus on the relationship between contemporary dance and performance art. His solo Emily is awards at International Dance Out Salicedoro (first place and Armenia prize) and then selected for Anticorpi XL network with Siegfried. Also
Paradise, premiered during Danae Festival 2015, is then selected for Anticorpi XL.
New Horizon, project supported by european network Open Latitudes, was hosted at Danae Festival 2016.

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