La Confusione of Arlecchino & His Mates @ Greenwich Park
Sat 24th July 2021 - Sun 1st August 2021
24th July - 1st August @ Greenwich Royal Parks
25th July, 2021 at 13:00PM
25th July, 2021 at 15:00PM
31st July, 2021 at 13:00PM
31st July, 2021 at 15:00PM
1st August, 2021 at 13:00PM
1st August, 2021 at 15:00PM
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This family-friendly outdoor Commedia dell'Arte show tells a story of mayhem in between masters, their teenage sons and daughters (all deeply in love) and their servants who try to help them, but most of the time end up hindering and causing more confusion. Ah! There is a Capitano too, perhaps a witch if she is not on another call on the day you come to see the show. This play will obviously end in wine (non-alcoholic since it is a family show after all) and biscuits.
Commedia dell’Arte is an artform where masked and non-masked characters created chaos and havoc telling stories with OTT plotlines. Commedia speaks to the here & now as much as it did in its heydays in Italy a long time ago where it came from.
The Commedia dell’Tramshed Company aims at reinventing this artform with 10 emerging performers chosen from within Progression, our Artist Development Programme.
La Confusione of Arlecchino & His Mates - Based on XVI century scenario Il Cavadente by Flaminio Scala
Director & Commedia Specialist – André Pink
Costume Designer & Illustration Artist - Caroline Jones
Set Designer - Chelsie Langridge
Musical Director – Felix Ryder
Stage Manager - George Warner
Assistant Stage Manager - Dean Coffey
Production Manager – Jane Mackintosh
Programme – Holz Phimbow
Pantalone - Adam K Murphy
Arlecchino - Beko Wood
Brighella - Bethany Monk-Lane
Isabella - Chloe Dole
Oratio - Felix Ryder
Dottore - Harry Dean
Capitano - Lara Korach
Zanni & Pascoela - Maria Cristina Petitti
Franceschina - Michael Sookhan
Flaminia - Valia Katsi
Flavio - William Meadowcroft
Zanni - Youyang Song
This show is part of the Progression Summer 21 season: IT HAS NO BORDERS (THAT IS ART)
Celebrating practitioners and disciplines from around the planet and helping decolonize British Theatre.
This show is also part of the Greenwich Family Arts Festival
To reserve your space please book a free ticket.
This event is part of Greenwich Family Arts Festival, a month-long programme of free arts activities, theatre, workshops and more taking place all across the borough of Greenwich. Events are grouped across a weekend in different locations so you can attend multiple events each day and really get those festival vibes (we all know it's been a long time!)
So join us for the Greenwich Family Arts Festival, nearby and open to all.
What is happening on the weekend of Saturday 31st July - Sunday 1st Aug
See what else is on throughout the festival Here
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All events at Greenwich Family Arts Festival are FREE. To reserve your space please book in advance.
Wet weather policy - Here
Covid-19 policy - Here
The Greenwich Family Arts Festival, supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich
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