Conception and choreography Raphael Bianco
Choreography assistant Elena Rolla
Maitre de ballet Vincenzo Galano
Music Ivan Bert, J. S. Bach
Lights Enzo Galia
Costumes Melissa Boltri
Duration 50 min
Nevermore than today the term refuge is back in vogue: Take refuge where? By whom? In the US or elsewhere?
These were some of the points of reflection for the creation of the show.
From the bombings and attacks of various matrices throughout the world in “a Third World War” undeclared, we seek refuge from an escape, from threats more or less concrete.
The frame of the antiatomic refuge of Soratte inspires Raphael Bianco to represent situations of waiting, escape, nephrops, in the claustrophobic environment of a space that has witnessed suffering and military strategies and where dance and live music interact In the contemporary line of a random dialogue evoking suggestions and moods through the interaction between sound and dancing gesture.