martedì 28 settembre 2010



Directed By Giorgio Strehler

Restaged By Ferruccio Soleri

In Collaboration with Stefano de Luca

Set Designer Ezio Frigerio

Costume Designer Franca Squarciapino

Music By Fiorenzo Carpi

Movement Director Marise Flach

Lighting Designer Gerardo Modica

Set Designer Assistant Leila Fteita

Masks Amleto and Donato Sartori

Duration: 165 minutes

With Two Intermissions


Enrico Bonavera, Giorgio Bongiovanni, Francesco Cordella, Leonardo de Colle, Alessandra Gigli, Francesco Guidi, Stefano Guizzi, Tommaso Minniti, Stefano Onori, Anna Maria Rossano, Giorgio Sangati, Giorgia Senesi

The Musicians:

Gianni Bobbio, Claudio Bondi, Franco Emaldi, Paolo Mattei, Elisabetta Pasquinelli

About Performance

Arlecchino was created by the legendary theatre and opera director Giorgio Strehler in 1947 and it is considered on one hand the definitive interpretation of commedia in the 20th century and, on the other hand, the Ambassador of Italian culture all over the world.

With three weddings, two duels, a dance number, a chase sequence, a love scene, a food fight and much more, Carlo Goldoni’s 18th century comedy is about a wily servant who gets the best of his masters in one of the classic works of commedia dell’arte.


“Strehler’s Arlecchino may be allowed by years of acclaim”

(The New York Times, July 22)

“A definitive global interpretation, as good as Goldoni ever gets!”

(Chicago Tribune, November 25)

About Theatre

The Piccolo Teatro di Milano – Theatre of Europe, the most important Italian public theatre company which was founded by Giorgio Strehler and Paolo Grassi in 1947, has been touring all over the world with its successful theatre productions since 1950: conquering a vaster and vaster audience thanks to the high artistic level of Giorgio Strehler’s theatre direction. Especially though its international tours, the Piccolo Teatro has become in a very short time one of the most important theatre company in the world.

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