Neoreality
neoreality.jpg(Giuseppe P. Dimagli and Enzo Lanzo)

Melodic jazz and contemporary theatre. Neoreality is a show about an interior drama that is unwound in a maturing process on the stage – made also of played steps – from the pathology of the being to the pedagogy of becoming.

It is a monologue of two voices, in which Giovanni Stracco, musician and cinema extra, is capitulated onto the film set of Vittorio De Sica, who gives him a part. Here, even before the beginning of the scene, thanks to the help of a scenographer, Giovanni enters into his own neo-realistic interior, of which the cinema and the same example of De Sica remain only a paradigmatic metaphor.

The show, which is founded on acting and music is also an out loud spoken reflection of the concepts of truth and nimbleness in the Art. There is an angry display of the drums to demonstrate equality for the drums, an instrument almost always considered second place and here, finally as protagonist, begins its position in the line up. It is an original text from parossistica tones, which makes countering musical sounds, sung and arranged according to the poetic subtraction of sounds in the riverbed of a pure minimalist stretch.

Written by Giuseppe P. Dimagli, Neoreality is a project by Enzo Lanzo, star of the stage as the reciting voice and musician and songwriter with original arrangements from the music of the show, all from a soundtrack of a film by Vittorio De Sica, with the exception of La canzone dei vecchi amanti, by Jacques Breil and Gérard Jouannest.

  • Arrangiamenti, Ambientazione sonora, Batteria, Recitazione, Voce: Enzo Lanzo
  • Testo originale e Regia di: Giuseppe P. Dimagli
  • Scene: Marcello Palazzo
  • Sax Soprano: Emanuele Coluccia
  • Sax Tenore: Vincenzo Presta
  • Contrabbasso: Michele Colaci

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