Unquestionably one of the most important figures in contemporary theatre, Romeo Castellucci’s Go Down, Moses is striking, esoteric and abstract. Exploring existential doubts and uncertainties from the Old Testament Book of Exodus, it is laden with layers of meaning to excavate. Dark, deep and divisive, this profound meditation on the human psyche by Italy’s most radical theatre company is ripe for post-show rumination.
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Direction, Set, Costumes and Lights Romeo Castellucci
Music Scott Gibbons
Text by Claudia Castellucci and Romeo Castellucci
With Rascia Darwish, Gloria Dorliguzzo, Luca Nava, Stefano Questorio, Sergio Scarlatella
Collaboration to the Set Design Massimiliano Scuto
Lighting Designer Assistant Fabiana Piccioli
Set Construction Director Massimiliano Peyrone
Sculptures on Stage, Prosthesis and Machinery Giovanna Amoroso, Istvan Zimmermann
Costume Realization Laura Dondoli
Assistance to Sound Composition Asa Horvitz
Stage Technicians Claudio Bellagamba, Michele Loguercio, Filippo Mancini
Sound Technician Matteo Braglia
Lights Technician Danilo Quatrociocchi
Production Benedetta Briglia, Cosetta Nicolini
Promotion and Communication Valentina Bertolino, Gilda Biasini
Administration Michela Medri, Elisa Bruno, Simona Barducci, Massimiliano Coli
In co-production with Théâtre de la Ville with Festival d’Automne à Paris, Théâtre de Vidy-Lausanne, deSingel International Arts Campus / Antwerp, Teatro di Roma, La Comédie de Reims, Maillon, Théâtre de Strasbourg / Scène Européenne, La Filature, Scène Nationale de Mulhouse, Festival d’Automne en Normandie, Festival Printemps des Comédiens, Athens Festival 2015, Adelaide Festival of Arts 2016, Peak Performances 2016, Montclair State-USA. With the participation of: Festival TransAmérique-Montreal
Photos 1 & 2: Guido Mencari | www.gmencari.com
Photo 3: Luca Del Pia
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