GO.GO.GO by Alexandr Sokurov at the Olympic Theatre until October 2, 2016

Go.go.go by the Russian director Sokurov at the Teatro Olimpico until October 2, 2016.

Podorvika Sokurov was born in 1951, graduated in 1971 at the University of Gorky in History and Philosophy and later at the Moscow Film School VGIK. During this period he became a friend of Andrei Tarkovsky, the famous Soviet film director and screenwriter, who defends against the authorities who think its too revolutionary work and not in line with the regime.

The director tries his hand for the first time with a play loosely based on Marbles of another great Russian artist, Joseph Brodsky, winner playwright Nobel Prize for Literature in 1987, one of the greatest Russian poets of our time.

The world premiere of the show was staged Thursday, September 29, 2016 but are still tickets available for Saturday dates 1 and Sunday, October 2, 2016. To purchase tickets please visit the page http://classici.tcvi.it/it/eventi/2016-2017/69-ciclo/873/go-go-go

The show has a visual system, and includes the participation of fifty people that turn the stage into a bustling square. There are many film references, from Fellini to Magnani going to build a dream system and visionary typical aesthetics and Russian avant-garde.

A more detailed critique of the work is available at http://www.vicenzareport.it/2016/09/il-debutto-visivo-di-sokurov-al-teatro-olimpico/

The Olympic Theatre, a jewel of Andrea Palladio, is accessible from our Relais Santa Corona in two minutes walk. For more information on availability and reservations please call us on 0444 324678. For dates of 1, 2 and 3 October by booking on our site www.relaissantacorona.it rates have a discount of 15%.

Alexander Sokurov, director of "Faust", receives the Golden Lion award during the closing ceremony of the 68th Venice Film Festival September 10, 2011. Sokurov's "Faust", loosely based on Goethe's classic German text, won the Golden Lion for best picture at the Venice film festival on Saturday. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

Alexander Sokurov, director of “Faust”, receives the Golden Lion award during the closing ceremony of the 68th Venice Film Festival September 10, 2011. Sokurov’s “Faust”, loosely based on Goethe’s classic German text, won the Golden Lion for best picture at the Venice film festival on Saturday. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (ITALY – Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

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