Fool Blues

by and with Luca D’Addino and Romeo Velluto
dramaturg Simone Faloppa

Society seen through the eyes of a homeless man: how many contradictions lurk in our lives. “Mauro was faith in art, courage to go against the death of thought to which we daily become accustomed, he was resistance, struggle, anti-violent disobedience, but not at all peaceful. It was constant search for a better, more just alternative, it was fierce criticism of oneself and others because of higher values. It was preferring an idea to one’s own and others’ egos. It was sacrifice, suffering. Mauro was purity and sincerity at the cost of one’s reason. Mauro was and in this society, moreover, could no longer be.”

Siamo qui