May 5 to 8 at TOM Rome’s Basilica Theater by Rosalinda Conti, directed by Matteo Ziglio

It will be staged TeatroBasilica 5 to 8 May Rosalinda Conti TOM, hosted by Matteo Ziglio. Hero:
With Giuseppe Ragon, Giole Rotini, Marco Usai, Giacomo Kremaschi and Giordana Morandini. Text
Reported at Hystrio Scritture di Scena Award.
For almost two years, Leo and Tom have shared a relationship of loving silence and mutual care. Leo Hall
A rather introverted young man, Tom was a cat, once misguided and patiently controlled.
Suddenly the need to find a new man for her favorite cat pushes Leo to resume communication with Geo and Anna, the teenage inseparable friends subsequently lost sight of due to change, as often happens.
The play takes place one day on the porch of Leo Beach House, a place of spirit and childhood, “a house that has seen many nets, including many sunny afternoons and colorful beach games.

Now it looks like the last house in the world is left. ” Leo, Anna and Geo, rediscovered and stolen from their new isolated lives in a single afternoon, seem to be living in a bubble where – although everything has changed, due to the fact that “something happens in life that changes us as if by night pass to day ”- something, a tiny, silent vibrating center, which in return can be played on a fictional boat to win, as it were.

The two elements act as antagonists to the reunion and reunion activities of three friends: the current of Tom’s consciousness, his constant contact with everything that happens to his body and environment, and
Adulthood and an impending journey, it is uncertain whether to cross it – marginal – or not.

Dramatic notes
Over the years I have wondered where those friends are that I no longer hear, I wonder what they do without me and also
Why we have decided not to have a normal life. Over the years I have been writing notes and conversational pieces that speak of two friends who are no longer friends who find each other year after year and keep thinking that it really is as if a day has not passed, if a common language really exists and If it is possible to talk. One of these conversational pieces was created within the concept of a text that clearly incorporates many strands of consciousness played by a character isolated from others. Tom wasn’t always a cat, at first he was something like an astronaut, a man on the edge of the universe, a man suffering from galactic loneliness and lost in the dead stars, and something intimate.
I don’t know exactly when Major Tom became a cat – in particular, the cat of one of the characters in the story – but I’m sure this transformation is based on a desire to try to play with a human and a non-human. At the same time, the character finds a way to express a coloring that was dramatic, unnatural, perhaps a little bizarre, and at the same time, inevitably, instinctive.
The writing of Tom’s monologues – one who observes, perceives, perceives everything and constantly – was a
Essential support for the purpose of telling a story is where most movements are
The movement of thought, where the rhythm is maintained, but it is an almost exclusively verbal rhythm, where
Conflict is sometimes avoided and silenced by the real fear of not knowing the shadows of others anymore, of not knowing how to handle the wounds of those we love as in the past.
Tom talks about a cat, about three of them in their mid-thirties, once friends and now who knows, and about a gentle intruder.
Tom is not talking about reunion, Tom is not an afternoon “full of memories”, Tom, among other things, a question: what about us intact?

TeatroBasilica Piazza Porta S. Giovanni, 10 Rome (RM)
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Tickets 15 euros
Show time from Tuesday to Saturday 9.00 pm – Sunday 5.45 pm

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