Surviving the 1920s
Andalo Live - Gangster Show
The 1920s were the years of Al Capone, of gangland shoot-outs and smoky pubs where, as in the films, people often died to the rhythm of the claquette. But they were also the years of old jazz, of women with helmets and cloche hats, of the first short dresses, with low waists and pleated skirts, of the big Fords from which the bejewelled ladies got out to dance the Charleston.
Inside a characteristic Cotton's Club with its shutters down, this paradoxical and amusing story unfolds, characterised by the original music composed for the occasion by Carlo Colombo and Alberto Barutti, the subtle humour of Filippo Tantino, the noirish jokes of Merk Ferrari and the brilliant verve of Irene Silvestri.
The relationship with the audience and the empathy that distinguishes Barbamoccolo's theatrical style will allow an agile, involving and at the same time elegant performance.
The idea of this show is to combine all the arts of the people in the cast: we have actors who sing and musicians who act.... a little bit of everything to be constantly out of place. I think the funny thing about seeing an actor on stage is to rediscover in that actor the discomfort we have in never being in the right place at the right time.
Paying evening: full ticket € 7,00 - reduced Card € 5,00.
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