Let’s Visit Triennale and Go to Theater!

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Triennale

YesMilano Students are welcome to join our tour of the superb 1930s Palazzo dell’Arte that hosts Triennale, Milano’s museum of art, architecture and design, before attending a contemporary play, Hamlet by Dewey Dell.

 

We’ll have time for a break and a drink between the two things.

 

When: Thursday, December 16th - Visit at 6pm / Show at 7:30pm

 

The tour is ONLY open and free to the ones purchasing the ticket of the play that will take place afterwards at 7:30 pm, which is Hamlet by Dewey Dell.

Purchase your ticket online (select the reduced price 'Sconto studenti web option' - YesMilano Student card might be requested at check in)

Please register your presence to the private visit on eventbrite

 

The tour is ONLY open and free to the ones purchasing the ticket of the play that will take place afterwards.

 

 

 

Ticket information

Ticket information:

YesMilano Students get a discount on theater tickets (up to half price. You can buy tickets online or at the box office by showing your student ID or YesMilano Student Card.

Public transport

Public transport:

UNDERGROUND

Lines red M1 and green M2 Cadorna-Triennale stop

 

BUS

61

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Telephone

+3902724341
Email

Email

info@triennale.org

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Hamlet by Dewey Dell

Thursday December 16th - Visit at 6pm / Show at 7:30pm

A unique condition is shared by all humanity: that of being born of our parents. We are delivered into life as sons or daughters and, although we all have an origin, this beginning is not under our control. Shakespeare’s Hamlet appears stuck in a plan of revenge his father has imposed on him, which however he cannot execute until the last scene of the play. The seeming inability of the son to take action drives the concept of this performance, which translates in expressive images the di cult process of individuation of a person. The choreographic research under-pinning this work by the Italian company Dewey Dell draws on the corporeality of possession rituals, staging the tortuous path traveled by Hamlet to become himself.

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