A postmodern theatre that prophesizes its own end; but without taking itself too seriously. All this and much more is Sopro, the second show that Triennale Milano Teatro dedicates to one of the most disruptive and acclaimed authors and directors of international contemporary theatre: we are talking about the Portuguese director Tiago Rodrigues.
In a theatre that is nothing but ruins, framed by a scenography reduced to its minimum and lacking its own "theatricality", theatre professionals come out, metaphorically and literally, from behind the scenes, telling their story, rewriting the limits of dramaturgy and redrawing the boundary between reality and fiction, public and private. All this together with the spectator, in order to capture the most intimate dramaturgical breath, what is at stake and that allows the stories to be staged. Rodrigues gives life with Sopro to a visionary and poignant work, capable of taking us back to an unknown and mysterious "before": before the text, before the voice, before the same idea of interpreting a role. A wonderful diaphasia of the staging, which makes us forget, for a moment, that we are (just) spectators.
Edited by Giada Biaggi.