Agenzia Giornalistica
direttore Paolo Pagliaro

Theatre: the 7th edition
of “Italia che rinasce” starts

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Theatre: the 7th edition <br>of “Italia che rinasce” starts

From January 25 to 27, in Tunis at the Cité de la Culture - Salle des jeunes createurs, the seventh edition of "L'Italia che rinasce", the theatrical review in Italian dedicated to the Italian Renaissance will take place. An edition aimed at focusing attention to the promotion of Italian language and culture: on stage, Italian students, equipped with their know-how of the Italian language, will try to expose the Renaissance era to the public in all its aspects with a particular focus for comedy and satire. On Friday, January 25 the curtains open for the Decameron, followed by Leonardo Da Vinci and his demons of the past, and ending with the sentence of Giordano Bruno. On Saturday, January 26th, the curtain reopens for the Masters of Renaissance art in a scene dominated by Botticelli's Spring, followed by Galileo's sentence for science and heresy, concluding with the secrets of Leonardo Da Vinci's colors and pains. The theatre review will close on Sunday, January 27, with the last competing work in "La volpe e il leone" (The Fox and the Sick Lion) from Machiavelli's The Prince. The Theatre Review was conceived and organised by Inspector Hammadi Agrebi, under the patronage of the Italian Institute of Culture of Tunis in collaboration with the Regional Education Delegations of Tunis1, Ben Arous, and Manouba.

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