This ancient story tells something today. In a symbolic and contemporary narrative, with no religious references, Cain and Abele are two young breakers, two guys accustomed to dancing on the street. They love each others because they are brothers. They play, fight, often they are alone, but then they look, laugh and come back. Then comes the day of a test, a challenge, perhaps a ritual that marks their passage to adulthood. This story allows us to talk about the world of today, about the desire to win. We need to talk about fraternal love, how much we can learn from a defeat, new possibilities to find, growth, what it means to live together, to be together. And maybe to talk about a little bit of peace.
TEATRO TESTONI RAGAZZI - SALA A Thursday, 14 December 2017, at 9.00 pm
Compagnia Rodisio (Como) CAINO E ABELE by Manuela Capece and Davide Doro