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New summer edition for the Festival della Sintesi from 25 to 31 July in the San Cristoforo Church in Lucca. The program will be presented in the upcoming weeks.

The event dedicated to 'smart shortness' ranges from literature to art, science, cinema, television, satire, sport and theater, with important guests, invited to share their experience on this theme with the audience.

 

The city of Lucca celebrates the Anniversary of the Liberation of Italy from Nazi-Fascism with a series of events. Among these, a theatrical journey along the paths of memory through the "letters by the sentenced to death during the Italian resistance ".

At 6:00 pm live on the FB page / Casa della Memoria e della PaceLettere e narrazioni della Resistenza – Non avrei mai creduto fosse così facile morire. Theatre project by the Kairos Cultural Association.

 

The Giglio theater virtually opens the doors with TeatroCittà streaming project, visible on the OnTheatre platform. 5 shows, part of a spring program giving a voice to the artists, reconnecting them with the audience, aware of the fact that actors and spectators are essential for theater.

In the program from Tuesday 20 April

 

A new theatre production by the artistic collective group Spazio LUM in collaboration with the Lucca Creative Hub entitled Pezzi, divided into two video readings.
The play written and performed by Chiara Savarese talks about everything that remains after an end and how everything that remains, all the pieces, must be addressed and collected, one by one.
Those that remain from people, from encounters, from experiences are not complete stories. It is the scattered pieces that are collected.

 

A new theatre production by the artistic collective group Spazio LUM in collaboration with the Lucca Creative Hub entitled Pezzi, divided into two video readings.
The play written and performed by Chiara Savarese talks about everything that remains after an end and how everything that remains, all the pieces, must be addressed and collected, one by one.
Those that remain from people, from encounters, from experiences are not complete stories. It is the scattered pieces that are collected.

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