On stage until 22 May is ‘Gli amici degli amici’, the new show written by Franca De Angelis and directed by Christian Angeli.
“Gli amici degli amici” is staged in the evocative setting of the Stanze Segrete Theatre, from 10 to 22 May, and is based on the short story of the same name by Henry James. In addition to directing and writing by Christian Angeli and Franca De Angelis, Anna Cianca, Francesco Polizzi and Massimiliano Maggi – RUFA lecturers in Acting, History of the Performing Arts and Lighting – participated in the realisation of the project,
In late 19th century London, Bernard and Olivia’s love affair comes to a head because of her obsessive jealousy of her best friend, April, whom Bernard has never met but whom Olivia is sure is in her betrothed’s fantasies. When April dies, instead of improving, the situation precipitates: jealousy towards her ghost becomes intolerable. Thirteen years later Olivia turns to a psychoanalyst with a mysterious past to seek answers to the questions that still haunt her: can one love a ghost?
Just added a new replica on Saturday 21 at 5.30 p.m., for RUFA students admission is reduced.