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Staged Reading "The Fridge" (Il Frigo) by Tommaso Avati
Jun 14, 2013 6:00PM
|Location||24 West 12th Street
New York City, NY
|Details||Staged Reading "The Fridge" (Il Frigo) by Tommaso Avati
June 14 at 6:00 PM, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo’ at NYU, 24 W 12th Street, Manhattan, www.casaitaliananyu.org Perfomed by Dave Johnson (in English).
This event is part of the In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY.
Synopsis – A man used to work for an important American company, but he has just been fired. He is now unemployed and spends his days at home as his relationship with his wife crumbles. His wife and their monstrous child wake him up early one Sunday morning in order to go to the shopping mall and buy a new refrigerator - the ultimate symbol of “what used to be and is not anymore.” But the trip to the shopping mall will bring something unexpected. Performed in English.
Tommaso Avati - After completing a degree in Communications, Tommaso Avati started working as assistant director. Since 1997 he has written several screenplays, among them "Io & Carver: Ultimo frammento," a documentary film produced by the prestigious Italian independent publishing company Minimum Fax that he also directed. In 2008, he wrote the script and screenplay of "Quell’estate," a film directed by Guendalina Zampagli, which was presented at the Roma Film Festival. Among his works are also an essay on the meeting between Robert Altman and Raymond Carver and, more recently, more tales and plays. Avati was born in Bolognia and currently lives in Rome.
|Venue||Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo at NYU|
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