DER PUFF – CAGLIARI – LITTLE AUDITORIUM PIAZZETTA DETTORI AVRIL 12; SASSARI – VERDI THEATRE AVRIL 14 Reviewed by admin on . DER PUFF sung fragments of bodies interned Francesca Falchi with Francesca Falchi and Martha Proietti Orzella Musical direction Ennio Atzeni Spring Arch Febbrai DER PUFF sung fragments of bodies interned Francesca Falchi with Francesca Falchi and Martha Proietti Orzella Musical direction Ennio Atzeni Spring Arch Febbrai Rating:

DER PUFF – CAGLIARI – LITTLE AUDITORIUM PIAZZETTA DETTORI AVRIL 12; SASSARI – VERDI THEATRE AVRIL 14

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DER PUFF
sung fragments of bodies interned
Francesca Falchi

with Francesca Falchi and Martha Proietti Orzella
Musical direction Ennio Atzeni

Spring Arch
Febbraio until May 2013

FIRST REGIONAL
April 12, 2013
21.00

Small Auditorium
Piazzetta Dettori
Cagliari

Straight to the heart D.O.C. , 2013 (pride citizenship rights)
Demonstration against racism, sexism, homophobia

M.O.S. (Homosexual Movement Sardo) in collaboration with Mab Theatre

April 14, 2013
20.30

Teatro Verdi
Via Politeama
Sassari

Friday, April 12, 2013 at 21:00 at the Small Auditorium of Cagliari in FIRST REGIONAL Francesca Falchi and Martha Proietti Orzella are the protagonists of DER PUFF-sung fragments of bodies of inmates Francesca Falchi (production The Crucible), seventh round with the exhibition at Spring ‘Arco.

Also Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 20.30 at the Teatro Verdi in Sassari DER PUFF open, thanks to the efforts and contributions of Mab Theatre and MOS (Homosexual Movement Sardo) of Sassari, Rights to the heart, 2013, the demonstration against homophobia racism sexism.

The show debuted in January 2013 to FIRST NATIONAL III edition of the festival looks S-veiled: perspectives for women edited by Amber Postiglione and Annalisa Siciliano held Teatro Due Rome arthouse theater building in Vicolo dei Due Slaughterhouses , 37 (Rome).
E ‘was also a guest at the Poop Bologna for the Week of Remembrance 2013 upon recommendation of the historic Paola Gouache, thanks to the efforts of Paola Brandolini (Arcilesbica National President) and the contribution of Arcilesbica Bologna.
An early study of the show attended the XVIII edition of The Green Carnation-theatrical scenery homosexual edited by Rodolfo Di Giammarco

Tickets Cagliari
size 12,00 € – reduced € 10.00
University students (evening) and theater: 7,00 €

Reservations Cagliari
And ‘possible to book tickets by sending an email
to ffalchi@tiscali.it or sms to 3332579020
Reserved tickets must be picked up three days before the show.

Tickets Sassari
size 12,00 €
reduced € 10.00
(Under 18-over-65 teacher-actor-musicians
MOS-ASSOCIATED MAB THEATRE ARCI-ACLI-ERSU-UISP
subscribers and ticket holders ATP
subscribers CEDAC)
Reservations Sassari
219024-3408885907-3477738828-3427738828 079 -
info@mabteatro.com 079239479

THE SHOW
There were many lesbians, more or less known that the Nazis fought valiantly risking their life, were forced into exile, or, even worse suffered imprisonment in the concentration camps, finding, in many cases, death.
The show aims to tell, using the shape of the cabaret, the stories of these women, using as a starting point The Pepper Mill (Die Pfeffermühle) Mann-Giehese: the songs “lesbian” era will intertwine with short monologues and dialogues that emphasize the heaviness of the subject, tempered by the lightness collegiate entertainment.
The women are not identified all notes: some are ordinary women of which has remained a trace that has meant that the memory of their spiritual and physical ordeal did not remain confined to oblivion, others are artists who have contributed their work to denounce the brutality in which Germany was precipitated by the rise of Nazism and the resulting programmed genocide of the Jewish people.
Still others have been touched upon Nazi nightmare, which was nevertheless deeply affected and whose horrors have told until the end of their days.
By Frieda Belifante Christa Winsloe, from Charlotte Salomon Hanna Hoch, Henny Schermann to Elli Smula, by Elisabeth Wust and Felice Schragenheim to Annemarie Schwarzenbach and Claude Cahun, to the aforementioned Erika Mann, Therese Giehse and Claire Waldof and many remained unknown .
The biographies sometimes full of these women sometimes fragmentary evidence of their willingness to oppose triply to a system that diminished as Jewish, as women and as lesbians and a political situation that condemned the conduct “moral” hitting them directly through deportation or forcing them into exile.
The choice of dealing with this subject has been dictated by the desire to highlight a history / story omitted: on the one hand that tied effective action aimed at the salvation of the Jewish people and the unveiling of plans Nazis against the Jews, minorities and of “deviant” on the other that of the lesbian movement at the time of the advent of Nazism (as happened in Italy during the fascist period) was forced to “do not exist”

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