The book Quale teatro per il domani? is published

Since 24 February 2020, all performing arts activities in Italy have been suspended in order to contain the spread of Covid-19. A watershed date that has strongly marked the already tormented and precarious Italian theatre system, hitting first of all its most fragile realities. The international conference of POLIS Teatro Festival 2020, Quale teatro per il domani?, of which this volume is a testimony, was born during those complex weeks.
Actors, directors, playwrights, set designers, musicians, university professors, critics, artistic directors, organisers, answered during the lockdown to five questions concerning the space, the words, the visions, the languages and the bodies of tomorrow’s theatre. A total of 57 contributions from 11 different countries, generously given to try to transform a moment of great difficulty into an opportunity to rethink the state of the art of theatre and to offer cues to imagine an afterwards.

Contributions by Csaba Antal, Penny Arcade, Sergio Ariotti and Isabella Lagattolla, Chris Baldwin, Anna Bandettini, Federico Bellini, Nicola Borghesi, Elena Bucci, Roberta Carreri, Luigi Ceccarelli, Ascanio Celestini, Claudio Cirri, Silvia Costa, Ian De Toffoli, Elena Di Gioia, Francesca D’Ippolito, Anna Dora Dorno and Nicola Pianzola, Federica Fracassi, Renzo Francabandera, Lucia Franchi and Luca Ricci, Martina Gamboz, Piergiorgio Giacché, Eugenio Giorgetta, Hervé Goffings, Raimondo Guarino, Gerardo Guccini, Florian Hirsch, Frank Hoffmann, Bojan Jablanovec, Borut Jerman, Chiara Lagani, Licia Lanera, Roberto Latini, Miloš Latinović, Vincent Jean Emile Longuemare, Marco Lorenzini, Maria Federica Maestri, Lorenzo Mango, Marco Martinelli, Lucia Medri, Silvia Mei, Fiorenza Menni and Andrea Mochi Sismondi, Luca Micheletti, Ermanna Montanari, Anna Maria Monteverdi, Laura Palmieri, Silvia Pasello, Maria Dolores Pesce, Andrea Pocosgnich, Pascal Rambert, Amedeo Romeo, Daniela Sacco, Benedetta Saglietti, Attilio Scarpellini, Marco Sgrosso, Magda Siti e Stefano Vercelli, Julia Varley

afterword by Marco De Marinis

front cover drawings by Gianluca Costantini

publisher Editoria & Spettacolo, Spoleto (PG), series “Visioni”

price 16,00 € pages 268 pp.