“Prometèo, do you not know that words are medicine for the suffering soul?”
The question of Oceanus, in the piece “Prometheus” by Aeschylus, evokes words which are able to ease the pain and comfort.
But words can also hurt: “Voices slipped out of heart”.
Or they can choke when we are obliged to listen too many people talking at cross.
Or, finally, they can draw wrinkles in the forehead, when they evoke painful memories.
|Dancers||Martina Agricoli, André Alma, Ilaria FratantuonoRoberta Morello, Andrea Stabilini, Mattia Solano|
|Directed by||Rosanna e Simona Cieri|
Photo Carlo Pennatini