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Details and Cost

In each City: 2 shows per day:
1st show begins at 9.00 AM
2nd show begins at 11,30 AM

Duration: about 80 minutes

To be part of the project: 

Cost: 12,00€ per student
– accompanying teachers: free

The cost includes:

  1. Entry ticket

    2. Delivery of the COMPLETE “dossier pedagogico” composed of: 

  • The plot, cultural ad hystorical contextualization handhouts and relative exercises, for preparation of students before the show. Each document in 3 levels of complexity (upon D.O.C. Method).
  • Further cultural-historical insights, suggestion of books and updated articles, useful to elaborate works with Teacher and Classmates after and thanks to the theatrical experience.

     3. When required by the Teacher:  the Text of few scenes to elaborate classwork projects.

     4. The active participation of STUDENTS to the SHOW 


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Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet has been revisited many and many times. We all know every hidden detail of this huge Masterpiece.

But our #Romeo4Juliet “are” dealing with todays’ multiculturalism which still struggles to progress, especially today, especially today in the UK and throughout Europe.

Will be the young generation able to progress with this matter? And if yes, in which direction?

THE PLOT  We are in Scotland, in the 21st century, at St Andrews University: one of the most prestigious Universities of today’s Great Britain.

A Prince of the British Crown is going to start its first year of studies at St Andrews University and with high probability this is the reason why the highest level of British female applications was never recorded before in that University that year: The Prince will probably meet there his future wife and therefore the future Queen of the United Kingdom. 

Juliet is a brilliant young student from the British upper class and her parents wish for her a good marriage … she is about to start her first year of studies at St Andrews too.
But Juliet is different: she is a mature girl. The university represents for her a serious commitment, an investment on the study for both her personal and career growth. Despite her parents’ desire she turns her attention elsewhere. 

During the University Open Day Juliet meets Romeo, the Italian waiter. She thinks and tells Romeo how curious the coincidence is for both of them: their names are Romeo and Juliet… he laughs but without understanding … he doesn’t know the story. 

They read the metrical verses of the original Shakespeare’s play and Juliet is even more in love perceiving Romeo’s deep sensibility in capturing the meaning of the story. Day by day they fall in love.  

Reading Shakespeare’s verses they alternate their real life with their theatrical life. They play “the Theatre into the Theatre!”. The true Shakespearian style!
People around them are not able to capture the poetic intents of the twoo lovers. 
 

Romeo is aware that their love story is the Shakespeare’s story which ends in a dramatic way, but their unique moments are much more relevant because of their unique magic spell.    

One day un unexpected event suddenly breaks the flow of their idyllic days: Juliet discovers by chance that Romeo has told many and many lies to her about his identity: his name is not Romeo, he is not Italian and not even British. Who is he? Where is he from? Why is he hiding his identity? She soon realizes that Romeo is in danger. She wishes to help him but the risk is very high also for her. 

Now the setting of “their Theatre” is leading the two lovers to experience a new déjà vu as in the Sheakespeare’s play: danger for their lifes. But they intend to write their own final. 

Is it a returning past or it is a matter of a present that fails to progress? 

If Dante has invented the contrast between Montagues’ and Capulets’ families to emphasize the struggle between Guelfi and Ghibellini, and if Shakespeare was inspired by the Great Poet or by other tales from Greek classical world, the question of the intercultural “social aggregation codes” is still a subject of debate today. 

A never so up-to-date plot set in today’s UK transformation and not without unexpected blows of scene ! 

See you soon at Theatre! 

The English Creative Team of BroadWay to English.

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Gentile Docente, lo spettacolo andrà in scena in Italia da MARZO 2017 a fine APRILE 2017 nelle città italiane elencate di seguito.

Qualora desideri attivare un nuovo spettacolo in una città non presente nell’elenco può contattarci via e-mail o al telefono per concordarne insieme le modalità di attivazione. Grazie! 

2 Spettacoli al giorno : inizio ore 9:00 – inizio ore 11:30

TRENTINO 

Trento – lunedì 13 marzo 2017 – Teatro Roma

VENETO

Verona – mercoledì 15 marzo 2017 – Teatro Alcione – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10.30

Treviso – giovedì 16 marzo 2017 – Teatro S. Anna – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:00

EMILIA ROMAGNA

Parma – martedì 14 marzo 2017 – Teatro Pezzani

Ferrara – martedì 21 marzo 2017- Teatro Boldini – Unico spettacolo ore 10:30

Bologna- mercoledì 22 marzo 2017- Teatro Antoniano

LOMBARDIA

Manerbio – lunedì 20 marzo 2017 – Teatro Politeama

Milano – giovedì 23 marzo 217 – Teatro Pime – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 11:30

Sondrio – venerdì 24 marzo 2017 – Teatro San Rocco

UMBRIA

Perugia – lunedì 27 marzo 2017 – Teatro 4 Torri 

TOSCANA

Firenze – martedì 28 marzo 2017 – Teatro Puccini – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:30

Livorno – mercoledì 29 marzo 2017 – Teatro 4 Mori – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:30

PIEMONTE

Torino – venerdì 31 marzo 2017 – Teatro Valdocco

LAZIO

Roma – lunedì 3 aprile 2017 – Teatro Orione

CAMPANIA

Napoli – martedì 4 aprile 2017 – Teatro Acacia 

Aversa – mercoledì 5 aprile 2017 – Teatro Metropolitan

Salerno – giovedì 6 aprile 2017 – Teatro delle Arti – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:30

PUGLIA 

Bari – venerdì 7 aprile 2017 – Teatro Showville

Brindisi –  mercoledì 26 aprile 2017 – Teatro Impero – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:30

SICILIA

Messina – lunedì 10 aprile 2017 – Teatro Annibale

Catania – martedì 11  aprile 2017 – Teatro ABC

Palermo – mercoledì 12 aprile 2017 – Teatro Don Orione  – UNICO spettacolo ore 11:15

CALABRIA

Reggio Calabria – giovedì 20 aprile 2017 –  Teatro Odeon

Catanzaro – venerdì 21 aprile 2017 – Auditorium A. Casalinuovo – Unico spettacolo inizio ore 10:30