The New York based Kairos Italy Theater and the Italy-based KIT Italia will present the seventh annual In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY, a festival of Italian theater taking place in all five boroughs of NYC, April 29-May 13, 2019. Participating venues will include Cherry Lane Theatre, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo’ at NYU, Bernie Wohl Center, Italian Cultural...
College celebrates Cornaro through unique performance
“Perhaps the most memorable moment of any Vassar tour is when the guide brings visitors into the Thompson Memorial Library to see the stunning central stained-glass window depicting Lady Elena Cornaro Piscopia, the first woman to earn a doctorate in European history, defending her thesis to an enraptured audience of formerly skeptical male scholars. However,...
An All-Female Cast Revitalizes The Worth of Women
The evening of October 25, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura brought to Washington, DC a very relevant performance entitled The Worth of Women, based on a book originally written over 400 years ago in Venice. I-ITALY, OCTOBER 27, 2018 Read the entire article
alieNation: The Journey I never made/A story of Love and Soccer PRESS
That’s your opinion, Here’s mine – Alien Nation Theaterscene.net – AlieNation: The Journey I Never Made & A Story of Love and Soccer
Mayor de Blasio welcomes In Scena!
It’s a true honor to have Mayor de Blasio welcoming In Scena artists and thanking Kairos Italy Theater for the work we are doing. Ciao a tutti! In Scena! Italian Theater Festival 05_02_16
Dealers of Souls PRESS
FINAL PERFORMANCE THIS AFTERNOON(NOV. 29TH AT3PM): KRISTIN HARDWICK REVIEWS “DEALERS OF SOULS” Written by Alberto… Posted by Hi! Drama on Sunday, November 29, 2015
Tosca and the two downstairs PRESS
PRESS 2014 New York Critic – March 25, 2014 Tosca and the two downstairs New York Theatre Wire – March 24, 2014 Franca Valeri’s play using a “Tosca” backdrop is sharp, current. PRESS 2010 CHELSEA NOW – January 29, 2010 Italian legend gets her NYC due by Jerry Tallmer OGGI7 – January 30, 2010 Ecco l’altra “Tosca” by...