READ THE REVIEW OF THE WONDERFUL NIGHT + MARISA TRUBIANO’s INTERVIEW.
From the screenwriter of La Dolce Vita and 8 1/2 comes an absurd, ironic, one act play written for “simple, deplorable entertainment.” Yet, with this story of a poet and his hidden secret, Ennio Flaiano gives us so much more.
Defying his audience’s expectations once again, Flaiano plays with the rules of the detective mystery, pointing out the iniquities of modern bureaucracies that rule human existence. Echoes of Ionesco, Allen and the Marx Brothers make this one-act play an enjoyable and unforgettable experience.
May 14th, 2012 – 7pm
Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
(24 W 12 street)
Origin Theatre Company
In association with
Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò and Kairos Italy Theater
on the 40th Anniversary of his death with the reading of
The Woman in the Wardrobe
(La Donna nell’Armadio)
A One Act Play
Part of Origin’s eighth annual ‘Mondays of May’ play reading series
in association with NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House
Wine Reception to follow
Directed by Laura Caparrotti
Translated by Marisa Trubiano
The wine is generously provided by San Matteo Pizzeria.