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2017 Program

Event #22

Giulia Lazzarini

Gorla fermata Gorla

On the morning of October 20th 1944 a number of Air Force planes dropped bombs on Milan. By a tragic combination, one broke through the roof of Gorla’s Francesco Crispi school, fell into the stairwell and exploded in the cellar where the children had sought refuge, killing 184. It was one of the most terrible episodes of the Second World War, which risks being forgotten: today, for most, Gorla is just a stop on the subway line. Playwright and director Renato Sarti evokes this tragic event through the language of theatre, with music by Carlo Boccadoro, basing his work on military documents, books, articles and witness accounts. Two young actors, Federica Fabiani and Matthieu Pastore, give voice to the children who lost their lives that day, while Giulia Lazzarini, an actress of great sensitivity, is entrusted with the voice of the survivors.

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Giulia Lazzarini

is an actress from Milan. After training at the Experimental center for cinematography and following some experience in the field of cinema, she successfully landed in theatre. Since 1955 her name has been linked to Giorgio Strehler’s Piccolo Theatre in Milan, where she gave life to characters that would enter into the annals of Italian thetre. Strehler had said about her: “Giulia belongs to those rare natural talents who, when they step onto a theatre stage and start to act, already know everything there is to know on theatrics. They were born to act. They are always acting, and acting well”. Gorla fermata Gorla is a production of Teatro della Cooperativa (2017).

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