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Madina

  • Roberto Bolle e Antonella Albano ph Brescia e Amisano Teatro alla Scala (2)
  • Cattura
  • Cattura   vacchi
  • Cattura   bigonzetti
  • gamba
  • MADINA Antonella Albano e Roberto Bolle
  • MADINA Roberto Bolle
  • MADINA Antonella Albano
  • madina sito 2
  • MADINA Anna Doris Capitelli e Chuan Wang
  • MADINA il corpo di ballo
  • madina ard stor 2
  • MADINA Roberto Bolle e il Corpo di Ballo
  • madina sito 3
  • MADINA
Ph. Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano
From 1 to 14 October 2021
Fabio Vacchi

Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company, Chorus and Orchestra

 

New Teatro alla Scala production

First performance ever

Commissioned by Teatro alla Scala and SIAE

Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

 

Libretto by Emmanuelle de Villepin based on her novel La ragazza che non voleva morire.

 

The capacity of the hall will reach a maximum of 930 seats, as required by the current legislation.

Presale tickets for Theater Subscribers and for ticket holders of cancelled performances are on sale from Wednesday 30 June at 12pm CEST, on the dedicated website.
The remaining tickets are on sale from Thursday 15 July at 12pm CEST online and at the Box Office (from Monday to Saturday 12pm - 6pm).

 

Choreography

Mauro Bigonzetti

Choreographer assistants

Béatrice Mille, Roberto Zamorano

Conductor Michele Gamba
Lights and sets Carlo Cerri
Costumes Maurizio Millenotti
Costume designer's collaborator Irene Monti
Video designer Carlo Cerri, Alessandro Grisendi e Marco Noviello
Étoile Roberto Bolle (1, 7, 12 and 14 October)
Madina Antonella Albano
Mezzo-soprano Anna-Doris Capitelli
Tenor Chuan Wang
Actor Fabrizio Falco

NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE

La Scala presents the world premiere of Fabio Vacchi's composition with coreographies by Mauro Bigonzetti based on a libretto by Emmanuelle de Villepin inspired by her novel La ragazza che non voleva morire. Young Madina has been forced to become a kamikaze but she decides not to kill. It is a stunning act that sets off reactions, conflicting feelings, and hope for change. In this work of Dance and Theatre words, music and movement co-exist in a synthesis of the traditional and contemporary forms of the genres of musical theatre.