A la casa de Mecenes
Roman pantomime showing a journey through different registers (comic pantomime, tragic pantomime) and is linked from a dramaturgy where you can revive different actors and actresses lifestyles and companies in Roman times. A fun, wild and full of theatrical elements and visually powerful bodily comedy
We can define atellans farces as a form of theater born in Atela, a city of the Italian Campania, which initially emerged as a popular form of theater satirical and grotesque nature: Originally it was people from the street, with some desire to clutter and debauchery, which through small improvisations put on stage fashion themes, social and political gossip and stories of spicy character. A divertimento precursor of the Commedia dell'Arte.
Bucco & Manduccus Farce
Maccus & Dosenus Farce
The Popular Roman theater (A general tour of the popular Roman theater as spectacle and as a social reality in the service of a culture)
The atellansFarces (The Roman theater genre genuinely more powerful for its critical capacity and identification with Roman society)
The Roman pantomime (farce, comedy, comedy to pantomime and theatrical genre where the body is configured as the protagonist of the work of actors and actresses)
Theatres and performance spaces in Roman times (The theater, physical structure and scenographic concepts of a universal culture and full of determining influences)
Zona Zàlata offers a classic comedy tour as a form of "divertimento", which allows us to enjoy classical plots and dramatugies which are the basis of the great theatrical texts of the theater history. Essential to laugh and think about comedy as a genre and as construction of characters that bring us to gag and pantomime theater genres. Stories linked with a hilarious madness in the service of intelligent and passionate laughter. Humor as an antidote to life
"The actor and the roman popular theater"
The body as a tool of popular Roman theater. A study proposal and essay about comics genre in Roman theater. One way to approach the actor as protagonist in the creation of characters and as unifying forms of action close to the scenic tradition.
"Roman mask and its usage"
One possibility to recreate masks and scenic elements through the classical tradition under a historical conception of development.