Central to Samuel Beckett’s well known philosophy of the benefits of failure – fail and then fail better – is the idea of interruption where human processes and experiences are broken. The show evolves through a series of stage interruptions using physical theatre, analysing the feeling triggered by something ending prematurely, reassembling and adding new scenes in a witty and sometimes controversial manner. Teatro Sotterraneo are a multi-award winning theatre collective born in Florence in 2004 and previously won the the BE FESTIVAL 2012 1st Prize with Homo Ridens.
This piece is in development and the exact running time may differ slightly to that shown.
Director / Choreographer
Sara Bonaventura, Claudio Cirri, Lorenza Guerrini, Daniele Pennati