ABSTRACT

Roberto Latini is one of the italian's most celebrated actor and director during last years. His work on voice amplification and rewriting drama place him among the vanguard and really interesting recognized authors in latest scenic experience. Starting by the analysis of Fortebraccio Teatro's means of stage writing (original music, sound design, looping, filtering and effecting sounds and voice and stage lightning and setting), this article examines the relationships between the several contributions offered by Gianluca Misiti (musician, composer) and Max Mugnai (light designer) – members of company with Latini – in creating works. Historical dynamics and performances are here analyzed trying to take stock from debut until last plays. This article focuses strictly on the instruments that the company uses to create his own stage writing: body, voice, music, light, stage devices.

BIOGRAFIA

Salvatore Margiotta è assegnista di ricerca per il progetto ‘Archivi del Nuovo Teatro Italiano. Ricerca documentaria, catalogazione ed organizzazione scientifica’ presso il Dipartimento di Studi Letterari e Linguistici dell’Europa dell’Università ‘L’Orientale’ di Napoli. Ha scritto Il Nuovo Teatro in Italia 1968-1975 (Corazzano, Titivillus, 2013). Tra i suoi saggi Il Living Theatre in Italia: la critica (www.actingarchives.it, a. II, n. 3 – aprile 2011), La scena moderna nel dibattito critico italiano alla fine degli anni Sessanta (Culture Teatrali, vol. 21), Il paradigma dell’attore. L’esperienza artistica di Carmine Maringola (www.actingarchives.it, a. VI, n. 11 – maggio 2016). oblivium.11@libero.it

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