After the Trapani stage, Paolo Migone will be on stage next Sunday 10 April at the Rivoli Theater in Mazara del Vallo with his show entitled "Completamente disheveled", a sort of speaker show in which the actor tells the story in an autobiographical key to the eternal relationship between men and women.
Paolo Migone, born in Brazil but raised in Tuscany, has always done theater before becoming famous on television with Zelig, where the general public has learned to know his somewhat corrosive and pungent comedy, imbued, if you like, with a little healthy pessimism; in fact, in his repertoire there is a character, which he himself invented with a typical black eye, who sees things in everyday life in a way that is not exactly positive. Migone published a book on this aspect of his inner life in 2003 entitled "I made him the black eye of the panda".
Returning to the show staged by the award-winning firm Oddo Management, the argument, as we said at the beginning, is based on the eternal relationship between men and women, between falling in love and love in the light of everyday reality, also made up of misunderstandings, jealousies and grudges, which Paolo Migone, an experienced man of the theater, knows how to stage not only to entertain the public, but also to make them reflect.
Thanks to his long apprenticeship, Migone is able to improvise with continuous deviations of the narrative, with verbal gimmicks and a humor as biting as only the Tuscans know how to do even if his writing is very sober.
The show that is enjoying great success on this tour in Italian theaters is not a TV show, but an authentic proof of an actor who knows how to interpret contemporary reality in which realism, surrealism, melancholy and comedy intertwine beautifully.
(Texts Giuseppe Puglia)
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