Free Fringe Festival 2015: AstaroTheatro outside AstaroTheatro

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AstaroTheatro Collective
is present at Free Fringe Festival with three productions:

WORDS, WORDS, WORDS by David Ives Friday
4th September, 20:30 (Double Bill with Humanimal)
Saturday 12th September, 14:00
DE VONDELBUNKER VondelPark Amsterdam
De Vondelbunker entrance is located at the furthest right entrance of the bridge
The “infinite monkey theorem” hypothesizes that if a monkey is left to tap at a keyboard at random it will eventually produce a great literary work. Roberto Bacchilega, Silvia Terribili & Grainne Delaney bring to life this piece of monkey business by American playwright David Ives: a dry satirical look at the meaning of human evolution, from the perspective of a chimp.
Lighting & Sound: Massimiliano Pipolo Pictures: Tatjana Todorovic
Words Words Words

HUMANIMAL by AstaroTheatro Theatre Collective
Friday 4th September, 20:30 (Double Bill with Words, Words, Words)
DE VONDELBUNKER VondelPark Amsterdam
De Vondelbunker entrance is located at the furthest right entrance of the bridge
Presenting stories of the human condition; vanity, greed, freedom, power and empathy as found in Aesop’s animal fables. With a twist!
Cast: Gabriella Sacco, Silvia Terribili, Roberto Bacchilega
Lighting & Sound: Massimiliano Pipolo

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MARX IS BACK (a play on history)
AstaroTheatro presents a monologue by Howard Zinn adapted and performed by Roberto Bacchilega
Wednesday 9th September, 20:30
4bid GALLERY @ OT301 (ground floor)
Overtoom 301 Amsterdam Tel: 06 17959976
Sunday 13th September, 16:30
DE VONDELBUNKER VondelPark Amsterdam
De Vondelbunker entrance is located at the furthest right entrance of the bridge
Karl Marx has had enough of seeing his revolution taken over by opportunists organizing each time a new priesthood and a new hierarchy, with excommunications and indexes, with inquisitions and firing squads. He is disgusted by media declaring him dead again and again. Karl Marx is back to remind us that his ideas are more alive than ever. He revisits memories of his courageous life and revolutionary theories. We learn about his family, his struggles and the boils on his arse.
Lighting & Sound: Massimiliano Pipolo
Marx is Back

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