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MAY 2-16, 2016
Discover In Scena! 
2016 at  www.inscenany.com
Diary of a Serbian Housewife
Based on the novel by Mirjana Bobic Mojsilovic . Directed by Fiona Sansone , starring Ksenija Martinovic . Produced by CSS Teatro Stabile di Innovazione of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Andjelka is a young woman whose urge to relive her memories leads her to retrace the steps of her life: her childhood spent in Tito's Yugoslavia, her adolescence and adulthood spent in Milosevic's Serbia. 

The story of an entire generation of young people living in war-torn regions who weren't ready to
become adults so soon. 

Winner of the prestigious National Award "Giovani Realta' del Teatro 2014" and a selection of Dominio Pubblico/All-in Festival 2015, dedicated to theater-makers under 25. In Scena! partners every year with an Italian festival, Dominio Pubblico is the partner for 2016.

May 9, Time 8pm, Triskelion Arts, Brooklyn
Written by Francesco Lioce and Emanuele Vezzoli.
Directed and performed by Emanuele Vezzoli
(Franco Zeffirelli's "Traviata" and Julie Taymor's "Titus).
The life story of celebrated Italian end-of-life rights pioneer Piergiorgio Welby comes to the stage.  Afflicted with muscular dystrophy, in 2006 Welby publicly declared his wish to refuse the medical treatment that kept him alive.

"Ocean Terminal" rewinds the reel of his life, as he narrates his own story with powerful, original and chaotic language. It the portrait of a passionate and vital artist engaged in a conflict between the loss of hope and the celebration of life.

May 13 & 15, 7:30pm
Bernie Wohl Center at Goddard Riverside

Written and directed by Chiara Cervati.
Starring Chiara Cervati and Elena Trombini. (Lombardia)

Tackling the themes of informed nutrition and the seasonal nature of fruit and vegetables, this entertaining play uses medium of theater to instill in children an awareness of the issues of proper nutrition, agro-ecology, and mindful grocery shopping. 

Cuoca Primavera is a chef on a desperate quest to find the best ingredients that will allow her dishes to stand out alongside other well-known chefs. 

May 11, 6pm, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo', Manhattan
May 12, 4pm, Enrico Fermi Cultural Center and Belmont Public Library, Bronx 
May 14, 3pm, Bernie Wohl Center at Goddard Riverside, Manhattan
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Readings and screenings on the theme of Immigration Now: In Italy, in Europe, in the world.
With the participation of:
 1.  Stiamo bene insieme from the  Laboratorio Documentari "Doc Si Gira" led by Luigi Maria Perotti;
2.  10 minutes Screenplays from Mr Israel Horovitz's Screenwriting Workshop - A project of Columbua University and La Femis in association  with Cherry Lane Theatre
- Festejo Blues by Thais Drassinower
- Till Death do us apart by Sharon Maitra
- Up against the wall by Marlene Poste
- Sajit by BittnarieShin
Scenes from
32 secondi e 16 by Michele Santeramo WORLD PREVIEW (the premiere will be on June 2 at the Primavera dei Teatri Festival, the play will be directed by Serena Senigallia and produced by ATIR Teatro Ringhiera)  by Michele Santeramo and from  All is filthy in wonderland by Ana C├óndida de Carvalho Carneiro. 
May 10, 6pm, Calandra Institute for Italian-American Studies 
(25 W 43rd St #17, New York, NY 10036)

Award ceremony and reading of the play winner of the Mario Fratti Award 2016
Directed by JAY STERN

BUTTERFLIES is about two sisters whose favorite pastime is a dangerous game: whoever holds the butterfly hairpin can ask the other one to do anything. Inspired by some of Pirandello's short stories, BUTTERFLIES is a tale of personal growth and sisterly love in which self-discovery is not always accompanied by greater understanding of the other person.

May 16, 6pm, Italian Cultural Institute
(686 Park Ave, Manhattan, NY 10021)
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