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ROMAEUROPA Festival: Il ratto d'Europa

ROMAEUROPA Festival: Il ratto d'Europa
Thu, 10. November 2016 - Sun, 13. November 2016
Aula Ottagona delle Terme di Diocleziano - Roma, RM
Altri incontri
Beni culturali, Musica e Arte


Il ratto d'Europa

La rete trascende la sua funzione di medium e diventa essa stessa luogo creativo e oggetto di riflessione artistica. Dopo l’esperienza di Innovating Colosseo, il regista Giorgio Barberio Corsetti porta il suo spettacolo “Il ratto di Europa”, distribuito tra l’Aula Ottagona delle Terme di Diocleziano e il Teatro di Palazzo Altemps attraverso la fibra della rete GARR, sul palcoscenico del Romaeuropa Festival.


Aula Ottagona delle Terme di Diocleziano
Via Giuseppe Romita 8