RECENSION ELISA GALLETTOThe drama “Dimenticando L’imperdonabile”, written by Ulrike Pusch and direct from the director Antonella Granata is based on the true story of a young German woman, played by Paola Belisari, that was married with a Jew and not have wanted to give up the artistic vocation, so she was deported in a concentration camp.
The scene is divided into two parts: on a stage of the left, the adult painter is dressed elegant, there she appears to be shrouded in a cloud of smoke, nostalgic and full of pathos; Her drawings are the background and here she tells us her story; When the voice is interrupted, however, to the right of the stage the atrocities, that the artist has suffered during the internment period became alive. The movements of the dancer Karen Fantasia, who plays the young painter, makes us live the horror of those places of detention where the girl, despite everything, has received friendship and tenderness, not only by the companions.
Furthermore, the passionate love for art will keep her alive. All actions involving the heart of the Spectator and are infused with emotion and intensity, like the desperate dances, precise and powerful; When words are not enough to express the pain intervenes visceral and expressive movement supported from music by Piero Pizzul. The choreography, edited by Manuel Paruccini, in role of tormentor, is the soul of the performance. The issue, delicate and Complex of the Holocaust, is here approached with delicacy and authenticity, thanks to the skill of all interpreters. The result is an impressive work of theatre and well laid out with a great artistic and educational potential.