Alessandro Sciarroni

UNTITLED_I will be there when you die & Joseph

Tanz im August

The Italian Alessandro Sciarroni is a performer and choreographer with a background in the visual arts and years of theatre practice. Will you still love me tomorrow? is his research project exploring the concepts of struggle, steadiness and resistance. UNTITLED_I will be there when you die is the second chapter in the series, and is a performative and choreographic meditation on the passing of time. Executed by four jugglers, it is a reflection on the art of manipulating objects. Here we encounter the pure poetry that emerges from a concentration on practice, rules, discipline and commitment. The idea was to strip circus art of its stereotypes and to explore it as a language. The experience is mesmerizing, almost hypnotic.


In Joseph Sciarroni plays live with Chatroulette, a social network that puts people from all over the world in contact with one another at random – like a magician’s top hat generating white rabbits. Sciarroni is alone on the stage with his back to the audience for the entire performance, seeking his own image. Where is Joseph?

Please note: "Joseph" is not appropriate for under-age persons.
UNTITLED video trailer: Joseph video trailer: Joseph

Production: Teatro Stabile delle Marche in collaboration with Corpoceleste_C.C.00#.

Coproduction: Officina Concordia, Comune di San Benedetto del Tronto (AP)

with the support of Centro per la Scena Contemporanea - Comune di Bassano del Grappa, Amat - Matilde: piattaforma regionale per la nuova scena marchigiana and Centrale Fies
UNTITLED_I will be there when you die

Production: Teatro Stabile delle Marche - Corpoceleste_C.C.00#

Coproduction: Comune di Bassano del Grappa / Centro per la Scena Contemporanea - Biennale de la danse / Maison de la Danse de Lyon - AMAT - Mercat de les Flors/Graner, Barcelona - Dance Ireland, Dublin

Realized within the European project Modul Dance and promoted by the European Dancehouse Network with the support of the Culture Programme 2007-13 of the European Unioncon with the support of Centrale Fies, Santarcangelo dei Teatri •12 •13 •14 Festival Internazionale del Teatro in Piazza


Invention, performance: Alessandro Sciarroni / Drama and study of process: Antonio Rinaldi / Image of the project: Roberto Foddai / Production director: Marta Morico / Organization: Benedetta Morico / Press office: Beatrice Giongo / Administration: Luana Milani / Project curator, promotion: Lisa Gilardino / By: Alessandro Sciarroni / With: Lorenzo Crivellari, Edoardo Demontis, Victor Garmendia Torija, Pietro Selva Bonino / Original music, casting, training: Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld / Dramaturgical consultant: Peggy Olislaegers, Antonio Rinaldi / Observation of the creative processes: Matteo Ramponi / Project curator, promotion: Lisa Gilardino / Director of production: Marta Morico / Organization: Luana Milani / Casting organization: Benedetta Morico / Press office: Beatrice Giongo / Administration: Luana Milani / Project curator, promotion: Lisa Gilardino


  • Past
    Tue 19.8.2014, 18:00 / HAU2
    Wed 20.8.2014, 18:00 / HAU2


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