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FRINGE '04: At High Altitude - Paolo Grippa

Fringe NZ 04.Bats Theatre Show: At High Altitude

Co-op: Paolo Grippa Arts Centre
Season: Sunday 29th February - Wednesday 3rd March
Number of Performances: 4
Time: 8pm
Ticket Prices: $15 / $12 / $10


The life asks you for going forward, “Life is like a dance, two people hand in hand. Life slides softly touching the grass and one’s weight is at the mercy of the other one and so on”. They are looking for the point with no return, the limit of the finishing line,

This is a play about journey, destiny and love.

A man looks at a woman from behind. This man [...] imagines that he can talk to her, that he can tell her a story, what he wishes he could tell her but is not able to, [...] locked up as he is in a coma of silence.


Paolo Grippa : action
Roberta Abodi : action
Sibilla Paparatti : technical direction
Performance direction : Paolo Grippa
Text : Paolo Grippa, Roberta Abodi, + Rossella Riccobono+ Margaret Mazzantini+James Hillman+Stefano Benni
English Translation : Maria Pia Bugna- Rossella Riccobono

Paolo Grippa is an italian professional actor and theatre director who has worked both in Europe and United States, Fundamentally he has been researching in body and voice energy work: the body as the vehicle of comunication , furthermore he is a clown, musician and street theatre performer.

Paolo Grippa moved to Wellington-New Zealand during October 2000 , to continue and further develop his research project. He took part in Fringe Festival 2002 with his new play “Somewhere Else”

Paolo Grippa Arts Centre
http://geocities.com/paorob2001/free_mind.html


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