Pesaus a contus / كلنا حكايات
“Pesaus a contus / كلنا حكايات” is an international cooperation project between Cherimus and Hammana Artist House, an association based in Lebanon, which work to support the local art scene and bring performative arts to different audiences, in peripheral contexts, often lacking the resources to access quality cultural initiatives.
The project led to the realization of two new original projects created by 8 Lebanese artists from different disciplines (from contemporary dance to martial arts, from music to storytelling and singing, traditional and lyric) through a two-week residency at HAH.
The project is part of “On The Move! Un teatro in viaggio per il Libano” financed by law 19/96 of the RAS and by the Foundation of Sardinia, and has as partners Sardegna Teatro, Nivola Museum, Istituto comprensivo Meloni and the municipalities of Sarule, Tratalias and Musei.
Pesaus a contus / كلنا حكايات is part of “On the move! Un teatro in viaggio per il Libano” cooperation project between Cherimus (Sardinia) and Hammana Artist House (Lebanon) financed by the Regione Autonoma della Sardegna. The project involved eight…
The longest night of my life
Chantal Mailhac and Mona Hallab tell and sing on stage the story of Ba’al, the Phoenician’s “God of the rain, that climbs the clouds and come back with fertility; he lives above the clouds. During his time nature is green,…
Tarantism is the name of a traditional “magical-religious” music therapy practice once very common in Puglia and in the regions of southern Italy.The performance by Nivine Kallas, unfolds through a series of scenes narratively centering the human body and its…