Kairos Italy Theater Newsletter
(Cold) February is here and so is
KIT's Newsletter... with a surprise for all of
you: the very Italian KIT's suggestions...
check where to go to find the Italy we love in
And don't forget to keep
discovering the improved features of our
Happy Valentine and
TOTO's CELEBRATION GOES WEST (and wide)!
Remembering Antonio de Curtis - Toto's on the 40th anniversary of his death
40 years ago, on April 15th 1967, one of the
most loved and greatest Italian actors, the
De Curtis, better known as Toto', passed
away in his roman residence.
For the occasion, KIT-Kairos Italy
Theater is expanding the traveling exhibition
Excerpts of A Prince named Toto',
for a special 2007 tour starting in Los
March 2nd and
then going to Vancouver on April. Also,
check KIT's website for additional news on
the main exhibition A Prince named Toto'
and the world-wide celebrations to come.
WORKSHOP WITH MASTER ITALIAN PUPPETEERS
Rare opportunity of studying with Master puppeteer Daniele Cortesi from Bergamo.
On the occasion of the Cortesi Family's US
19-25), KIT and Fatto a Mano present a 2
workshop taught by Master
puppeteers Daniele Cortesi and Family from
Learn the oldest traditional techniques of
Italian Puppetry and
When: March 24-25, 10 AM - 3 PM.
Where: 150 W 28 street, Suite 1403
Fee: $ 250.00
information or to enroll, contact
[email protected] or 212-686 4848.
NEW! KIT's Suggestions: ITALY IN NY
Monthly suggestions of Italian events in the NYC area
Starting from this issue, KIT's staff will share
with you their favorite Italian events, places,
books, films, concerts, theatre and so on to
be found in the NYC area, and NOT TO BE
If you'd like to let us know about more Italy in
the NYC area, send an email at
[email protected]. KIT's staff will be happy
to review it and eventually include it in this
- FILM: Mafioso by Alberto
Lattuada (1962) with Alberto Sordi. A
masterpiece about two different sides of the
same country, and two different sides of the
same man. Now playing at the Angelika Film
Center (18 W Houston Street) and at the
Lincoln Plaza Cinemas (1886 Broadway at
- FILM: Ennio Morricone Retrospective
at Film Forum (Houston St. Tel. 12-727
8110). If you have missed the Maestro's
Radio City Concert, you can catch up his
divine music on screen. Until February
- EXHIBITION: Athens-Sparta.
Olympic Tower (645 Fifth Avenue between
51st and 52nd - Tel. 212-671 5173). On
display some of the most beautiful and rare
treasures about two of the most
powerful cities of the ancient world.
KIT-Kairos Italy Theater was founded in 2002
York. KIT's mission is to create a cultural
program between Italy, the US and the
community, to unveil artistic and creative
these two countries to the world. In the
Kairos Italy Theater is dedicated to spread
Culture and to create an Italian Culture
order to maintain and grow the knowledge of
TO KIT BY
CREDIT CARDYou can make your tax
VISA or MasterCard at
http://www.thefield.org/ctaa.htm. Type in
Caparrotti (artist) and Kairos Italy Theater
name) and please be sure to fill in all of the
info so that we can acknowledge your
a proper thank you!
DONATE TO KIT BY PERSONAL
Write a check to The Field, and put in the
Laura Caparrotti/Kairos Italy Theater.
Then mail it to the following address:
KIT-Kairos Italy Theater
77 Bleecker Street Suite 1412
KIT-Kairos Italy Theater is sponsored by The
not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3)
serving the New York City performing arts
Contributions to artists through The Field are
deductible to the extent allowed by law. For
more information about The Field contact:
161 Sixth Avenue,
New York, NY 10013,
Tel: (212) 691-6969,
fax: (212) 255-2053,
e-mail [email protected].
A copy of The Field's latest annual report
obtained, upon request, from The Field or
Office of the Attorney General, Charities
Broadway, New York, NY 1027
Ciao a tutti!
Kairos Italy Theater