Kairos Italy Theater Newsletter
KIT's Suggestions: Italy in NY
Not so many tricks, yet a lot of treats from KIT!
One month of traveling between
Roma e Napoli... e che il viaggio abbia
October 25th - November 20th: Toto' in New York!
The Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo' one-month celebration continues
The first two screenings are gone, lots of
people, lots of laughs... don't miss the rest of
the Toto's Events:Monday October
of the exhibit
A Prince Named Toto'
extraordinary participation of F.
followed by the
Are We Men or Corporals? (Siamo Uomini
Thursday November 15th
Neapolitan Turk (Un Turco
7 PM Destination
Tuesday November 20th
6 PM Show: Tot�'s Poetry in Words and
Music with L. Caparrotti
followed by the screening of the documentary
You don't know who Toto'
All events are at Casa
Italiana Zerilli-Marimo' at NYU (24 W 12th
Street) and they are Free!
November 5th - 7 pm: Le macchiette di Migliaccio as interpreted by KIT
Book presentation and KIT's show at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo'
Napoli e New York, Le macchiette di
Migliaccio. Book presentation by the
Professor Hermann Haller plus live
performance by KIT.
York takes a look at the vibrant and comical
repertoire of Neapolitan theater present in
New York during the wave of Italian
immigration of the early 20th century.
Migliaccio's macchiette, or stereotypical
characters, shed light on the linguistic and
cultural realities of the Italian immigrant
communities in New York and other cities
throughout the world.
Hermann Haller is the Chair of the
Department of European Languages and
Literatures, and Professor of Italian at
Queens College and at the Graduate Center,
City University of New York.
Next Stop... December 3rd: Italian Jazz At Dizzy's Club
Danilo Rea and Roberto Gatto featuring Dennis Irwin
3rd - Sets at 7:30 &
Club Coca-Cola Frederick P. Rose Hall
Jazz at Lincoln Center (Broadway at 60th
Street - 5th Floor).
Last stop... SAVE THE DATE: December 4th Accattone in Jazz
A Concert/Reading based on the screenplay by Pier Paolo Pasolini
4th - 9 PM: Kairos Italy Theater
presents the US Premi�re of
Accattone in jazz based on the
screenplay by Pier Paolo Pasolini. With
Valerio Mastandrea, Roberto
Lincoln Center (165 West 65th Street,
between Broadway and Amsterdam Plaza
Pasolini's celebrated screenplay for
Accattone is revisited by Italian movie star
Valerio Mastandrea, as he weaves a unique
interplay of words and music together with
Italian jazz legends and longtime
collaborators Roberto Gatto and Danilo Rea,
winner of Europe's most important jazz award,
the Golden Django.
Accattone in Jazz marks the closing night of
the wider celebration Pier Paolo Pasolini Poet
of Ashes organized in New York by the Italian
Cultural Institute of New York and The
TALK TO KIT
If you'd like to let us know about more
the NYC area, or if you'd like to share
opinions on Italy and Italian events OR if
you'd like to contact us with questions,
request and suggestions, send an email at
[email protected]. KIT's staff will be
to read it and eventually include it in its
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
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Ciao a tutti!
Kairos Italy Theater