|Kairos Italy Theater |
|KIT's mission is to create a cultural exchange program between Italy, the US and the international community, to unveil artistic and creative sides of these two countries to the world. In the States, Kairos Italy Theater is dedicated to spread the Italian Culture and to create an Italian Culture Network in order to maintain and grow the knowledge of Italy in the States.||
|Wed 10:30am-12:30pm La Collina Italiana Italian Int.
Thu 5-6pm Creative Movement Theatre Hoboken, NJ Theatre&Storytell
Fri 4-5pm Kairos Italy Theater
March 18 6:30 pm Cine Club with Laura Caparrotti, La Collina Italiana
March 27 6:30pm Caffe' Letterario, La Collina Italiana
Well... we are not so sure that Spring is already here, yet, in any case, Daylight Saving Time has begun!!! And that means we are on the way to the summer!
Enjoy the brighter days, then, and all the bright and funny KIT activities!
|Toto' Tour: Princeton
After a happy and much enjoyed afternoon with Toto' at the Dorothea's House in Princeton, the celebration continues with more screenings.
Sunday, March 15, 2009 at 3 pm
Siamo uomini or caporali?, (Are We Men or Corporals?), 1955
Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 3 pm
Un turco napoletano, (A Neapolitan Turk), 1953
Caffe' Letterario and Cine Club
at Collina Italiana
Limited enrollment, reserve now!
Cine ClubThe Cine-Club: 79 Years of Italian Film (1930-2009)
allows participants to discover cinematic gems and contemplate diverse
themes in Italian life. The screenings include discussions on history
of film and present-day Italian cinema, the protagonists, and themes
that the films explore over time: from love and politics to family and
immigration-revealing the Italian way of life for more than half a
century.The series is team-taught by actor, teaching artist,
and Italian language instructor Laura Caparrotti (films up until the
80s) and filmmaker and Italian language instructor Riccardo (Riki)
Costa (films from the 80s till today).
Wednesday March 11th Riccardo Costa at 6:30pm:
Il Divo (2008) directed by Paolo Sorrentino
Wednesday March 18th Laura Caparrotti at 6:30pm:
I Tartassati (1959) with Toto' and Aldo Fabrizi
All films are in Italian and subtitled... in Italian!
Plus, the participants will receive a complementary glass of wine!
Caffe' LetterarioFriday March 27 @ 6:30pm
: focus on Ennio Flaiano
(1910-1972). Best known for the work he did in conjunction with
Fellini, Italian screenwriter Ennio Flaiano and his most frequent
collaborator Tullio Pinelli penned many scripts during the '50s and
'60s. Before coming to film, Flaiano was an architect, a professional
writer, a drama and film critic, and an author. Fellini appreciated
Flaiano's deft humor, dry observations on culture, and subtlety and
used the writer to help pen some of his best films including La Strada (1954), La Dolce Vita (1960) and 81/2 (1963). He wrote 57 screenplays and subjects. Among them: Too bad she's bad by Blasetti, The Night by Antonioni, Totň and Carolina by Mario Monicelli, and El Verdugo by Luis Garcia Berlanga. He won the first edition of the Premio Strega in 1947 with his novel Tempo di Uccidere (A Time to Kill). His The Via Veneto Papers are also available in English. Decades ago in Italy, intellectual women started what was known as the Salotti Letterari, or literary salons, where artists, philosophers, and writers met to share opinions and exchange and celebrate ideas. Fast forward, the city of Paris gave birth to Café society and soon all over Europe, the Caffe' Letterari became the meeting point for everyone who wanted to make his/her voice heard. Today in Italy, the Caffe' Letterari have evolved into spaces where not only you can enjoy a latte or cappuccino while reading a novel but also are places where you can attend performances, engage in discussions on all subjects, listen to presentations, etc.- all in the name of "Culture." Collina Italiana is proud to present its own Caffe' Letterario, run by the women at CI, particularly actor, journalist, and Italian language instructor Laura Caparrotti. In celebration of Italian culture, especially writers and their novels, and essays, as well as to improve CI students' Italian language skills and expand on their knowledge of Italy, Laura leads participants on a unique journey to discover what remains unknown to most and is new in Italy-all of this and more in a weekly cozy salon atmosphere. Professional actors will also be invited to Caffe' Letterario for a dramatic reading of a short story or essay by an Italian author and at the end of each performance or reading guests engage students in discussions in Italiano. Participants are provided copies of all material. In keeping with the salon spirit, coffee and pastries are served at every session. The class, designed for intermediate and advanced students, is conducted in Italian.
NEW!!! KIT Newsletter Archive
If you'd like to check our past newsletter, starting from the one dated January 2007, go to KIT's About us page and look for the link to the archive... click on it, and the past of Kairos Italy Theater will be there for you!
KIT In The City.com
The bi-lingual online magazine on Rome and NY from KIT!
Either if you are going to Rome or are getting ready to visit NY, check the latest on www.kitinthecity.com... Exhibitions, shows, restaurants, latest trends... you find a KIT of fresh and unique news about the two Capitals of the world! And to honor KIT's tradition, the web-site speaks both English and Italian!
Some more KIT's updates... Congratulations to our Marta Mondelli! She finished shooting her first feature: The Contenders.
Now, we wait for the first screening! We'll let you know where and when... in the meantime, Brava Marta!
Become friends with other KIT's fans, and enjoy events, discussions, suggestions, videos, photos and much more!
Our very good friends at Collina Italiana
are opening a new branch in Park Slope
! The school is at 120 Garfield Place
@ Sixth Avenue, the opening date is set for March 16th. For more information, please contact Collina Italiana at 212-427 7770 or at email@example.com or check the website for classes' schedule.
Apologies: We are very sorry that sometime KIT newsletter shows different fonts and formats... the program we use (a very popular one indeed) is very independent and without apparent reasons, it decides not to change font or color or size... and we accept its decision and continue anyway...
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