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Sep 03 2023 16:30

Auditorium Melotti, Rovereto


Nicola Galli

Associated Artist

Ultra, Nicola galli

Before us, the underground world. A dark, earthy cavity houses an invisible and industrious ecosystem of organisms engaged in the complex process of constant connection, exchange and transformation of the world.

Separate biological kingdoms are mutually connected: ULTRA offers a view of a hidden world through the presence of two electric bodies, custodians of an archive of knowledge, which bring to light the regenerative power of relationships.

The separation between human and non-human is questioned in an attempt to redefine the boundaries of our hegemonic power and redress the asymmetries that characterise the present time.

In the close relationship between body, sound, voice, light and smell, ULTRA urges us to imagine ourselves as ultra-human, united in a surge of collective contamination and called upon to welcome unexpected relationships into our lives and think of ourselves as connected, in a new global balance.

Nicola Galli, a talented rising star, remarkable for his choreographic construction and pursuit of other dance formats with a broader scope than solos and duets.

- Rossella Battisti, Teatro e Critica

This show is included in the ticket pass FOR FUTURE


Space accessible to people with physical disabilities.
Presence of flashing lights.
Presence of stage odor.
Presence of smoke.

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Concept, direction and choreography Nicola Galli
Dance and creation Nicola Galli, Massimo Monticelli
Staging and lighting Margherita Dotta, Nicola Galli
Dramaturgy Giulia Melandri
Stage odor Aquaflor Florence
Production TIR Danza
Coproduction Marche Teatro, Inteatro Festival, Fondazione I Teatri di Reggio Emilia
With the support of CCN Ballet de Lorraine accueil studio 22/23, ATER Fondazione, Network Grand Luxe
Artistic residencies CCN Ballet de Lorraine accueil studio 22/23, ICK Amsterdam, Inteatro residencies, Grand Studio Bruxelles, Centro Culturale S. Chiara
In collaboration with Rete Almagia

Duration 50'

With the support of Fondazione CARITRO