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Production description

Prospero: Tino Carraro

Caliban: Massimo Foschi

Ariel: Giulia Lazzarini

Miranda: Fabiana Udenio

Antonio: Osvaldo Ruggieri

Sebastiano: Luciano Virgilio

Trinculo: Paolo Falace

Stefano: Mimmo Craig

Ferdinando: Massimo Bonetti

Italian translation by Agostino Lombardo

Director for the Rai TV recording: Carlo Battistoni

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    La tempesta

    Type:
    stage
    Year:
    Director:
    Strehler, Giorgio (1921-1997) | Productions
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    Venue:
     
    Milano

    Strehler's La Tempesta

    Note: Of interest is Strehler’s interpretation of magic as seen by Carlo Battistoni, who directed the TV broadcast of the stage play: see, in particular, the opening tempest and its metatheatrical dimension in this clip; Ariel’s first apparition; Ariel as Harpy; Prospero’s renunciation of his magic. See also Caliban’s first entrance from under the stage.

    From Act 1, scene 2

    Note: Of interest is Strehler’s interpretation of magic as seen by Carlo Battistoni, who directed the TV broadcast of the stage play: see, in particular, the opening tempest and its metatheatrical dimension; Ariel’s first apparition (5’34”); Ariel as Harpy; Prospero’s renunciation of his magic. See also Caliban’s first entrance from under the stage.

    Full Video

    Note: Full video recording for the Italian TV broadcast, 1984. Of interest is Strehler’s interpretation of magic as seen by Carlo Battistoni, who directed the TV broadcast of the stage play: see, in particular, the opening tempest and its metatheatrical dimension; Ariel’s first apparition; Ariel as Harpy; Prospero’s renunciation of his magic. See also Caliban’s first entrance from under the stage (28'30" in this clip).

    The freeing of Ariel and Epilogue

    Note: Of interest is Strehler’s interpretation of magic as seen by Carlo Battistoni, who directed the TV broadcast of the stage play: see, in particular, the opening tempest and its metatheatrical dimension; Ariel’s first apparition; Ariel as Harpy; Prospero’s renunciation of his magic (in this clip). See also Caliban’s first entrance from under the stage.