The court over the witch

1 October 2018, Mon. 19:00
Jovtnevyi Palats Kyiv, Kiev, st. Institutskaya, 1, m. Khreshchatyk, Independence Square.
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About event

Why should you go to the play The court over the witch?

1. See live legendary actors Ornelle Muti and Michele Placido
2. Become a witness to the history of women's strength and independence
3. To hear one of the most beautiful languages in the world - Italian

Please note that the performance was postponed to October 1.

For the first time in Ukraine for the connoisseurs of Italian drama, "The court over the witch" will be presented, the main roles of which will be performed by the legendary and unique Ornelle Muti and Michele Placido.

The play is written from the real and incredible story of the first woman who was sentenced to death. In the town of Toddi 500 years ago, on the main square, among the ancient palaces of Signori, in the Cathedral of the Duomo, the first witch punishment took place. The Tribunal, headed by the Inquisitor (Michele Placido), accused, and then condemned to burn Francesco Matteucha (Ornella Muti) on fire.

The scene unfolds true events of the time when any attempt by a woman to "raise her head", to show his will led to persecution and bloody consequences. Enriched the story of women's independence was taken by the talented director Enrico Maria Lamanna.

"This is a true hymn of women," says Ornella Muti, who deliberately created the image of a woman who was persecuted and unfairly punished, despite the fragility and the accusation of love.

"Who does not love - he hates lovers."

Performances in the original language with synchronous double-tongue translation.