Concha Bonita comedy

Concha Bonita – ETI Awards, Olympic of Theater 2005

Theatrical performance suspended between fairy tale and comedy telling the story of Pablo, Argentine footballer who, starting from his country to discover the world, finds in Courage and sensuality the courage to become Concha. Thus begins his European tale and becomes a free woman with a new, marvelous life like Concha Bonita. But like all fairy tales, Concha’s must overcome some obstacles. His fiancée arrived from Argentina with a surprise, his daughter. Buy on Amazon

Video from Film, Cinema, Television and Theater show with Marco Lo Russo like accordionist and or composer

A mix of theater and music (from rock to tango, from melodrama to rumba, from zarzuela to mambo) that allowed director Alfredo Arias, through the use of simple and popular styles, typical of the musical comedy, to create variations on a delicate topic, such as sexuality, its possible transformation dynamics, and the consequent implications of being father or mother.
With the great final message of not being afraid to look in because, as Alfredo Arias says, we can go to the bottom of our fantasies, without creating catastrophes in anyone’s life, finding new ways for affections and respecting the innocence of others.

Cast and soloists from Aracoeli Orchestra

Music: Nicola Piovani
Directed by: Alfredo Arias

Soloists of the Aracoeli Orchestra
Pianist and director: Enrico Arias
Clarinet: Marina Cesari, Massimo Jean Gambini
Trumpet: John Comanducci
Accordion acoustic and midi: Marco Lo Russo
Cello and Guitar: Pasquale Filastò, Giovanna Famulari
Bass: Gianluca Pallocca, Giuseppe Blanco
Percussion: Ivan Gambini, Giacomo Sebastianelli
Battery: Oreste Soldano
Flutes / Sax: Alessio Alberghini

Concha Bonita Nicola PiovaniCharacters and Interpreters in Order of Appearance
Raimundo: Mauro Gioia
Carlo: Gennaro Cannavacciuolo
Concha: Alejandra Radano
Pablo: Antonio Interlandi
Evavabette: Gabriella Zanchi
Myriam: Sandra Guido
Dolly: Sibilla Malara

Scenes: Francesco Bancheri
Costumes: Francoise Tournafond
Drawing lights: Raffaele Perin


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