Staging A Revolution: Marcello Magni

Posted on 16 August 2017

Marcello Magni is a pioneer of physical theatre. He was born in Bergamo, Italy and graduated from the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris in the 1980s where he studied alongside some of the world’s leading theatre-makers. He went on to become a founding member of the internationally renowned theatre company Complicité, and this September, Marcello will be taking on the role of Movement Director on a brand new production opening at the Belgrade Theatre.

Faithful Ruslan – The Story of a Guard Dog will be staged to mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution, based on the real events that followed the death of Josef Stalin and told from the point of view of a loyal and trusting guard dog. In this interview, Marcello discusses how he will create a ‘physical language’ for the production and describes the ‘magic of tranformation’ that audiences will witness.

Faithful Ruslan – The Story of a Guard Dog runs in B2 from Sat 2 – Sat 16 Sept. Tickets are available now priced at £13 & £15 by calling our Box Office team on 024 7655 3055 or book online.

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