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12th September / 8.00 pm / Maddalena Theater

12th September / 10.00 pm / Maddalena Theater

Tickets € 10 full / € 8 reduced


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4solos 4women

World premiere


Naturalis Labor Company

Choreography by: Michal Mualem (Israel), Luciano Padovani (Italy), Jorge Jakas (Israel / Spain)


A Naturalis Labor Company production

Hangartfest co-production


With the support of MIBACT / Veneto Region / Arco Danza / Municipality of Vicenza

A creation made in residence at the Teatro Polivalente in Comacchio / Teatro Alcione in Verona / Sala Cristallo in Vicenza


Four dancers, four inner worlds: fragility, strength, passion and disorientation. A show that collects and amplifies the different experiences of four solo dancers from national and European companies.




Choreography and dance: Michal Mualem (Israel)


Duration 15 minutes


This work was created over a long period of time by going through several stages. It deals with feelings of "loss", feelings inherent in the impossibility of moving from a certain life condition or from its insistent repetition even when apparently we seem to "proceed" on our own path. But he also explores the beauty inherent in living and the fragility of the "moment", impossible for us to stop or hold back in its inevitable rush through time, having no choice but to let it go to proceed to the next one, like a child who can pass from cry to laughter in the space of a single millisecond.

All those intimate "moments" contain together our fears, our anger and passion, our deep love and our fragility, our infinite resources of strength that very often we do not even believe it is possible to possess them within us….

All those moments are already part of us, kept in the most secret places of our being and re-emerge when we often don't expect them.




Her training as an artist, dancer and teacher ranges from classical to contemporary, from choreographic composition, improvisation and Contact to the Feldenkrais method. Until the age of 15 she practices artistic gymnastics at national level.

From 1994 to 2001 she worked as a dancer in Israel in companies such as Liat Dror and Nir Ben Gal Dance Company and Noa Dar Dance Group as well as collaborating with choreographers such as Inbal Pinto, Niv Sheinfeld and Anne Mary Porass. During this period she also presented her first work, Brown Sugar, as a choreographer at the Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv. Since 2001 he has been a permanent member in Berlin with the company of Sasha Waltz, dancing in productions such as Korper, Nobody, Insideout, Impromptus, Dido and Aeneas, Dialoge 09 for the opening of the Neues Museum in Berlin and Maxxi for the inauguration of the Museum of 'Modern Art in Rome.

In 2012 he was assistant choreography for the resumption of Sasha Waltz's creation Nobody at the Göteborg Ballet.

In 2013 she took part in Sasha Waltz's new creation, Sacre.

In these years he collaborates again with the choreographer Noa Dar in Arnica and with Roberto Zappalà for only Instrumet 2, the suffering of the body.

In 2014 he dances again with Sasha Waltz in Orfeo and in 2015 he continues his collaboration with Sasha Waltz in Romeo and Juliette.

Since 2005 she has deepened her commitment to teaching contemporary dance in its various forms, combining and reworking them in a completely personal sense, between release technique, dance theater, contact and improvisation.

In recent years he has been teaching in international centers such as Suzanne Dellal Center (Tel Aviv) and the Jerusalem Academy (Jerusalem), Scenario Pubblico (Catania) and IALS (Rome), SEAD (Salzburg), Burkley University (California), to name a few.

At the same time he began his choreographic path, creating from 2005 to today, numerous choreographies in independent projects, commissioned by professional academies such as Modem in Catania and SEAD in Salzburg, companies based on "Guests Choreographers" and last but not least, projects supported by Festivals such as Curtain Up of Tel Aviv.

His works are represented in international festivals such as Aerowaves, Tanec Praha, OperaEstate, Festival de la Citè and others.




A ROYAL BIRD / The Queen

Choreography and direction Luciano Padovani

Dance: Alice Carrino

Baroque music and original sounds: Diego Dall'Osto

Costume: Lucia Lapolla


Duration: 15 minutes


The destructuring of power.

I started with Baroque iconography and Van Eyck's painting.

Fascinated by the rigorous and austere figures of the queens always depicted with enormous ruffs, whitewashed or embellished faces, long and rich damask cloaks.

The power in the maximum of its representation. But power is perhaps only a facade that reveals an unsuspected and human fragility.





Choreography and direction: Luciano Padovani

Dance: Elisa Spina

Costumes: Lucia Lapolla


Duration: 15 minutes


A play of lights to discover a world of images. Dense atmospheres to tell smells, tastes, sounds. A journey into the mystery.



Choreography and direction: Jorge Jakas (Israel / Spain)

Dance: Jessica D'Angelo and John (puppet) by Mauro Zocchetta

Costumes: Lucia Lapolla


Duration: 15 minutes


The young Israeli-Spanish author has created a piece that explores, through the thought of Roland Barthes, the love universe understood as 'momentum'.

A lost love, a last dance done together. Memories that run after each other, nostalgia for him.

A piece with a bittersweet flavor, where irony and strength come together thanks to the strength of the two performers.

Lei Jessi, he John (a puppet made by set designer Mauro Zocchetta)




Resident choreographers

Three-year period 2018-2020

Artistic residences in TE.MA

Essere Creativo

Futura Scena

Young choreographers

Young Up!

Audience development


Occhi da Marziani

Tratti in Movimento

Film Dance Review

Interfaccia Digitale

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