Viviani protagonist in the Museum of the underground

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Lalla Esposito

“E primme vase tuoie l’aggio avute io” is the title of the show, entirely dedicated to the texts and compositions by Raffaele Viviani, who the Neapolitan actress and singer Lalla Esposito will stage, Friday, January 22, at 21.30, in the evocative spaces of the Underground Museum of Naples. With entrance from Piazza Cavour 140.

An unusual journey through the words and life of the great actor, playwright, composer, poet and Italian writer, who loved to stage the truth, misery, and injustice that marked it his scripts and his songs with a sparse language, harsh and sharp, far from the style that made the theater caught exclusive of the upper classes, allowing them to combine deep content the ability to make them usable a bit ‘at all.

A unique opportunity to see and evoke to life, for a few hours, his street urchins-devils, the guappi-principles, prostitutes-or his angels-anime characters so loved by the public.

“Viviani moves me every time that I play for the fragility of his characters”, says Lalla Esposito, who to this date only, will be accompanied on the piano by Mimmo Napolitano, on sax and clarinet by Peppe di Colandrea and bass Luigi Sigillo.

Before the show, on request, at 20, you can visit the Museum of the Underground in the company’s characteristic Munaciello and taste wine and typical Neapolitan produce.

The ticket price is 15 Euros (concert only), 20 Euros: happy hour + concert.

Info and reservations: 081 863 1581 – 339 18 88 611