The Anfiteatro show season opens with a story, which is exciting and rich in nuances. Poised between meticulous patience and love for work, dedication to art and attention to detail, this is the irony of someone who wants to change the world with the smile of a child and the hands of a man. This someone is Claudio Onorato.
A kaleidoscopic interpreter of our everyday life, he plays perfectly the role of a modern minstrel capable of enchanting and surprising each spectator with his embroideries and his stories running one after the other on the shreds of paper the cutter spares. With skilful casualness and lightness, he guides us in his muffled worlds, which are inhabited by characters taken from our imagination and our childhood, and are recalled from our past in order to mellow difficult stories, which tell about war and money, capitalism and socialism, precarious social balances and monsters of our time such as terrorism and mafia.