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Tino Caspanello

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Name  Tino Caspanello

Role  Playwright
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Tino Caspanello is an Italian playwright, actor, set designer, and director.



Tino Caspanello was born in Pagliara, Messina province, Italy. In 1983 he graduated in Scenography at the Academy of Fine Arts Pietro Vannucci in Perugia and in the 1993 he founded the theatre company Teatro Pubblico Incanto. He starded to write plays in 1990. In 2003 his text Mari (The sea) received the Special Prize of the Jury of Premio Riccione. In 2008 Tino Caspanello received the prize of the National Association of Theatre Critics as playwright and director.

Original Plays

  • Blues
  • Orli
  • Niño
  • Kyrie
  • Agnus
  • Quadri di una rivoluzione
  • Quasi notte
  • 1 - 2 p. m.
  • 1952 a Danilo Dolci
  • Interno
  • Terre
  • Sira
  • Fragile
  • Ecce homo
  • Nta ll'aria
  • Malastrada
  • Rosa
  • Mari : Special Jury Prize, Riccione Prize for Theater 2003; This a lovely musical duet in the dialect of Messina, dedicated by the author to all those who "love without words". It is the prolonged and repetitive goodbye of a husband, who is scared of fishing alone, to his wife, who speaks incessantly in order to delay her return to the kitchen. Here too a voice vibrates sporadically interested in language, and casting the invisible net of a love spell, which traps movement to the rhythm of its score, and binds the two poignant figures to the sea night.
  • Kiss
  • Passio Domini
  • Di notte gli angeli
  • Andante con brio, quasi una fuga
  • Intermezzo estivo con serenata
  • Publications

  • Salvo novel - Caracò Editore - Italy 2016
  • Polittico del silenzio - Editoria & Spettacolo - Italy 2016 (the book contains: Ecce Homo, Kyrie, Agnus)
  • Tableaux d'une révolution - Presses Universitaires du Midi - France 2015
  • Quadri di una rivoluzione di Tino Caspanello - Editoria & Spettacolo - Italy 2013 (the book contains: Quasi notte, Quadri di una rivoluzione, 1952 a Danilo Dolci, Terre, 1 - 2 p.m.)
  • Teatro di Tino Caspanello - Editoria & Spettacolo 2012 - Italy (the book contains: Mari, Nta ll'aria, Malastrada, Rosa, Interno, Sira, Fragile)
  • A l'air libre - Editions Espaces 34 - France 2012
  • Mer - Editions Espaces 34 - France 2010
  • Nta ll'aria on Senza Corpo, voci dalla nuova scena italiana - Minimum Fax - Italy 2009
  • Malastrada on Hystrio magazine, n. 4 - 2010 - Italy
  • Mari on Hystrio magazine, n. 2 - 2005 - Italy
  • References

    Tino Caspanello Wikipedia

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