Season 2017/2018

Rigoletto OperaCamion

Da Rigoletto
di Giuseppe Verdi


Ideazione e regia Fabio Cherstich
Scene, video e costumi Gianluigi Toccafondo

Rigoletto Andrii Ganchuk*
Il Duca di Mantova Domingo Pellicola*
Gilda Giulia Mazzola
Matteo Borsa Jaime Canto Navarro
Marullo Jan Antem
Sparafucile Akaki Ioseliani
Conte di Monterone Akaki Ioseliani
Contessa di Ceprano Sara Rocchi*
Maddalena Sara Rocchi*
Conte di Ceprano Johnny Bombino
Usciere Johnny Bombino
e con Valeria Almerighi

Assistente alla regia, luci e video Clara Gebbia
Assistente alla scene Francesca Ghermandi
Assistente ai costumi Michela Ruggieri
Assistente alla regia Ernesto Doñas*
Assistente alle luci Daniela Gullo*

Maestro alle luci Susanna Piermartiri*

* dal Progetto “Fabbrica” Young Artist Program del Teatro dell’Opera di Roma

“A year has gone by since the second edition of OperaCamion and the opera’s journey in town squares continues with the story of another central figure of music and literature: Rigoletto. One of the most well-known and represented compositions by Verdi leaves the theatre and meets spectators in Rome and Lazio in a reduced format, ready to dazzle with a company of singers, musicians, actors and technicians. The stage becomes an expressionist landscape made of narrow tunnels, false perspectives and dangerous gorges. The show expresses the spirit of the unbridled force of the character leading a double and cruel existence, a poetic and at the same time fragile Rigoletto forced to wear a hump as a mark of survival, in whose story, comic and tragic, farce and reality mix. With Gianluigi Toccafondo, who signs the visual setting for the project, we imagined this Operacamion Rigoletto as a melodrama from the early 1900s, a sequence of frames and scenes dense with action and emotion, where the deception and betrayal animating the court of the Duke of Mantova are woven into the desperate attempts of the court clown to save his daughter from Palace corruption which makes everything impure and vulgar. The truck doubles for the first time: The Palace becomes the container, acted above and under its sideboards. On the side a tower with a tunnel access – a hidden slide -: the world of Rigoletto, a treasure chest to hide Gilda, character inspired by Doctor Caligari’s Jane. A story, Rigoletto’s, with a twisted, relentless plot in which everything races to a tragic ending, in a whirling spiral of thrills and unforgettable musical scores. The voices of an international cast of young singers vibrates on the notes of the Opera di Roma’s young orchestra. Even this year Rigoletto – OperaCamion is ready to win the street audience with its vitality”.


Fabio Cherstich


  • Via Guido Fiorini / Piazza Muggia (Zona Ponte di Nona) – Municipio VI

    HOURS 21:00
  • Accumoli (Rieti) – Zona S.A.E. (Soluzioni Abitative Emergenza)

    HOURS 21:00
  • Amatrice (Rieti) – Zona C.O.C. (Centro Operativo Comunale)

    HOURS 21:00
  • Cittareale (Rieti) – parcheggio adiacente birrificio Alta Quota

    HOURS 21:00
  • Centro Elsa Morante, Piazzale Elsa Morante (Zona Laurentina) – Municipio IX

    HOURS 21:00
  • Borbona (Rieti) – Piazza Concezio Colandrea

    HOURS 21:00
  • Poggio Bustone (Rieti) – Piazza 10 marzo 1944

    HOURS 21:00
  • Biblioteca Renato Nicolini, via Mazzacurati 76 (Zona Corviale) – Municipio XI

    HOURS 21:00
  • Largo Nimis (Zona Labaro) - Municipio XV

    HOURS 21:00
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