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National Premiere
A REF co-production
In chorealization with La Fabbrica dell’Attore

Teatro Vascello
October 19th - 20th 2024
danza e teatro italiano - theatre

Martina Badiluzzi
Emily Brontë

Cime Tempestose (Wuthering heights)

Martina Badiluzzi turns to the famous novel by Emily Brontë to continue her investigation into female identity. A dialogue is born between the interior and the exterior, revealing a reflection on the ambivalence of human nature.


Martina Badiluzzi: director, author and performer. She trained studying with Anatolij Vasil’ev, the artistic duo Deflorian/Tagliarini, Lucia Calamaro, Brazilian director Christiane Jatahy, Joris Lacoste and Jeanne Revel, Agrupación Señor Serrano and Romeo Castellucci. In 2019, she won the Venice Biennale’s “Biennale College Directors Under 30” call for entries with the show “The making of Anastasia,” whose direction and dramaturgy straddles theater and cinema. As a performer, she was engaged in the international tour of “Avremo ancora l’occasione di ballare insieme,” a show by the Deflorian/Tagliarini company. In March 2022, she premiered at the Haydn Foundation in Bolzano, Italy, the musical theater opera “Silenzio”; her original libretto and direction. He directs and writes “Penelope,” a show co-produced by Romaeuropa Festival, and “Cattiva sensibilità” inspired by Charlotte Brontë’s opera. She is assistant director to Nanni Moretti for the show “Diari d’amore” on texts by Natalia Ginzburg. In recent years she has dedicated herself to the study of performance languages, in search of a possible dialogue between writing, the performer and the stage.


direction and dramaturgy: Martina Badiluzzi
with Arianna Pozzoli and Loris De Luna
dramaturg: Giorgia Buttarazzi
collaboration on dramaturgy: Margherita Mauro
scenes: Rosita Vallefuoco
sound and music: Samuele Cestola
lights: Fabrizio Cicero
movement dramaturgy: Roberta Racis
press office: Linee Relations


Production Credits

production: Cranpi, CSS Teatro stabile di innovazione of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Romaeuropa Festival
with the contribution of MiC – Ministry of Culture
with the support of Teatro Biblioteca Quarticciolo