by Francesco Randazzo, directed by Laura Caparrotti, with Francesco Andolfi, Edmund Lewis, Francesco Meola
STAGED READING – IN ENGLISH
• Monday, May 18 at 6:00pm at BAAD (2474 Westchester Ave, Bronx)
SYNOPSIS – Midnight: a suspended time when anything is possible. Ghosts are back, as well as the past from which one has escaped. In this oblique time Lorenzo, a priest in a nowhere parish, hiddening from himself and his homosexuality, receive the disturbing visit from Saverio. He suddenly burst into the priest’s room, asking to be confessed by his ex friend and companion. The confession becomes a duel with no winner.
Francesco Randazzo is a director and writer. He is born in Sicily, lives in Rome and often travels abroad. Many of his works have been published: plays, poms, short stories and one novel. He has been awarded at many National and International Festivals, some of his plays were translated in English, French, Spanish and Czech. He himself translated contemporary plays and poems from French and Spanish into Italian.