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Manca solo la domenica

One stellar actress – Licia Maglietta. One accordion player. Two entertainers at the service of Borina Serrafalco, an ugly yet lively woman. Based on a story by Sicilian writer Silvana Grasso about women and men, this piece has been a smashing touring success.

A rather unattractive Sicilian woman who looks likely to remain a spinster is forced to marry Liuzzo Cataldo, a carpenter with a revolting skin condition. “For their dowry, they each contributed their own imperfections,” explains our narrator, Licia Maglietta, before stepping into the role of Borina. Liuzzo, however, is forced to emigrate to Australia and never returns. A single, insignificant woman in a village in Catania, Borina decides to create an identity for herself: she will be the widow of six men – six different lives, one for each day of the week, each buried in a different cemetery. Only Sunday is left...

Licia Maglietta Borina Serrafalco / Vladimir Denissenkov russian accordion

setting Licia Maglietta / costumes Katia Esposito / lighting Cesare Accetta / sound Daghi Rondanini

technical director Lello Becchimanzi / dressmaker Sofia Francescutto

produced by Teatri Uniti

show in Italian subtitled in Catalan
length 1h. 20' no interval

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