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The 95 theses - a story of Luther

via Ruggero di Lauria 22, Rome, Italy

and project director Joseph Cerrone and Anthony Small Raffaele Ausiello | Sergio Del Prete | Stephen Alexander Ferraro Paschitto | Anthony Little Theatre production In Fabula Theatre Millelire | From November 21 to 30 Ruggero di Lauria, 22 Rome Drawn thinking to texts by John Osborne Roland H. Bainton, Luther Blissett, the story of Luther as a pretext historical events, while respecting its history and roles, and set his parable in the loneliness of modern man, the fearful looking for references of our day. The Luther of this work is first and foremost Martin, a man who claims to those who impose the rules of respect and to prove the correctness. Luther and history are interwoven with the human condition of the world today: What happens when a man loses sight of its landmarks, and what happens to consciousness when the ideal of justice is incarnate in a social structure arbitrary and corrupt? And 'indifferent that in 1500 this structure was the church, now one could speak of the state or a thousand other complex legal entity born with the vocation to increase justice and well-being. It was exactly 500 years (it was 1514 AD) by decision of Pope Leo X granted a plenary indulgence to anyone who donated money for the construction of St. Peter's Basilica, but the critical question to be part of an unjust social system is than ever. 95 The thesis is a show played by actors of 2014, we can tell a story of Martin Luther. A history of 500 years old, although you would not see it. "The 95 Theses" is neither a defense of Luther, nor a conviction. It is rather a eulogy of the doubt and critical thinking. This is the twentieth century and the post-modern wonder about themselves through the use of a symbolic figure (in spite of?) Breaking, splitting, revolution, understood more than ever in its etymological sense: revolutio, -onis <= revolvere return back to the starting point through a path, a journey completed. Watch the trailer at the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxuZXbR8jUk

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from 22 to 30 November 2014



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