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Event: This Other Thing
Direction: Online.
Countries: Italy and Spain.
Date: May 16 2021
Time: 7:30pm (Madrid/Rome Time)

A Micro-Theatre Duologue
Inspired by the memories of Heinz Heger,
Pierre Seel, Rudolf Brazda and other gay survivors

by Armando Rotondi
Read by Jonathan Floyd and Kate Firth
Produced by Ad Est del Mondo and IDEA, with the kind support of the IAB
Filmed at the IAB Theatre by Samarth Trivedi
Premiered for the first time at the 12th Online Performance Arts Festival, 4th July 2019

Incipit: “The man is sitting in a chair. He stares straight ahead, hands folded on his knees. He is like sitting in front of a court during a trial. But he is not a witness. He is like a defendant, a perennial accused who has the chance to speak but who already knows he will be considered guilty…”

Re-presented on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, May 17th 2021.

Production as a part of the national programme of “Il Maggio dei Libri 2021”

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Event: Ghettoknowus#04
Direction: Collettivo In The Ghetto:
Francesca Puopolo
Davide Oberto
Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo
Date: May 17
Time: from 5 pm to 7 pm cest
Info: radio show  on Radio Banda Larga focusing on LGBTQIA+ issues and  specifically  on the DDL ZAN currently  being dissussed in the Italian parliament hopefully leading at a  long time needed  law in italy against  homophobia,  transphobia, misogyny and abilism

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