Eni is the main partner principal of the Energie da Tel Aviv, review that will run from 10 to 17 October, at the Teatro Franco Parenti in Milan.
This international event involves, for the first time in Italy, five of Israel’s most representative creative groups in dance, the performing arts and music.
The event begins on 10 October with Goldfish by Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollack, renowned around the world for their vibrant and ironic shows, with repeat performances on 11 and 12 October.
Goldfish, selected for their first performance in Italy, is a jewel that mixes theatre and dance in a triumph of imagination over reality for a an audience of all ages. From the smallest details of everyday life new worlds of poetry and irony open up and immerse the audience on a fantasy of infinite possibility.
Eni aims to facilitate a knowledge and awareness of the theatrical arts by bringing together two worlds, the technological and artistic, that are seemingly distant but in fact closely linked
The initiative is consistent with Eni’s support for the theatre and part of its social function in the Milan area and this review, which presents and promotes artists from different cultures and ethnicities, is fully in line with Eni’s international approach and its commitment to culture.