A work by Fabrizio Favale
Dancers Daniele Bianco and Vincenzo Cappuccio
Technical collaboration Alberto Trebbi
Supported by MIBACT – Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e Regione Emilia-Romagna
In collaboration with Arcigay Il Cassero Bologna, PerAspera Festival, Tropici – Angelo Mai, Spazio K Prato, Atelier Sì Bologna.


Photographs and Art Work Fabrizio Favale



Flowers will cover the year, and the Rohirrim will be under


Two young dancers work, in a fast and pulviscular way, on the identification of an oddity inside them , an enigma, something that in them and from them is seen as anomalous, different, difficult to place. The choreographic material that results is finally returned in the couple relationship. What they build is something abstract, yet full of intimate matters, untouchable, almost no choreographical, which remains there as it appeared.
Hood is one of two works with queer themes created by Fabrizio Favale in 2015. The other is titled Sant’Ingenuo. Although it differentiates itself radically in the used language and in the staging, the two works have in common a radical essentiality, which subtracts so much the will to say to make them pure “morphological unfolding”, who speaks from men, but also from the mountains, from the stones, from animals, from the trees.