Teatro del Drago

09 January 2015

Romanzo d'Infanzia - Compagnia Abbondanza/Bertoni

Domenica 18 gennaio 2015 ore 16.30 Artificerie Almagià
24 January 2014

Almagià in Festa/Gran ballo di Carnevale

Sabato 1 marzo 2014/Artificerie Almagià/Ravenna/Ore 15:30
24 January 2014

Il brutto anatroccolo

Domenica 16 febbraio 2014/Artificerie Almagià/Ravenna/ore 16:30

Based in Ravenna, Italy, TEATRO DEL DRAGO is the puppet theatre company of the Monticelli family, established in 1820 by Ariodante Monticelli. Today, brothers Mauro and Andrea represent the fifth generation in this unbroken family tradition.

Teatro del Drago follows two distinct artistic directions: tradition and experimentation. The tradition that informs their art and craft is as ancient as that of the Roman theatre, the Italian puppet theatre, and Commedia dell'Arte. But Teatro del Drago is also at the forefront of experimentation with their ability to combine puppetry and shadow, text and physical performance, making Teatro del Drago a renowned theatre company in Europe.

Since 1983 the company has performed in numerous major festivals in Europe, Asia, and Afric

In june 2012 in the city of Chengdu, China, the company participated at the 21st edition of '' UNIMA Congress and World Puppetry Festival" with three performances of"Pinocchio, a musical show for puppets, actors and wooden puppet" .In june 2012 in the city of Chengdu, China, the company participated at the 21st edition of '' UNIMA Congress and World Puppetry Festival" with three performances of

"Pinocchio, a musical show for puppets, actors and wooden puppet" .In june 2012 in the city of Chengdu, China, the company participated at the 21st edition of '' UNIMA Congress and World Puppetry Festival" with three performances of

In the same year in November , the members of the company were called as Stieren Guest Artists at the Trinity University of San Antonio in Texas , to works as teachers of puppetry with the Professor Roberto Prestigiacomo who committed the company to help students of the Department of Human Communication and Theatre in the production of "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare. The company returned in Texas in november 2015.