The Man with the Flower in His Mouth by Luigi Pirandello
The Man with the Flower in His Mouth both shocked and challenged audiences when first staged. Written by Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello in 1926, the plot centres on a random meeting of two strangers in a bar. As a writer, he was fascinated by human condition and human relationships. Set in the atmospheric Tea House Theatre, the production plays with realism and mysticism to celebrate the true spirit of Pirandello’s work.
The Man with the Flower in His Mouth by Pirandello is an ongoing project developed by Manuele Macaione, Dimitry Devdariani in collaboration with Rod Production. The piece is a research into the subconscious and questions the overlap between the relationship a Man, a Woman.
Production: The Man with the Flower in His Mouth
Producer: Manuele Macaione
Directed: Dimitry Devdariani
Lighting/Music design: Andrew Vizg
Photographer: Mike Embleton
Filming: Paul Rodriguez
Video editing: Paul Rodriguez
Actor: Manuele Macaione
Actor: Frederic D' Amore
Actress: Valeria Ljas
Venue: Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall