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In Performance: Go down, MosesRomeo Castellucci June 9-12, 2016 (NYCish)

American Premiere
Go down, MosesRomeo Castellucci
Jun 9 7:30 pm; Jun 10 7:30 pm; Jun 11 8:00 pm; Jun 12 3:00 pm BUY TICKETS

“Staggering…enigmatic…revolutionary” – Télérama (France)

Italian director Romeo Castellucci, one of the most innovative artists of our time, returns to Peak Performances with a modern meditation on the story of Moses. He uses the rich palette of the prophet’s experiences to examine themes of abandonment, exile, truth and falsehood. Taking inspiration both from the Book of Exodus and the William Faulkner novel, Castellucci is a painter using the stage as his canvas, taking us beyond words with theatrical magic and awe.

Learn more about Romeo Castellucci in The New York Times

Ben Brantley on Romeo Castellucci’s “On the Concept of the Face…” at Peak Performances in 2013

Roslyn Sulcas on Romeo Castellucci’s production of Schönberg’s “Moses und Aron”

75 minutes, no intermission. In Italian with English subtitles.



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