Atti Osceni is the show that traces the history of the three trials for homosexuality suffered by Oscar Wilde: at the Teatro Bellini in Naples.
The actor Moisés Kaufman brings on stage at Bellini Theater of Naples lo spettacolo Obscene Acts: Three Processes to Oscar Wilde. Replicas will continue from 28 January to 2 February 2020.
The anarchic freedom of the artist
Oscar Wilde is one of the most strongly symbolic characters in the history of the LGBT community. The story of the three processes for homosexuality faced by the playwright during his life, and the next sentenced to forced labor, are put on the scene by nine actors that interpret various roles and tell the story from different perspectives.
The historical reconstruction
The show has the objective of reconstruct the historical reality of the process through reading official documents and deeds, to give back to the spectators a kind of direct testimony of what happened centuries ago and which is still so dramatically current.
Information on Obscene Acts: Three Processes to Oscar Wilde
Where: Bellini Theater, Via Conte di Ruvo, Naples
When: from 28 January to 2 February 2020
- First Sector: 32 Euro, reduced 28 Euro
- Second Sector: 27 Euro, reduced 23 Euro
- Third Sector: 22 Euro, reduced 18 Euro
- Under 29 years: 15 Euro
- Evening show 21 hours: 00
- 29 January and 1 February afternoon show: 17 hours: 30
- 2 afternoon show February: 18 hours: 00
Information and contacts: Official site