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Nobili e Servi - Una storia lombarda 27/10
A story deeply tied to Villa Arconati, but which brings with it reflections on art and on the all-human desire to become, in one way or another, eternal.
Via Fametta, Castellazzo di Bollate
Sunday 27/10, 8:30 pm € 15.00
Possibility of themed aperitif from 19:15 € 10 (booking recommended at 393.6638140)
NOBLE AND SERVANTS. A Lombard story
A fun comedy in Milanese dialect and Italian language that tells the story of the construction of the Castellazzo degli Arconati from the living words of those who were protagonists of the genesis of this place: the count Galeazzo Arconati. Galeazzo Arconati was the one who started the project to transform the medieval building into a "delight villa". To him we owe the arrival in the villa of the imposing statue of Pompeo Magno, which for centuries arouses the admiration of those who are able to see it live.
The Count Arconati was also the owner of the Atlantic Code by Leonhardo Da Vinci and it was he who donated this unique text to the Ambrosian Library in Milan in 1637.
Galeazzo Arconati had an illegitimate son ... Father Luigi Maria Arconati, Dominican friar.
What role did the son of Galeazzo play in donating the Code?
Nobility and servitude are the two faces of a story that tells of Castellazzo and its beauty that smells of eternity.
by Carlo Dones
with The Lost Time Company
Alice De Angelis
directed by Jacopo Veronese
costumes Barbara Barbini and Paolo Piovesan
photographs Simone Boniardi and Alberto Negri
Sunday 27/10, Replica 24/11
7:15 pm aperitif with some themed dishes
8:30 pm start of the show