Corvi, milioni e maschere. Gli spettacoli per ragazzi del Piccolo Teatro di Milano negli anni Cinquanta
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During the Season 1953/1954, the first show for children and young people was staged at the Piccolo Teatro of Milan: it was an adaptation of Il corvo by Carlo Gozzi, directed by Giorgio Strehler. During the following Season, another show for children was staged and broadcasted on RAI television: Qui comincia la sventura del signor Bonaventura, by Sergio Tofano. The direction was entrusted to Checco Rissone. It was one of the six comedies with which Tofano, one of the best-known theatre authors for children, brings on stage the famous protagonist of the comics he used to draw for the «Corriere dei Piccoli». The main objective of the two shows was to initiate children and young people in the experience of theatre: young people are the audience of future and the management of the Piccolo Teatro believed it was very important to let them approach the art of the stage since their infancy. For this reason, the two shows represented a change if compared with the widest part of the theatre production for children up to that moment: they do not have, in fact, a pedagogic aim from the point of view of contents; they do not aim at morally edifying their audience. Their aim is to contribute to the creation, through a show of high artistic level, of taste and sensibility in the young spectators.
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