Italian theatre returns to stage in SudburyTuesday, January 22, 2013 by: SooToday.com Staff
LE MASCHERE LAURENZIANE
The Maschere Laurenziane present 'Le bocce della morte' (The Deadly Bocce Balls)
SUDBURY, ON - For the XXI consecutive year, Le Maschere Laurenziane – a student theatre group housed in Laurentian University’s Italian Department – will present their annual theatre production on February 8-9-10, 2013.
This year they will stage “Le bocce della morte” (The Deadly Bocce Balls), an original play written by Italian professors Diana Iuele-Colilli and Christine Sansalone.
The play takes place in present day Sudbury. Bruno Rossetti is found dead in the bocce courts at the Caruso Club.
As his grieving wife Rita, family members, friends and neighbours try to figure out what exactly happened, they discover things they never knew about him.
There are many suspects.
Rita is convinced that her husband’s ex-lover was involved with his death.
Could it have been the neighbour, Pietro, who hated Bruno because he always stole jobs from him? Who did it?
To find out come and see Le bocce della morte which will be performed in the Alphonse Raymond Theatre at Laurentian University on Friday, February 8 (11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.), Saturday, February 9 (8 p.m.), and Sunday, February 10 (2 p.m.).
Tickets, which are $10 ($5 for students and children), are available at the Caruso Club, D & A Fine Meats, and Laurentian University (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures office).
For more information please call: 705-675-151, ext 4336.