21 March 2016 Adriana De Leva, Art a part

Desaparecidos#43. Instabili Vaganti and the flowers of the testament
[…] This performance, presented by Instabili Vaganti, illustrated by a heartbreaking bilingual acting and by sounds, songs, images and corporeal gesture, is born within the international project Megalopolis, developed in 2012 in Mexico City and involving artists and students in order to communicate, upset and motivate the consciences of whom looks away from the annulment […]Continue reading "Adriana De Leva, Art a part"

20 March 2016 Emanuela Ferrauto, dramma.it

[…] MEGALOPOLIS is a “Experimentation and performing arts creation project in the global era” born in 2012 because of Anna Dora Dorno and Nicola Pianzola, in collaboration with the international performers team of the Instabili Vaganti International Laboratory (Swede/Norway/Italy/Korea) and with UNAM  Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México – Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco / UVA Unidad […]Continue reading "Emanuela Ferrauto, dramma.it"

11 March 2016 Maria Colucci, Mydreams.it

At Elicantropo Theatre lives againg the massacre of Mexiacan students
The performance is strong and tragic. […] Everything is lyric and powerful. This project is born after a work experience of the authors in Mexico, Uruguay and Argentina, and has availed itself of the collaboration of some students and their testaments. A denunciation theatre of today that tries to keep alive the freedom of expression, […]Continue reading "Maria Colucci, Mydreams.it"

11 March 2016 Anella Manzolillo, Eroica Fenice

Elicantropo Theatre: the hope of Desaparecidos#43
[…] The theatre teaches us that fighting for the ideals is never a defeat, because the fight and the fighters will never be forgotten. […] The theatre striked us, together with the voice of the internet, its musics, its complains, its cries: the 43 Desaparecidos are the voices for the 44, 45, 46 that will […]Continue reading "Anella Manzolillo, Eroica Fenice"

9 March 2016 Chiara Marsilli, Stratagemmi

[…] The bilingual writing – Italian and Spanish – returns with strength the voices of the Mexican students and of the families of the desaparecidos, and reveals the deep tie with the land that has generated it. […] The continuous twist of private and public celebrations tells a drama that blends the tragedy of a […]Continue reading "Chiara Marsilli, Stratagemmi"

15 February 2016 Stefano Serri, Concretamente Sassualo

The 43 blows. DESAPARECIDOS#43 makes its debut at Teatro delle Moline
A tragedy that became hashtag, #Megalopolisproject43, with the objective to involve everybody in an international project against the silence in order not to forget the 43 students of Ayotzinapa disappeared in Iguala, Mexico, on 26th September 2014. Thanks to this ‘Acción Global por Ayotzinapa’ we’re in a theatre that – mentioning Augusto Boal – puts […]Continue reading "Stefano Serri, Concretamente Sassualo"

15 February 2016 Simona De Nicola, Zeronincondotta

Desaparecidos#43: they wanted to bury us, but they didn't know we are seeds.
[…] Instabili Vaganti stages the dramatic event of the 43 Mexican students with Desaparecidos#43. This performance is the result of a research begun in Mexico and arrived in Uruguay and Argentina, and it’s a long and intense work of testaments and stories collection from the Mexican students involved in the international project Megalopolis. […]Continue reading "Simona De Nicola, Zeronincondotta"

12 February 2016 Daniela Camarda, Dramma.it

Desaparecidos#43: history of a recent past
The company Instabili Vaganti stages the history of a recent past, maybe forgotten too fast, thanks to two Mexican actors met during the artistic residence period in Mexico. Bodies, sounds, images, actions are moving to tell the dramatic event of 43 students disappeared on 24th September 2014 in Iguala, Mexico. […] The artistic performance brings […]Continue reading "Daniela Camarda, Dramma.it"

10 October 2015 Alessio Capponi, Unfolding Roma

[…] The emotions are really physical in the cold air of this unusual location. The gestures and the symbols on the stage begin to put the mind to work. […]  A physical and material theatre that entirely expresses the pain and the anger for such a great number of lives destroyed and forgotten. […] This […]Continue reading "Alessio Capponi, Unfolding Roma"