“Dealing with the classics as if they were contemporary texts and with contemporary texts as if they were classical texts”. Since 2009, Il Mulino di Amleto has been following this double path. Its shows, directed by Marco Lorenzi, have travelled all over Italy and have also reached China and Switzerland.
In 2014 the Teatro Stabile di Torino/Teatro Nazionale co-produced Goldoni’s The Lovers and over the years has entrusted the group’s director with four other works.
In 2015 the company presents Mahagonny by B. Brecht at the Festival delle Colline Torinesi, and in 2016 is at the Festival GIOCATEATRO in Turin with Giardinetti, its first show for children’s theater.
The Misanthrope by Molière in 2017 was born in collaboration with La Corte Ospitale and won the audience award of Campo Teatrale “Theatrical Mass” among 407 nominations. In 2017 the company was a finalist in the Premio Scenario with Senza Famiglia by Magdalena Barile and won the SIAE Sillumina competition with Ruy Blas. Four paintings on identity and courage by V. Hugo, co-produced with TPE Teatro Piemonte Europa.
In 2018 Platonov. Just another way to say that happiness is elsewhere, rewriting Chekhov’s first work, is produced by Elsinor Theater Production Centre, TPE Teatro Piemonte Europa and Festival delle Colline Torinesi, with the support of La Corte Ospitale. Recently it has won Last Seen 2018 award organized by Krapp’s Last Post.