A Year Later
This one-act play, written specifically for this renowned pair of actors, retells 30 years from two lives. The text, an original piece by Tony Laudadio, uses fragments to recompose, in 30 flashes from 30 days (one day per year), the story of two people who work in the same office, and are forced to permanently share the same physical place.
Two desks, two employees and a daily alienation which has lasted for 30 years. Microscenes of ordinary office life, the inevitable weaving of desires, frustrations and secrets of two colleagues who are forced to share much of their human existence.
Tony Laudadio (Troisi Prize Award and Girulà Prize Award) has a brilliant, effective dialogue, oscillating between reflection, squabble, sarcasm and an existential story, both bitter and tender, that makes you smile and reflect, thanks to the sparkling and proven on- stage rapport of the two actors.
- Theatre Company
- Onorevole Teatro Casertano/Teatri Uniti
- Parental rating
- Parental rating information not available.
- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Tony Laudadio
- Tony Laudadio
- Enrico Ianniello, Tony Laudadio
- Teatro Nuovo di Napoli - Naples - Italy
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