eVenti Verticali’s Quadro
eVenti Verticali’s Cubo
2022/2023 Tour Dates
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“Like any good game, Wanted keeps you enthralled, entertained and hanging on to see the next move from beginning to end.”
– David Warner, Creative Loafing
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“One of kind!”
“Compelling from the very beginning!”
“Thank you for all of the joy!”
– Audience responses posted on reviewashow.com
Quadro is a dream come true. The dream of dancing on a flying wall.
A structure made of aluminium truss hangs by a crane while supporting a 50 square meter cloth.
An aerial vertical stage for dancers, circus artists and musicians.
Serving both as a stage and a screen, it can be used to project either images or videos, according to the needs of the event. The presence of team of experts in high safety standards guarantees for the safety of both the performers and the audience during the shows.
So far, Quadro has been adapted to different projects in order to meet the needs of different organizers. This not only has always resulted in unique performances, but has also allowed us to make some useful research on the field regarding the wonderful world of aerial structures.
Cubo is a Volume in Flight.
A three-dimensional stage suspended in the void, a kaleidoscope of shapes and colors in continuous mutation, a play of bodies, lights, and shadows that blend into the color-changing structure.
Performers move in the Cube carrying the audience in a colorful swirl of images that every time comes out of the flying trunk.
It’s an ad-hoc project ready to capture different suggestions enriching itself every time with new details and traits.
Hailing from Italy, eVenti Verticali is under the artistic direction of Luca and Andrea Piallini. The Piallini Brothers founded eVenti Verticali in 2006 after uniting their performing careers: one based in theater, the other in circus and acrobatics.