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August 6, 2022 @ 9:30 pm - 11:30 pm€25,00
the recital written and performed by Drusilla Foer, which has now become a cult.
A name, that of Madame Foer, which La Versiliana has known well for some time for having hosted it with great success twice in recent years. Even stronger after the Sanremo revelation, Drusilla has accepted the invitation to return to the Versiliana stage for the third time and will do so, no doubt in grand style, on Saturday 6 August 2022 with her recital “Eleganzissima – Estate”
Eleganzissima is a journey through the anecdotes drawn from the extraordinary life of Madame Foer, lived between Italy, Cuba, America and Europe, and studded with encounters and great friendships with people out of the ordinary and famous people, between the real and the likely. The recital, full of live music and songs, reveals a little of her: familiar for her stories so confidential and unique about her, even though those memories are exceptional and of her alone. The audience is involved in a journey into the unordinary reality of a truly extraordinary character, in an alternation of moments that tear laughter and others of moving intensity. The artistic direction is by Franco Godi , also present on stage for a cameo on guitar, while the production is of his Best Sound.
A resounding and consolidated success and now a cult format, Eleganzissima is staged in a revisited version, enriched with new stories and new songs, including some unpublished, which Drusilla interprets live, accompanied by her musicians Loris di Leo at the piano and Nico Gori on sax and clarinet.
Actress, singer, successful author, in October 2021 Drusilla published her first autobiographical novel, You don’t know shame – my very elegant life, published by Mondadori and already in its third reprint. Back from a very intense year between TV and radio, Drusilla at the end of September 2021 was the protagonist of a sumptuous project at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, at the opening of the 74th Cycle of Classics, as a narrator on the stage of l’Histoire du Soldat – music by Igor Stravinskij, libretto by Charles Ferdinand Ramuz – in the version of director Giancarlo Marinelli, with André De La Roche in the role of the Devil (and choreographer) and Beatrice Venezi as conductor.