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Italy 2014: Wednesday at the Puccini Theater in Milan "La leggenda del pallavolista volante"

 
Two time world champion Andrea Zorzi
 

Rome, Italy, April 22, 2014. Among the activities for the promotion of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Italy 2014, that will be played in Italy from September 23 to October 12, there is also the tour of "La leggenda del pallavolista volante".

The play directed by Nicholas Zavagli is focused on the autobiographical performance of Andrea Zorzi, a volleyball champion of the 1990s that relives, ironically, the stages of his career and the great victories of the Italian national team.

The show produced by the Compagnia Teatri d’Imbarco, is included in the program called "Pallavolando verso il Mondiale" that will be performed in all the towns of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship Italy 2014.

Each performance will be followed by a talk show in which some of the protagonists of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Germany 2002, will retrace the highlights of this wonderful adventure, sharing with the audience anecdotes and emotions.

Stages

Milano: 23 Aprile - Teatro Elfo Puccini
Bari: 6 Maggio - Teatro Nuovo Palazzo
Verona: 15 Maggio - Teatro Camploy
Roma: 20 Maggio - Gran Teatro
Trieste: 23 Maggio - Teatro La Contrada
Modena: 12 Settembre - Festival Della Filosofia





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