Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Così fan tutte: the trilogy Mozart – Da Ponte : a single performance presented in three consecutive evenings; the three performances conceived as a single project.
The trilogy presents different languages and characters but explores analogous themes: the investigation of human nature, the pursuit of happiness, the role of eroticism, the active and pervasive force of imagination and the infinite variations and meanings of disguise.
The mutability of the human soul is captured in the continuous oscillation of order and disorder, ecstatic balance, emotional earthquakes and unpredictable accelerations of meaning.
Mozart more than anyone else shows the strength of music in making the changing of feelings perceivable. We are faced with an author who thinks in theatrical terms and that has no limits in researching the vast possibilities of scenic writing.