written by Lucia Franchi and Luca Ricci
inspired by the diaries of Margherita A. – Vanna G. – Enzo S.
preserved by Archivio Diaristico Nazionale in Pieve Santo Stefano
(Margherita Adamo’s diary is published by Giunti with the title “Centodieci e droga”)
with Mirco Ferrara, Federica Festa, Lucia Franchi
set design Enzo Fontana
original music Marco Baroncini
lighting design Luigi Burroni
directed by Luca Ricci
produced by CapoTrave and Associazione Antiche Prigioni
in collaboration with Regione Toscana and Teatrino dei Fondi di San Miniato (PI)
The script is inspired by three diaries preserved at the National Diary Archive in Pieve Santo Stefano. In the play, only one part of the three diarists’ lives is recounted: the moment they fell, unable to put their skills to use.
Their stories are linked by a cruel gospel tale: it is the parable of the talents, where those who always succeed in improving are rewarded, and those who backslide are punished.
One of Italy’s first female doctors, a painter, and a woman devoted to love and marriage bury their talents underground: this play explores how and why.