A sharp, disarmingly astute comment on the world of pharmaceuticals and wellbeing. With its rhythmic, paired down dialogue, 10 mg explores an apparently stable family as a metaphor for dependence.
10 mg was a finalist for the Hystrio Prize, where it was awarded an Honourable Mention.
Italy Uncovered brings a new generation of Italian playwrights to the UK, with rehearsed readings of 5 very different, surprising new plays.
No pizza, no pasta, no ciao bella: Italian playwriting has undergone a renaissance in recent years, with a host of writers exploring contemporary Italian society with captivating stories as well as formal and stylistic innovation.
Join us for two revelatory evenings, as Italy Uncovered shows you a different side to this marvellous, contradictory, turbulent country
See the other plays as part of Italy Uncovered:
Sunday 17 November
Monday 18 November
Maria Teresa Berardelli
Maria Teresa Berardelli graduated from the Silvio D’Amico National Academy of Dramatic Art in 2008. In 2009 she won the Riccione/Tondelli Prize for her debut play, Sterile. Since then her work has been several awards, including the 6th Edition of Fersen Prize.
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