The actor retraces his career that has seen him protagonist in theater, cinema and television
irreverence, classics of his repertoire and a few pages of his life: these are the ingredients of ‘My fairy tale’, the new show by e with Giorgio Panariello scheduled for Friday 12 August at 9.15 pm at Fortress of Mont’Alfonso, in Castelnuovo di Garfagnana (Lucca), as part of the ‘Mont’Alfonso under the stars festival’. Tickets are available on the official website www.montalfonsoestate.it, on www.ticketone.it and in the Box Office points Tuscany. Panariello tells and tells himself, retracing in an unprecedented and current guise a career that has seen him protagonist in theater, cinema and television. Conceived and written during the months of lockdown, ‘La favola mia’ intertwines personal and artistic events, a journey through time that starts from Versilia, where the artist grew up and where he took his first steps, and where characters such as the lifeguard Mario and the bell ringer Merigo came to life. And then the meeting with Carlo Conti and Leonardo Pieraccioni, a friendship that goes beyond the many shared artistic experiences. The success of the film ‘Bagnomaria’, one of the highest takings for a first work of Italian cinema, and that of the TV program ‘Torno Sabato’, with peaks of 11 million spectators. To counteract painful family events rich in humanity: these too are part of the show because, as Panariello says: “ In every fairy tale there are beautiful things and others less beautiful, sharing them is much better than putting them aside ”. Scheduled in ancient fortresses and natural parks of the Apuan Alps and the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, ‘Mont’Alfonso sotto le stelle’ continues until 21 August. Umberto Tozzi, Danilo Rea, Fiorentina Chamber Orchestra are coming.