4 dancers each under a spotlight dressed in black
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Omertà

Gan Matteo Marfoglia

Gwybodaeth ynghylch y cynhyrchiad
10 munud
8+

Mae Omertà yn ymwneud â rôl merched yng nghymdeithas Maffia’r Eidal, ac, yn hanesyddol, sut yr oedd eu bywydau, eu profiad a’u straeon yn cael eu cadw’n gudd yn aml. Mae’r ddawns yn dweud stori gormes, y llwybr i rhyddid ac anhawster datgelu’r gwirionedd.

"It is a work which brings awareness to the position and jobs of the female figure in South Italian mafia organisations and explores a route towards an unreachable freedom which some of those women look for all their life and sadly realising there might not be one.

My interest to create this work was to investigate deeper into the role of those women which is always characterised by its ambiguity and unclearness, and usually not acknowledged by the general public or the mafia organisation itself, but also to give them a platform to be heard and their stories to be told. I was also looking to try to move away from the stereotype figure that the general public has about women in Mafia organisations, I wanted to challenge that by stripping away those superficial ornaments and get to the real core and purpose of this particular role."

- Matteo Marfoglia

Tîm Creadigol

Coreograffi: Matteo Marfoglia
Cerddoriaeth: Domina De Miseria gan Faraualla
Dylunio Sain: Sarah Everson
Dylunio Golau: Leighton Thomas-Burnett

Dylunio Gwisgoedd: Rike Zoellner

Adolygiadau

“Darn pwerus ac emosiynol iawn.....stori drist a hiraethus sy’n cael ei bwysleisio gan y gwir wnaeth ei hysbrydoli”

- Wales Arts Reviews

Galeri
4 dancers with heads facing up
selection of 4 images of individual dancers, 2 throwing water, 2 with veils over their faces
omerta 2 dancers holdibng hands forward with heads down