Is the real reason behind the restlessness of our current era due to the fact that we cannot share our private thoughts with one another?
IN.QUIETA ROOMS refers to the two rooms in which Quieta and her husband live. Both suppress the expression of their inner desires, and their relationship decays into a meager routine. Distorted ideas about life, and the confusion of appearance with reality lead the couple into a seemingly dead-end situation. In his latest creation, the choreographer Nunzio Impellizzeri guides the focus of his storytelling between obscure dramatic art and emotional, stylistically fascinating scenes.



"IN.QUIETA ROOMS, conceived and choreographed by Nunzio Impellizzeri, examines the dialectic between identity of form and temporality. The dancers’ bodies are blurred figures inside the essential frame of space, light and sound in which they dinamically turn into performance outlining, with remarkable ability, the many tones and gradations of contemporary art."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Michele Olivieri (CID and Dance Promoter)  




10th February 2017 - Theater am Gleis, 20.15 – Winterthur 

Further performances 

11th February 2017 - Theater am Gleis, 20.15 – Winterthur 
12th February 2017 - Theater am Gleis, 19.00 – Winterthur 

15th February 2017 - Grabenhalle, 20.00 - St. Gallen 





Artistic Direction / Concept and Choreography Nunzio Impellizzeri
Originalmusic Selma Mutal
Dancers Irene Andreetto, Albert Garcia
Choreographic assistance Mara Mischol
Light Designer Marco Policastro
Stage Nunzio Impellizzeri, Jens Dreske
Video Yves De Pra

Costumes Nunzio Impellizzeri
Public Relations Sinikka Jenni
Graphic and Web MKS, RB engineering
Production management Manfred Dachs

IN.QUIETA ROOMS is supported by Kanton Zürich Fachstelle Kultur, Stadt Winterthur, Schweizerische Interpretengesellschaft, Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft des Kantons Zürich, Dr. Adolf Streuli Stiftung, Walter Haefner Stiftung, Migros Kulturprozent, Lienhard Stiftung, Fachstelle Kultur Stadt St. Gallen, Theater am Gleis Winterthur.