On the night between 11 and 12 September 1599, Beatrice Cenci was beheaded because she was accused of the death of the violent head of the family: the dramatic story of the young Roman noblewoman who was executed for parricide and then became a popular heroine will relive in the ‘theatrical guided tour’ organized in Rome on Saturday at 9.30pm and then re-proposed on 9 and 31 July, by the Viaggi di Adriano association in collaboration with the theater company Fenix 1530 and Luca Basile Production. In Renaissance Rome, it will be Beatrice Cenci who will tell her story: dragged by events or strategist, innocent or guilty? Many questions and also many missed answers. “A bit of what happens even in the modern era, where the massacre of women does not stop”, underline the organizers, linking the event to the drama of femicides. “There have been about 40 dramatic events since the beginning of the year caused, in several cases, by husbands and exes, but also by companions, boyfriends or family members”, they recall when launching the ‘Victims of silence’ campaign. Don’t be complicit ‘which also includes a hashtag to post on social networks and a traveling desk in the three stages of the visits, through which the volunteers will illustrate “the importance of prevention and report any case of violence, which can then be forwarded anonymously. at [email protected] “. Spectators will also be invited to wear a red flower and observe a minute of silence in memory of Beatrice Cenci and all the victims of violence.
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