The musical I have a dream, in memory of the dreams of justice of many oppressed countries, was born and inspired by the project Speak Truth To Power: Robert F. Kennedy's Global Justice and Human Rights initiative that through the experiences and stories of brave defenders around the world aims to educate students and communities on human rights.
The show is played by six boys, between the ages of 10 and 15, with the support of singers and musicians: Roberto Garniga - horn and vocals, Alessandro Martinelli - piano and vocals, Andrea Ferroni - violin; and on guitar from the Jan Novak Music School, Franco Giuliani, the singers Daniela Sannicolò and Federica Boratti, and Debora Comper on percussions and vocals. The opera has also been translated into English.
TRACK AND LANGUAGE OF THE SHOW
The Musical was written for singing, chorus, violin, piano, guitar, flute and horn. Six young people from areas devastated by war, poverty, social injustice, dictatorships have all been invited by a Humanitarian Foundation to an International Ethnic Music Festival to tell and sing their story. There is the soldier boy from Rwanda, a child of South Africa, the orphan girl from Afghanistan, a child from Vietnam, a daughter of the Desaparecidos. In the first part of the show, the boys on their way to Italy talk about who they are, where they come from, what they saw and suffered. The second part is dedicated to the Festival: with music, singing and acting, the boys give life to their stories.
May 14, 2015: the Councilors for Education and Culture of the Province of Trento in collaboration with the R. Kennedy Foundation and the Department of Education of the Municipality of Rovereto organize the show for the students of the Province of Trento, at the Rosmini theatre of Rovereto.
May 15, 2015: at the parish theatre of Villa Lagarina Emergency organizes the show.
July 3-4, 2015: within the event Invisible Cities in Rovereto, with the organization of the Opera Campana dei Caduti Foundation, the children participate with two performances.
October 11, 2015: the SMART Association, Cinformi and the Department of Culture of the Municipality of Rovereto, organize the show at the Smart Lab in Rovereto within the Maremosso Festival, also giving voice to a boy from Mali who escaped from his land.
October 24, 2015: Replica in Castelletto di Brenzone (Verona) in support of Medici Senza Frontiere.
November 14, 2016: representation aimed at the institutes of Trentino at the school of Pomarolo.
January 16, 2017: performance in English at the Teatro Rosmini in Rovereto
11.10.2015 Smart Lab of Rovereto (TN) 1°part
11.10.2015 Smart Lab of Rovereto (TN) 2°part
4.4.2019 Malta - Archbishop's Seminary School of Rabat