Jonathan Canini in
“I’m Going to Live with Myself”
The extraordinary comedian from Tuscany presents his new theater project, following the success of “Red Riding Hood Rough”
Show starts at 9 PM
Preparing to eat, setting up the washing machine, doing separate waste collection, ironing clothes, and turning on the heating. Scenes from everyday life that can become nightmares if it’s the first time. Jonathan Canini, a brilliant talent in the new Tuscan comedy scene, will be performing his brand new show “Vado a Vivere con Me” on Wednesday, November 15th at 9 pm at Teatro Goldoni.
Tickets are available on www.ticketone.it and at Boxoffice Toscana sales points www.boxofficetoscana.it/punti-vendita.
Jonathan Canini has left the nest of his mom and dad and has gone to live on his own. This hilarious experience is recounted by the actor and comedian in this show, which was written together with another comedy genius, Walter Santillo (who is also in charge of directing).
After the immense success of “Cappuccetto Rozzo” – over 25,000 spectators, three years of performances – Canini returns with the same verve that has made him popular on social media and in theaters, to tell the misadventures that we encounter when we move into our own home for the first time. The inspiration for the show comes from real events and extraordinary mishaps. And of course, all this is accompanied by the presence of his famous characters, who have made him famous and who never leave him completely.
Not yet thirty years old, Jonathan Canini is one of the successors to the Tuscan comedy tradition, which includes TV shows such as Vernice Fresca and Aria Fresca, and artists like Benvenuti and Nuti, Pieraccioni and Panariello, and even Ruffini and Ceccherini. His success owes a lot to the web and social networks, where Jonathan’s clips have hundreds of thousands of views. But Canini’s strength, since the very beginning, has been the direct contact with the audience on stage, in front of a real audience.
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