by Pier Lorenzo Pisano (Italy)
directed by Samuel Buggeln

One week from today: a man has had a mysterious encounter, one that might change everything. In a small room somewhere, a brilliant interrogator questions him about the experience. Through profound humor and startling twists, their conversation explores what it means to be human in the infinity of the universe. In the meantime, remember the Golden Record of sounds and images that went out on the Voyager rockets in 1977? What is up with those images? (Ithaca connection: Carl Sagan helped select them from his office at Cornell!)

Thu Apr 4 7:30pm // Fri Apr 5 7:30pm // Sat Apr 6 2:00
Thu Apr 11 7:30pm // Fri Apr 12 7:30pm // Sat Apr 13 2:00 & 7:30pm // Sun Apr 14 2:00

Carbonio was first produced in Italian in June 2022, by the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, directed by the playwright.

We are grateful to work with our season media sponsors: the Ithaca Times, Cinemapolis, and WRFI. These performances are made possible in part with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants program from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the office of the Governor and NYS Legislature, and from Tompkins County; administered by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County.