"Claudio Montagna is a subtle charmer. Theatre is an intimate vocation of his, which he knows how to grasp and animate beyond all officialdom and appointed places. He applies a calibrated wisdom, choosing to knowingly renounce all overt spectacular aspects in favour of a narrative so apparently plain and confidential that it becomes magnetic and enveloping.
The six narratives contained in the book are accompanied by reflections by outstanding spectators invited to attend the performances: a magistrate, a theologian, a historian, a critic and a theatre theorist. (from the foreword by Alfonso Cipolla