The two texts of Stelle della sera (Evening Stars) are included in the same collection, Tele (Clothes): five little tragedies of the same scene. It is, in reality, five stages on a way that proceed toward the dissolution of the character and the progressive put on the scene the spectator giving to the theatrical technologies (for instance, sound machines in different places, lights in function of the characters, music as an element of composition) the task of create a tense atmosphere and strongly oriented to the reactions of the spectator. These tragedies offer themselves not just as a little, repeatable “piece of atrocities” but also and above all as an attempt of “musical” theatre and so, finally, as a study on the concept catharsis.

On one hand, therefore, is simple to trace in these texts the prosecution of the same technological paroxysm that isolates the theatrical larvae of the last Beckett’s work (starting from the television one), on the other hand the progressive reduction of the scenic space in a “plot” (or even in a residual material dripping on each every single spectator) transforms the whole theatrical ambient (not just the stage) in a parallel world, covertly psychotic (as though we will end up, from the quiet of our pit, in a suction and “focusing” in a screen). It is a sensorial theatre (or of sensorial iper-stimulations) and of their echo-room: a theatre that tries to involve in the action the physical as well the perception of the spectator, by virtue of that, “one’s”, theatre (lights, sounds, images, stage, stall) absolutely unrepeatable also in the most emotionally, sensitively, mass-medial representation.