metro Rome 21th july 2008
This is how Iíll make you aware of your creativity.
That which the Zen monk Pasquale Esposito promises is mainly an experience of knowledge. The appointment is in the Cineteatro in Via Valsolda No. 177 in the Montesacro district a cultural centre for professional and amateur actors. Some months ago the actor Pasquale Esposito gave other very successful evening performances.
"As you present yourself at a party", he told Metro, "that is the party that you will find". This is the fundamental principle.
It starts with the theatre and Mr. Esposito then leads his audience through individual and group exercises including a traditional Zen meditative exercise.
It starts with the theatre as a way of listen to life.
Pasquale Esposito was born in Naples and today can be seen in various serials including "La fuga degli innocenti", "Vento di Ponente", "Don Matteo" and in films. He has just finished shooting "When in Rome", a Walt Disney film shot in Rome starring Danny De Vito and Angelica Huston. He propose that the act of creating itís not about doing, instead itís about how to receive.