Leonardo comes back to life in Tokyo with an interview

(AGI) Tokyo, Feb 25 - The event "Being Leonardo Da Vinci, animpossible interview" kicked off its Japanese tour in Tokyo.The piece was written, directed and interpreted by MassimilianoFinazzer Flory. It will also be performed in Fukuoka, Nagoya,Kyoto and Osaka. It was organised and hosted by the ItalianCultural Institute in the Japanese capital, and performedbefore Italian Ambassador Domenico Giorgi. Michela Lucenti andAlessandro Pallecchi opened the show with a ballet scene, setup by Lucenti, and inspired by one of Leonardo's most famousworks, "The Vitruvian Man". The impossible interview isconducted in Japanese by

(AGI) Tokyo, Feb 25 - The event "Being Leonardo Da Vinci, animpossible interview" kicked off its Japanese tour in Tokyo.The piece was written, directed and interpreted by MassimilianoFinazzer Flory. It will also be performed in Fukuoka, Nagoya,Kyoto and Osaka. It was organised and hosted by the ItalianCultural Institute in the Japanese capital, and performedbefore Italian Ambassador Domenico Giorgi. Michela Lucenti andAlessandro Pallecchi opened the show with a ballet scene, setup by Lucenti, and inspired by one of Leonardo's most famousworks, "The Vitruvian Man". The impossible interview isconducted in Japanese by musician, Yukiko Mikami, who plays hercello to calls the stage Leonardo, personified by Flory. Theinterview includes an account of the childhood of theRenaissance genius, in civilian and military roles, therelationship between painting and science, painting andsculpture and painting and music. "Leonardo" also discussesanatomy and psychology, comments on his famous painting "TheLast Supper" and the figures of the Apostles. He also talksabout his relationship with religion, discusses the nature ofwater, makes prophecies that man will fly and gives opinionsand aphorisms that seem surprisingly modern.. .