n his “Heroids”, Ovid imagines a collection of letters written by some of the most famous women of myth for their respective men who, for one reason or another, have abandoned them.

Massimo Monticelli wants to compose a new heroine here. Crossing a fragment of life, a letter becomes an opportunity to reflect on love, art and solitude. Two separate but simultaneous dramaturgy, the text and the movement, are juxtaposed through a practice that turns out to be an alienating strategy and allows the gaze to rest, through textual imagery, on the choreographic landscape, multiplying the possibilities of reading.