A Better World Radio interview is with Italian-born writer, director & playwright Franco Moschetti about his latest theater piece off- Broadway, When Yellow Were the Stars on Earth, a WWII drama in which two heroic women, a female Jewish Resistance fighter and a German cabaret singer, transcend their positions as enemies by sacrificing their lives for one another. The play will be presented at the Cabrini Repertory Theater 13 performances in January 2014.
Franco Moschetti is a playwright and director of theater and film. He is the founder and Artistic Director of The Cabrini Repertory Theater, and creator of the Thespis and Venus/Adonis Theater Festival/Competitions. His recent work includes writing and directing War Is Over, a short film denouncing war, that was screened in Rome, Milan, Ghent, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Ottawa, New York, San Diego and Las Vegas. He also wrote and directed It Was A Girl, a short film that raised awareness about the controversial tragedy of abortion. It was screened at New York Film Academy in New York. In 2012, he directed co-wrote with Michele Farbman That is How I Left (thatishowileft.com), a powerful biographical play staged at the Living Theater to critical acclaim. Franco is currently writing a film adaptation of the play.
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