Red and midnight blue take centre stage, this is THEATREYou know when you feel that shiver? The one that runs down your spine? It’s the thrill you get when you’re called on stage.
Many theatre veterans claim that it’s an emotion you experience from your first debut right up until the very last time you perform. It doesn’t matter how many stages you’ve performed on or how any audiences you’ve enchanted, that feeling never leaves you.Ambra Cortina also represents this, interpreting the world of theatre with five rooms furnished in red and blue velvet, exquisite materials and fine leathers.The room dedicated to ‘The Mistress of the Inn’ – Mirandolina – by Carlo Goldoni, is an expression of a woman whose character is as strong as it is feisty. Mirandolina is a sincere, flamboyant, strong and deep character.
The room is designed like the scene of a play – artful scenes and spaces under the spotlights to play out the drama of seduction and courtship.The lights go down, the mask goes with you. The front rows are sold out. You’re on stage.