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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 14 hours ago
  • #TBT | Today we go back to the very start of our Italian debut in the Fall of 2017, in Turin. 
Our stellar @vera_dragone is in her dressing room, getting into character. Will going blonde suffice? What does it take to be Marilyn? Is it something you were born with or can anybody BECOME HER? How does an actress turn into HER? How do you do Marilyn and not an impersonator? 
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In our play, Norma Jeane creates Marilyn as her far-fetching alter ego, a brilliant tool of self-betterment to repair her life struggle. So, whether you are Norma Jeane or an actress, can anyone really BE something they’re not? 
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Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #tbt | Today we go back to the very start of our Italian debut in the Fall of 2017, in Turin. Our stellar @vera_dragone is in her dressing room, getting into character. Will going blonde suffice? What does it take to be Marilyn? Is it something you were born with or can anybody BECOME HER? How does an actress turn into HER? How do you do Marilyn and not an impersonator? _______________ In our play, Norma Jeane creates Marilyn as her far-fetching alter ego, a brilliant tool of self-betterment to repair her life struggle. So, whether you are Norma Jeane or an actress, can anyone really BE something they’re not? _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #tbt | Today we go back to the very start of our Italian debut in the Fall of 2017, in Turin. Our stellar @vera_dragone is in her dressing room, getting into character. Will going blonde suffice? What does it take to be Marilyn? Is it something you were born with or can anybody BECOME HER? How does an actress turn into HER? How do you do Marilyn and not an impersonator? _______________ In our play, Norma Jeane creates Marilyn as her far-fetching alter ego, a brilliant tool of self-betterment to repair her life struggle. So, whether you are Norma Jeane or an actress, can anyone really BE something they’re not? _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 5 days ago
  • [3.3] #FBF | 1962, March 5th. Only months before her sudden death, Marilyn attends the Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to receive the special World Film Favorite Award from Rock Hudson. She’s accompanied by it Mexican screenwriter Jose Bolanos and wears a sleek v-neck sequined black dress. Although the press would paint her as an aging actress and woman in decline, Marilyn feels just the opposite, and is not afraid to bare her heart through that memorable mise. She has just purchased her hacienda in Brentwood and decorated it with Mexican-inspired accents (she was much influenced by her travels to Mexico with Bolanos). It was a humble household for a star of her caliber, but she had just reached her own peace of mind, and given one of the highest awards for her career. 
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Marilyn Monroe never won an Oscar, with the 1962 Golden Globe representing her biggest achievement in terms of awards. That very statuette was auctioned off in 2018 for a staggering 250,000$ – one of the highest prices ever. [3.3] #fbf | 1962, March 5th. Only months before her sudden death, Marilyn attends the Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to receive the special World Film Favorite Award from Rock Hudson. She’s accompanied by it Mexican screenwriter Jose Bolanos and wears a sleek v-neck sequined black dress. Although the press would paint her as an aging actress and woman in decline, Marilyn feels just the opposite, and is not afraid to bare her heart through that memorable mise. She has just purchased her hacienda in Brentwood and decorated it with Mexican-inspired accents (she was much influenced by her travels to Mexico with Bolanos). It was a humble household for a star of her caliber, but she had just reached her own peace of mind, and given one of the highest awards for her career. _______________ Marilyn Monroe never won an Oscar, with the 1962 Golden Globe representing her biggest achievement in terms of awards. That very statuette was auctioned off in 2018 for a staggering 250,000$ – one of the highest prices ever.
  • [3.3] #fbf | 1962, March 5th. Only months before her sudden death, Marilyn attends the Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to receive the special World Film Favorite Award from Rock Hudson. She’s accompanied by it Mexican screenwriter Jose Bolanos and wears a sleek v-neck sequined black dress. Although the press would paint her as an aging actress and woman in decline, Marilyn feels just the opposite, and is not afraid to bare her heart through that memorable mise. She has just purchased her hacienda in Brentwood and decorated it with Mexican-inspired accents (she was much influenced by her travels to Mexico with Bolanos). It was a humble household for a star of her caliber, but she had just reached her own peace of mind, and given one of the highest awards for her career. _______________ Marilyn Monroe never won an Oscar, with the 1962 Golden Globe representing her biggest achievement in terms of awards. That very statuette was auctioned off in 2018 for a staggering 250,000$ – one of the highest prices ever.
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 6 days ago
  • [2.3] #FBF | Back in Marilyn’s era, receiving an award meant one thing above all others: being acknowledged for one’s talent and the years of dedication to perfect the art of acting. While the public praises the excellence of the final outcome (the on-screen performance), awards tend to acknowledge the apparently invisible efforts behind it, which usually went unnoticed. 
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Throughout her career, Marilyn was nominated for four @goldenglobes and won three. 
In 1957 she was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Bus Stop, produced by her own Marilyn Monroe Productions and starring one of her most dramatic and beloved performances.

In 1960 she won Best Actress for the cult comedy Someone Like It Hot directed by Billy Wilder, opposite Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis, and attended the ceremony with the glamorous nonchalance confidence of a white fur stole, as to symbolize the piece of mind and maturity she had reached as both an actress and a woman. [2.3] #fbf | Back in Marilyn’s era, receiving an award meant one thing above all others: being acknowledged for one’s talent and the years of dedication to perfect the art of acting. While the public praises the excellence of the final outcome (the on-screen performance), awards tend to acknowledge the apparently invisible efforts behind it, which usually went unnoticed. _______________ Throughout her career, Marilyn was nominated for four @goldenglobes and won three. In 1957 she was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Bus Stop, produced by her own Marilyn Monroe Productions and starring one of her most dramatic and beloved performances. In 1960 she won Best Actress for the cult comedy Someone Like It Hot directed by Billy Wilder, opposite Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis, and attended the ceremony with the glamorous nonchalance confidence of a white fur stole, as to symbolize the piece of mind and maturity she had reached as both an actress and a woman.
  • [2.3] #fbf | Back in Marilyn’s era, receiving an award meant one thing above all others: being acknowledged for one’s talent and the years of dedication to perfect the art of acting. While the public praises the excellence of the final outcome (the on-screen performance), awards tend to acknowledge the apparently invisible efforts behind it, which usually went unnoticed. _______________ Throughout her career, Marilyn was nominated for four @goldenglobes and won three. In 1957 she was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Bus Stop, produced by her own Marilyn Monroe Productions and starring one of her most dramatic and beloved performances. In 1960 she won Best Actress for the cult comedy Someone Like It Hot directed by Billy Wilder, opposite Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis, and attended the ceremony with the glamorous nonchalance confidence of a white fur stole, as to symbolize the piece of mind and maturity she had reached as both an actress and a woman.
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 week ago
  • [1.3] #FBF | Award season kicked off last Sunday with the @goldenglobes. While nowadays walking the red carpet at the lustrous Beverly Hilton has become just another excuse to show off – and try to establish –one’s status and glamour power (missing out on such a gala is absolutely not an option!), back in Marilyn’s days actresses and actors were much less mainstream. Indeed actors were rebels: awards played no role in increasing their cachet, they were perceived as stars solely because they had talent and made the audience dream. 
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1952: Marilyn Monroe receives the Henrietta Trophy as Best Young Box Office Personality at the World Film Favorite Festival (which would later become the Golden Globe Awards as we know them). She’s just approaching stardom, and wearing a passionately red strapless dress with the meekness and shyness she was known for. [1.3] #fbf | Award season kicked off last Sunday with the @goldenglobes. While nowadays walking the red carpet at the lustrous Beverly Hilton has become just another excuse to show off – and try to establish –one’s status and glamour power (missing out on such a gala is absolutely not an option!), back in Marilyn’s days actresses and actors were much less mainstream. Indeed actors were rebels: awards played no role in increasing their cachet, they were perceived as stars solely because they had talent and made the audience dream. _______________ 1952: Marilyn Monroe receives the Henrietta Trophy as Best Young Box Office Personality at the World Film Favorite Festival (which would later become the Golden Globe Awards as we know them). She’s just approaching stardom, and wearing a passionately red strapless dress with the meekness and shyness she was known for.
  • [1.3] #fbf | Award season kicked off last Sunday with the @goldenglobes. While nowadays walking the red carpet at the lustrous Beverly Hilton has become just another excuse to show off – and try to establish –one’s status and glamour power (missing out on such a gala is absolutely not an option!), back in Marilyn’s days actresses and actors were much less mainstream. Indeed actors were rebels: awards played no role in increasing their cachet, they were perceived as stars solely because they had talent and made the audience dream. _______________ 1952: Marilyn Monroe receives the Henrietta Trophy as Best Young Box Office Personality at the World Film Favorite Festival (which would later become the Golden Globe Awards as we know them). She’s just approaching stardom, and wearing a passionately red strapless dress with the meekness and shyness she was known for.
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  • pietrogagliardi3520 - pietro gagliardi @pietrogagliardi3520 1 week ago
  • Nella foto: Fabio Viale “piacere” marmo bianco di Carrara 
#fabioviale #gagliardiedomke #sculturacontemporanea #rotaryclubtorino #unioneindustrialetorino #lastampa #fondazionecrt #fondazionesanpaolo #ilsole24ore #larepubblica #rai3piemonte 
#lanostrastoria (continua)
Al termine di una carriera più che soddisfacente in pubblicità, mi dissi: « saper lavorare e impegnarsi per produrre qualità costituisce un’arma vincente indipendentemente dalla famiglia di provenienza, dalla scuola, dall’esperienza, dal DNA ».
La mia storia in pubblicità testimoniava proprio questo. Si trattava di un’equazione dimostrata, che ritenevo quindi infallibile e che mi indusse ad affrontare senza timore alcuno anche la vagheggiata avventura con l’arte contemporanea di cui sto scrivendo ora. 
Incassato cioè un risultato lusinghiero in pubblicità pur essendo un alieno in quel mondo, non vedevo ragione alcuna per cui non avrei potuto tentare il successo anche in un mondo che percepivo più nobile e privo di pregiudizi, quello dell’arte, ricorrendo agli stessi ingredienti utilizzati in passato, molto apprezzati nella calvinista società imprenditoriale torinese: dedizione e tenacia.
Non fu così scontato il risultato. Se oggi dovessi considerare qual è l’ambito in cui il pregiudizio scava il solco più profondo fra le parti in gioco, inibendo il gioco ad una delle parti, fra il mondo della pubblicità e quello dell’arte, prevale ampiamente quello dell’arte che risulta intriso di barriere, regole e pregiudizi. 
In pubblicità, qualche eccezione tuttavia c’era stata e se me ne fossi ricordato per tempo avrei potuto tenerne conto minando così le certezze sulle quali mi stavo basando per avviare la nuova avventura e cioè che saper lavorare significa poter superare ogni ostacolo.
#lanostrastoria (segue) Nella foto: Fabio Viale “piacere” marmo bianco di Carrara #fabioviale #gagliardiedomke #sculturacontemporanea #rotaryclubtorino #unioneindustrialetorino #lastampa #fondazionecrt #fondazionesanpaolo #ilsole24ore #larepubblica #rai3piemonte #lanostrastoria (continua) Al termine di una carriera più che soddisfacente in pubblicità, mi dissi: « saper lavorare e impegnarsi per produrre qualità costituisce un’arma vincente indipendentemente dalla famiglia di provenienza, dalla scuola, dall’esperienza, dal DNA ». La mia storia in pubblicità testimoniava proprio questo. Si trattava di un’equazione dimostrata, che ritenevo quindi infallibile e che mi indusse ad affrontare senza timore alcuno anche la vagheggiata avventura con l’arte contemporanea di cui sto scrivendo ora. Incassato cioè un risultato lusinghiero in pubblicità pur essendo un alieno in quel mondo, non vedevo ragione alcuna per cui non avrei potuto tentare il successo anche in un mondo che percepivo più nobile e privo di pregiudizi, quello dell’arte, ricorrendo agli stessi ingredienti utilizzati in passato, molto apprezzati nella calvinista società imprenditoriale torinese: dedizione e tenacia. Non fu così scontato il risultato. Se oggi dovessi considerare qual è l’ambito in cui il pregiudizio scava il solco più profondo fra le parti in gioco, inibendo il gioco ad una delle parti, fra il mondo della pubblicità e quello dell’arte, prevale ampiamente quello dell’arte che risulta intriso di barriere, regole e pregiudizi. In pubblicità, qualche eccezione tuttavia c’era stata e se me ne fossi ricordato per tempo avrei potuto tenerne conto minando così le certezze sulle quali mi stavo basando per avviare la nuova avventura e cioè che saper lavorare significa poter superare ogni ostacolo. #lanostrastoria (segue)
  • Nella foto: Fabio Viale “piacere” marmo bianco di Carrara #fabioviale #gagliardiedomke #sculturacontemporanea #rotaryclubtorino #unioneindustrialetorino #lastampa #fondazionecrt #fondazionesanpaolo #ilsole24ore #larepubblica #rai3piemonte #lanostrastoria (continua) Al termine di una carriera più che soddisfacente in pubblicità, mi dissi: « saper lavorare e impegnarsi per produrre qualità costituisce un’arma vincente indipendentemente dalla famiglia di provenienza, dalla scuola, dall’esperienza, dal DNA ». La mia storia in pubblicità testimoniava proprio questo. Si trattava di un’equazione dimostrata, che ritenevo quindi infallibile e che mi indusse ad affrontare senza timore alcuno anche la vagheggiata avventura con l’arte contemporanea di cui sto scrivendo ora. Incassato cioè un risultato lusinghiero in pubblicità pur essendo un alieno in quel mondo, non vedevo ragione alcuna per cui non avrei potuto tentare il successo anche in un mondo che percepivo più nobile e privo di pregiudizi, quello dell’arte, ricorrendo agli stessi ingredienti utilizzati in passato, molto apprezzati nella calvinista società imprenditoriale torinese: dedizione e tenacia. Non fu così scontato il risultato. Se oggi dovessi considerare qual è l’ambito in cui il pregiudizio scava il solco più profondo fra le parti in gioco, inibendo il gioco ad una delle parti, fra il mondo della pubblicità e quello dell’arte, prevale ampiamente quello dell’arte che risulta intriso di barriere, regole e pregiudizi. In pubblicità, qualche eccezione tuttavia c’era stata e se me ne fossi ricordato per tempo avrei potuto tenerne conto minando così le certezze sulle quali mi stavo basando per avviare la nuova avventura e cioè che saper lavorare significa poter superare ogni ostacolo. #lanostrastoria (segue)
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 3 weeks ago
  • [3.3] So what’s the outcome of this galloping confrontation between our two heroines? Will they find peace and reconcile with one another? Love Is Blonde playwright @argiacoppola has written a new finale to our story. As it is Norma, the ordinary girl, who creates Marilyn, the star, Norma eventually manages to get rid of her rival, her better and worst half, her best friend and enemy. Norma will walk away from fame, and live on as a regular woman. She’ll be alive on earth beyond the alter ego she so meticulously crafted. But Marilyn will be immortal, transcending time and fashions.
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IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, WE WOULD LIKE TO ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR CROWDFUNDING AN UTTER SUCCESS. STAY TUNED, AND DON’T MISS ON THE EXCITING NEW STEPS WE ARE GOING TO TAKE! [3.3] So what’s the outcome of this galloping confrontation between our two heroines? Will they find peace and reconcile with one another? Love Is Blonde playwright @argiacoppola has written a new finale to our story. As it is Norma, the ordinary girl, who creates Marilyn, the star, Norma eventually manages to get rid of her rival, her better and worst half, her best friend and enemy. Norma will walk away from fame, and live on as a regular woman. She’ll be alive on earth beyond the alter ego she so meticulously crafted. But Marilyn will be immortal, transcending time and fashions. _______________ IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, WE WOULD LIKE TO ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR CROWDFUNDING AN UTTER SUCCESS. STAY TUNED, AND DON’T MISS ON THE EXCITING NEW STEPS WE ARE GOING TO TAKE!
  • [3.3] So what’s the outcome of this galloping confrontation between our two heroines? Will they find peace and reconcile with one another? Love Is Blonde playwright @argiacoppola has written a new finale to our story. As it is Norma, the ordinary girl, who creates Marilyn, the star, Norma eventually manages to get rid of her rival, her better and worst half, her best friend and enemy. Norma will walk away from fame, and live on as a regular woman. She’ll be alive on earth beyond the alter ego she so meticulously crafted. But Marilyn will be immortal, transcending time and fashions. _______________ IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, WE WOULD LIKE TO ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR CROWDFUNDING AN UTTER SUCCESS. STAY TUNED, AND DON’T MISS ON THE EXCITING NEW STEPS WE ARE GOING TO TAKE!
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #HappyMonday, everyone!

Our #crowdfunding TAKING MARILYN’S UNTOLD TRUTH has surpassed the 35,000$ mark. 
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US REACH OUR GOAL! You have believed in us and made it with us. 
You can still contribute to push over the goal until December 20th via the #LinkInBio, and help us do even better.

All the money you donate will go into financing a full  Industry Reading of LOVE IS BLONDE in the spring of 2019. For more details, visit the link in bio or our website at LOVEISBLONDETHEPLAY [DOT] COM #happymonday, everyone! Our #crowdfunding TAKING MARILYN’S UNTOLD TRUTH has surpassed the 35,000$ mark. THANK YOU FOR HELPING US REACH OUR GOAL! You have believed in us and made it with us. You can still contribute to push over the goal until December 20th via the #linkinbio, and help us do even better. All the money you donate will go into financing a full Industry Reading of LOVE IS BLONDE in the spring of 2019. For more details, visit the link in bio or our website at LOVEISBLONDETHEPLAY [DOT] COM
  • #happymonday, everyone! Our #crowdfunding TAKING MARILYN’S UNTOLD TRUTH has surpassed the 35,000$ mark. THANK YOU FOR HELPING US REACH OUR GOAL! You have believed in us and made it with us. You can still contribute to push over the goal until December 20th via the #linkinbio, and help us do even better. All the money you donate will go into financing a full Industry Reading of LOVE IS BLONDE in the spring of 2019. For more details, visit the link in bio or our website at LOVEISBLONDETHEPLAY [DOT] COM
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #FBF |  A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. With the syringe stuck in her neck, Marilyn staggers over to the bed, trying to reach the red phone on her bedside table, but then collapses face down on the bed and dies. Norma falls to her knees with her head drooping toward the ground. The Sharpshooter, who has remained hidden, comes forward, goes toward Marilyn, takes the syringe from her neck, hides it in his hands and kills Norma for good.

Norma killed Marilyn, but The Sharpshooter killed her in turn, and really made Marilyn immortal. 
The icon stands, proud. 
The ordinary girl lays on the ground, defeated. Ended by her own self.

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Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 414$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. 
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Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #fbf | A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. With the syringe stuck in her neck, Marilyn staggers over to the bed, trying to reach the red phone on her bedside table, but then collapses face down on the bed and dies. Norma falls to her knees with her head drooping toward the ground. The Sharpshooter, who has remained hidden, comes forward, goes toward Marilyn, takes the syringe from her neck, hides it in his hands and kills Norma for good. Norma killed Marilyn, but The Sharpshooter killed her in turn, and really made Marilyn immortal. The icon stands, proud. The ordinary girl lays on the ground, defeated. Ended by her own self. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 414$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #fbf | A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. With the syringe stuck in her neck, Marilyn staggers over to the bed, trying to reach the red phone on her bedside table, but then collapses face down on the bed and dies. Norma falls to her knees with her head drooping toward the ground. The Sharpshooter, who has remained hidden, comes forward, goes toward Marilyn, takes the syringe from her neck, hides it in his hands and kills Norma for good. Norma killed Marilyn, but The Sharpshooter killed her in turn, and really made Marilyn immortal. The icon stands, proud. The ordinary girl lays on the ground, defeated. Ended by her own self. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 414$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #TBT | A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. Someone’s at the door: there’s a delivery for Marilyn and Norma, a GIFT, and it’s in the hands of The Sharpshooter. I'm 36 years old, I'm not married, I don't have children and no one loves me, what the hell are you blathering about? I still want my chance, I deserve it, says Norma. She wants to leave the City of Sand and start afresh. But Marilyn is ready for immortality, and asks The Sharpshooter: Are you the grim reaper? I am. Is that my gift? It is. Can I take it? You must. Do I have any other way out? No, you really don’t. 
A syringe with poison, that’s the gift in the little red box. Marilyn, remembering her mother trying to kill her in the hot tub, is fighting Norma. The Sharpshooter remains hidden in a corner. As Marilyn approaches with the syringe, Norma grabs grabs it from her hand and beats her to death. 
As the syringe is stuck in her neck, Marilyn stammers: N-N-Now – I-I’m immortal.
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Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. 
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Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #tbt | A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. Someone’s at the door: there’s a delivery for Marilyn and Norma, a GIFT, and it’s in the hands of The Sharpshooter. I'm 36 years old, I'm not married, I don't have children and no one loves me, what the hell are you blathering about? I still want my chance, I deserve it, says Norma. She wants to leave the City of Sand and start afresh. But Marilyn is ready for immortality, and asks The Sharpshooter: Are you the grim reaper? I am. Is that my gift? It is. Can I take it? You must. Do I have any other way out? No, you really don’t. A syringe with poison, that’s the gift in the little red box. Marilyn, remembering her mother trying to kill her in the hot tub, is fighting Norma. The Sharpshooter remains hidden in a corner. As Marilyn approaches with the syringe, Norma grabs grabs it from her hand and beats her to death. As the syringe is stuck in her neck, Marilyn stammers: N-N-Now – I-I’m immortal. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #tbt | A bedroom. August 5th, 1962. Someone’s at the door: there’s a delivery for Marilyn and Norma, a GIFT, and it’s in the hands of The Sharpshooter. I'm 36 years old, I'm not married, I don't have children and no one loves me, what the hell are you blathering about? I still want my chance, I deserve it, says Norma. She wants to leave the City of Sand and start afresh. But Marilyn is ready for immortality, and asks The Sharpshooter: Are you the grim reaper? I am. Is that my gift? It is. Can I take it? You must. Do I have any other way out? No, you really don’t. A syringe with poison, that’s the gift in the little red box. Marilyn, remembering her mother trying to kill her in the hot tub, is fighting Norma. The Sharpshooter remains hidden in a corner. As Marilyn approaches with the syringe, Norma grabs grabs it from her hand and beats her to death. As the syringe is stuck in her neck, Marilyn stammers: N-N-Now – I-I’m immortal. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #TBT | Marilyn and JFK have just finished making love in the cabana. The President leaves like a thief, and Marilyn and Norma are now alone: they ponder on the beauty of their love. 
Norma: That’s a man who makes you feel like a real woman!? Ready, hard, and excited like a boy! 
Marilyn: I’ve always said yes to sex and love mingled together. It’s happening to me. […] I’VE SCREWED AMERICA. HE IS AMERICA. HE IS MY DARK PRINCE.

The Sharpshooter walks in with a rose of aluminum foil: The President told me to give you this small token of his esteem. 
Both Marilyn and Norma are ecstatic. Little did they know that’s how MEN – those two men – walk away from women as the climax has been reached. Our heroines are HAPPY. Just happy. It’s the happiest day of their life.

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From the script of Love Is Blonde:
The Sharpshooter: The weak, the small, the clever… Those who stay in the shadows, all this promiscuity, they won't like it. They know that to climb you need to eliminate your opponent, quickly. And without hesitation even if their complicity is merely suspected. 
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Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 1,564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. 
_______________

Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #tbt | Marilyn and JFK have just finished making love in the cabana. The President leaves like a thief, and Marilyn and Norma are now alone: they ponder on the beauty of their love. Norma: That’s a man who makes you feel like a real woman!? Ready, hard, and excited like a boy! Marilyn: I’ve always said yes to sex and love mingled together. It’s happening to me. […] I’VE SCREWED AMERICA. HE IS AMERICA. HE IS MY DARK PRINCE. The Sharpshooter walks in with a rose of aluminum foil: The President told me to give you this small token of his esteem. Both Marilyn and Norma are ecstatic. Little did they know that’s how MEN – those two men – walk away from women as the climax has been reached. Our heroines are HAPPY. Just happy. It’s the happiest day of their life. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: The weak, the small, the clever… Those who stay in the shadows, all this promiscuity, they won't like it. They know that to climb you need to eliminate your opponent, quickly. And without hesitation even if their complicity is merely suspected. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 1,564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #tbt | Marilyn and JFK have just finished making love in the cabana. The President leaves like a thief, and Marilyn and Norma are now alone: they ponder on the beauty of their love. Norma: That’s a man who makes you feel like a real woman!? Ready, hard, and excited like a boy! Marilyn: I’ve always said yes to sex and love mingled together. It’s happening to me. […] I’VE SCREWED AMERICA. HE IS AMERICA. HE IS MY DARK PRINCE. The Sharpshooter walks in with a rose of aluminum foil: The President told me to give you this small token of his esteem. Both Marilyn and Norma are ecstatic. Little did they know that’s how MEN – those two men – walk away from women as the climax has been reached. Our heroines are HAPPY. Just happy. It’s the happiest day of their life. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: The weak, the small, the clever… Those who stay in the shadows, all this promiscuity, they won't like it. They know that to climb you need to eliminate your opponent, quickly. And without hesitation even if their complicity is merely suspected. _______________ Want to delve deeper into our Marilyn and Norma’s world? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 20th, and we only have 1,564$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • Hello Friends! We are only 4,000$ away from ending our #crowdfunding successfully, and be be as happy as Marilyn winning her Golden Globe!

Our campaign has been extended to DECEMBER 20th. Please keep supporting us via the #LinkInBio and contribute anyway you can: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire amount, we won’t keep any donation made. 
We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. 
We hope you’ll help us achieve our dream and keep supporting us till it comes true! Hello Friends! We are only 4,000$ away from ending our #crowdfunding successfully, and be be as happy as Marilyn winning her Golden Globe! Our campaign has been extended to DECEMBER 20th. Please keep supporting us via the #linkinbio and contribute anyway you can: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire amount, we won’t keep any donation made. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. We hope you’ll help us achieve our dream and keep supporting us till it comes true!
  • Hello Friends! We are only 4,000$ away from ending our #crowdfunding successfully, and be be as happy as Marilyn winning her Golden Globe! Our campaign has been extended to DECEMBER 20th. Please keep supporting us via the #linkinbio and contribute anyway you can: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire amount, we won’t keep any donation made. We’d also like to remind you that your credit card will not be charged until the campaign ends successfully. We hope you’ll help us achieve our dream and keep supporting us till it comes true!
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #FBF | 1961. A room. Nighttime. The Sharpshooter adores Marilyn to the verge of obsession, and pities Norma in equal measure. He’s fallen in love with his target, and has grown jealous of her. HE ENVIES HER. She’s going to play her biggest game with power and strength, as both Marilyn and Norma are about to find love, perilous love, in JFK.

Marilyn is doing great, he says: she’s climbed to the top of the social ladder. She smiles, but is she happy? 
A personality like her can blow up at any moment. She wants to be on top of the world. Everyone uses their own methods to get to the top: some people kill, some people betray, some people corrupt, others just screw around… And Norma just wants love. She is still a kid, but what can a kid do against an ego that wants nothing but power? And speaking of power, what's the highest achievement for a social climber? What's bigger than a sports legend or a Pulitzer-prize? A president...? _______________

From the script of Love Is Blonde:
The Sharpshooter: We're in 1961 now, heading towards 1962. This last year was an important year for the country. John F. Kennedy became President of the United States on January 20th. And who gave him the right push? Votes were needed in Chicago... And Kennedy senior, his father, called up Sam Moooney...Giancana. And Chicago's votes came in quickly.
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Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. 
_______________

Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #fbf | 1961. A room. Nighttime. The Sharpshooter adores Marilyn to the verge of obsession, and pities Norma in equal measure. He’s fallen in love with his target, and has grown jealous of her. HE ENVIES HER. She’s going to play her biggest game with power and strength, as both Marilyn and Norma are about to find love, perilous love, in JFK. Marilyn is doing great, he says: she’s climbed to the top of the social ladder. She smiles, but is she happy? A personality like her can blow up at any moment. She wants to be on top of the world. Everyone uses their own methods to get to the top: some people kill, some people betray, some people corrupt, others just screw around… And Norma just wants love. She is still a kid, but what can a kid do against an ego that wants nothing but power? And speaking of power, what's the highest achievement for a social climber? What's bigger than a sports legend or a Pulitzer-prize? A president...? _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: We're in 1961 now, heading towards 1962. This last year was an important year for the country. John F. Kennedy became President of the United States on January 20th. And who gave him the right push? Votes were needed in Chicago... And Kennedy senior, his father, called up Sam Moooney...Giancana. And Chicago's votes came in quickly. _______________ Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #fbf | 1961. A room. Nighttime. The Sharpshooter adores Marilyn to the verge of obsession, and pities Norma in equal measure. He’s fallen in love with his target, and has grown jealous of her. HE ENVIES HER. She’s going to play her biggest game with power and strength, as both Marilyn and Norma are about to find love, perilous love, in JFK. Marilyn is doing great, he says: she’s climbed to the top of the social ladder. She smiles, but is she happy? A personality like her can blow up at any moment. She wants to be on top of the world. Everyone uses their own methods to get to the top: some people kill, some people betray, some people corrupt, others just screw around… And Norma just wants love. She is still a kid, but what can a kid do against an ego that wants nothing but power? And speaking of power, what's the highest achievement for a social climber? What's bigger than a sports legend or a Pulitzer-prize? A president...? _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: We're in 1961 now, heading towards 1962. This last year was an important year for the country. John F. Kennedy became President of the United States on January 20th. And who gave him the right push? Votes were needed in Chicago... And Kennedy senior, his father, called up Sam Moooney...Giancana. And Chicago's votes came in quickly. _______________ Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #FBF | 1954. A hotel suite in New York City. Marilyn is married with The Ex-Player and has finished shooting The Seven Year Itch. The Sharpshooter is undercover as a hotel waiter and enters the room, deliberately dropping a newspaper, open to the photo of Marilyn Monroe on the subway grating, in front of the hotel suite. He smiles, looks around and then walks away. His design to end the marriage and break Marilyn ONCE MORE is going to work: The Ex-Player will be furious to see that HIS woman is ONCE MORE the object of every horny man’s fantasy.

The Ex-Player opens the door, takes the newspaper, and begins to read it. His face changes. He is visibly perturbed. He hurts, and he’s going to make Marilyn pay for it. He had asked her to only take serious roles, to be only his, but she didn’t listen. She’s now under his wrath, to be beaten like an animal with the very newspaper, and failing at another attempt of family happiness.

_______________

From the script of Love Is Blonde:
Joe: I was your husband. You've hurt me. I hope to God you never have babies. 
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Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. 
_______________

Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt
Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci #fbf | 1954. A hotel suite in New York City. Marilyn is married with The Ex-Player and has finished shooting The Seven Year Itch. The Sharpshooter is undercover as a hotel waiter and enters the room, deliberately dropping a newspaper, open to the photo of Marilyn Monroe on the subway grating, in front of the hotel suite. He smiles, looks around and then walks away. His design to end the marriage and break Marilyn ONCE MORE is going to work: The Ex-Player will be furious to see that HIS woman is ONCE MORE the object of every horny man’s fantasy. The Ex-Player opens the door, takes the newspaper, and begins to read it. His face changes. He is visibly perturbed. He hurts, and he’s going to make Marilyn pay for it. He had asked her to only take serious roles, to be only his, but she didn’t listen. She’s now under his wrath, to be beaten like an animal with the very newspaper, and failing at another attempt of family happiness. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: Joe: I was your husband. You've hurt me. I hope to God you never have babies. _______________ Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
  • #fbf | 1954. A hotel suite in New York City. Marilyn is married with The Ex-Player and has finished shooting The Seven Year Itch. The Sharpshooter is undercover as a hotel waiter and enters the room, deliberately dropping a newspaper, open to the photo of Marilyn Monroe on the subway grating, in front of the hotel suite. He smiles, looks around and then walks away. His design to end the marriage and break Marilyn ONCE MORE is going to work: The Ex-Player will be furious to see that HIS woman is ONCE MORE the object of every horny man’s fantasy. The Ex-Player opens the door, takes the newspaper, and begins to read it. His face changes. He is visibly perturbed. He hurts, and he’s going to make Marilyn pay for it. He had asked her to only take serious roles, to be only his, but she didn’t listen. She’s now under his wrath, to be beaten like an animal with the very newspaper, and failing at another attempt of family happiness. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: Joe: I was your husband. You've hurt me. I hope to God you never have babies. _______________ Want to discover more about The Sharpshooter and his motifs? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 15,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt Secretary General at Fondazione Crt: @mlapucci
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  • loveisblondetheplay - Love is Blonde — The Play @loveisblondetheplay 1 month ago
  • #TBT | The Sharpshooter: I am at the hire of the United States, you could say, at the hire of God. 'There's always something deserving of being shot by the right man'. Said my father, and my father's father...Evil...can take any form, even a child's form. 
In 1953, America was a land were progress and bigotry galloped together towards the future. Unsurprisingly, her most beloved icons were often targeted to be taken down: too much power, too much freedom is always uncomfortable. 
The Sharpshooter himself has other preys other than Marilyn, but she’s his number one priority. And he takes delight in revealing the alleged list that the F.B.I. compiled about her many lovers. Despite the glittering facade of fame, regardless of their personal star, religion or gender (!), they shared with Marilyn a lot more than one might think: they all had massive political relevance, and had to be kept under strict surveillance for the sake of the nation, and God.

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From the script of Love Is Blonde:

The Sharpshooter: Among her lovers we find: The Communist photographer Otto Ose and actors John Huston, Mickey Rooney, Charlie Chaplin senior, Humphrey Bogart; […] the screenwriter Dalton Trumbo; […] Fred Astaire, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, John Wayne, Costello, Charles Coburn, Ronald Regan, James Mason, Errol Flynn, Frederic March, Mae West, Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, Shelley Winters, Ava Gardner, And then... Frank Sinatra, good friend of the boss Sam Moooney Giancana. Peter Lawford, brother-in-law of John Fitzgerald Kennedy... _______________

Fascinated by this mysterious character from our play and want to see him on stage? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 19,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #LinkInBio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. 
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Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola
Marilyn: @veradragone
The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor
Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva
Director: @cristinapezzoli
Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt @mlapucci #tbt | The Sharpshooter: I am at the hire of the United States, you could say, at the hire of God. 'There's always something deserving of being shot by the right man'. Said my father, and my father's father...Evil...can take any form, even a child's form. In 1953, America was a land were progress and bigotry galloped together towards the future. Unsurprisingly, her most beloved icons were often targeted to be taken down: too much power, too much freedom is always uncomfortable. The Sharpshooter himself has other preys other than Marilyn, but she’s his number one priority. And he takes delight in revealing the alleged list that the F.B.I. compiled about her many lovers. Despite the glittering facade of fame, regardless of their personal star, religion or gender (!), they shared with Marilyn a lot more than one might think: they all had massive political relevance, and had to be kept under strict surveillance for the sake of the nation, and God. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: Among her lovers we find: The Communist photographer Otto Ose and actors John Huston, Mickey Rooney, Charlie Chaplin senior, Humphrey Bogart; […] the screenwriter Dalton Trumbo; […] Fred Astaire, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, John Wayne, Costello, Charles Coburn, Ronald Regan, James Mason, Errol Flynn, Frederic March, Mae West, Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, Shelley Winters, Ava Gardner, And then... Frank Sinatra, good friend of the boss Sam Moooney Giancana. Peter Lawford, brother-in-law of John Fitzgerald Kennedy... _______________ Fascinated by this mysterious character from our play and want to see him on stage? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 19,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt @mlapucci
  • #tbt | The Sharpshooter: I am at the hire of the United States, you could say, at the hire of God. 'There's always something deserving of being shot by the right man'. Said my father, and my father's father...Evil...can take any form, even a child's form. In 1953, America was a land were progress and bigotry galloped together towards the future. Unsurprisingly, her most beloved icons were often targeted to be taken down: too much power, too much freedom is always uncomfortable. The Sharpshooter himself has other preys other than Marilyn, but she’s his number one priority. And he takes delight in revealing the alleged list that the F.B.I. compiled about her many lovers. Despite the glittering facade of fame, regardless of their personal star, religion or gender (!), they shared with Marilyn a lot more than one might think: they all had massive political relevance, and had to be kept under strict surveillance for the sake of the nation, and God. _______________ From the script of Love Is Blonde: The Sharpshooter: Among her lovers we find: The Communist photographer Otto Ose and actors John Huston, Mickey Rooney, Charlie Chaplin senior, Humphrey Bogart; […] the screenwriter Dalton Trumbo; […] Fred Astaire, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, John Wayne, Costello, Charles Coburn, Ronald Regan, James Mason, Errol Flynn, Frederic March, Mae West, Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, Shelley Winters, Ava Gardner, And then... Frank Sinatra, good friend of the boss Sam Moooney Giancana. Peter Lawford, brother-in-law of John Fitzgerald Kennedy... _______________ Fascinated by this mysterious character from our play and want to see him on stage? Support our #crowdfunding today: it’s running until DECEMBER 14th, and we still have 19,000$ to reach our goal! Please contribute any way you can via the #linkinbio: every dollar counts! If we don’t reach the entire goal, we won’t keep any donation, and Marilyn’s truth will once again remain untold. _______________ Norma Jeane: @silviagiuliamandola Marilyn: @veradragone The Sharpshooter: @lorenzodemoor Costume Designer: @irinashabayeva Director: @cristinapezzoli Production: @fondazionetpe @fondazionecrt @mlapucci
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