Since 600 ', the Neapolitan culture is full of characters who have played and told the story of the social life of a people, emphasizing nuances enigmatic and symbolic of the city of Naples.
The show has as its backdrop the magical and mystical refectory of the Convent of San Francesco al Monte, built in the heart of the mountain of C.so Vittorio Emanuele, where it still retains a charming atmosphere that seems to resonate the distant echo of prayers and readings that marked and accompanied the meal time of the monks who lived until mid last century.
Pulcinella is the mask for excellence in the popular field that serves as the narrator of the show, always ready to plot some cheating or doing mischief, using a frank and sometimes vulgarity hops, jeers and grimaces. The mask of Pulcinella leads the way in the belly of Naples, in his soul joyful and passionate, accompanying the viewer into a story that reflects our popular tradition, to die and be reborn as a Mediterranean Phoenix.
Guests will be involved in the show, turning from spectators to actors with ever-increasing pace with songs easily recognizable by all. (O 'Sole Mio, Tamburriata black, Rumba of street urchins, Tu vo ago the American ....)