Tuesday, February 4, 2014, at 20.00, live via satellite, high-definition from the Teatro Regio in Turin, Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini opens the curtain to the new year of La Grande Live Season 2013/2014 Microcinema. "The most heartfelt and evocative I have ever designed" with these words, the great composer from Lucca called his Madama Butterfly after the first performance in February 1904. A 110 years after the first staging, the troubled Japanese tragedy of James Puccini's lives and lands on the big screen live from the Teatro Regio in Turin, in 100 Italian cinemas, thanks to Microcinema Distribution in collaboration with Rai. We are in Japan at the end of the 800, the "Abraham Lincoln" docks in Nagasaki, where he landed Lieutenant Pinkerton of the U.S. Navy. Whim the military gets married Butterfly, Geisha fifteen, already decided to divorce her after a month from the wedding, as permitted by the Japanese ritual. The officer leaves for the United States, leaving his young wife without remorse instead continues to think, to love and to hope in his long-awaited return especially now that their union was born a son. For the direction of Maestro Pinchas Steinberg, directed by Damiano Michieletto and set design by Paolo Fantin, Madama Butterfly is played by Amaryllis Nice, the Milanese soprano known for the overwhelming charisma and charming stage presence, accompanied by tenor Massimiliano Pisapia in the shoes the cynical Lieutenant Pinkerton and Alberto Mastromarino in the role of the consul Sharpless. Microcinema propose until May some of the most famous and beloved operas, performed by major international artists, to bring the audience to the Opera, contributing to the spread of the heritage of the Italian lyric tradition and internationally. An ambitious project that meets since 2006 a success with the public constantly increasing.