Prove (rewind) is a work in progress, that deals with immigration and nomadism issues, represented not only with words but also with the body, dance and mime, the phenomenon of migration takes on a dreamlike and symbolic value. A place that is left, a place of arrival, an obstacle of diversity, the space of a journey, far from the homeland the desire to return, loneliness and lack of communication represents all, even if in different ways, the essence of a human and cultural conflict. Immigration portrayed and personally experienced by all the actors, all of different origins (bulgarian, french, napoletan, from bergamo, italy and colombian) but united by one single expressive language, the product of a social metissage. The priviledged weapon of this conflict is self–mockery, the irony and the innocence that is shown in all its theatricality regarding moments of daily life. In all these years i have dealt my shows with a constant tension, a work of impact towards the actors, their bodies, their vibrations so as to convey a theatre of mask and flesh. In Prove (rewind) the public is a privileged spectator. It assists the making of a show from behind the scenes, taking an involuntary voyeuristic position.