The aim of the workshop/performance is to provide alternative routes into specific areas of the school curriculum, encouraging active and creative analysis, opening windows on the texts and helping students to develop a direct identification with the subject matter. This work does not intend to supersede traditional teaching: it seeks to join forces with it to obtain long-lasting results and effects. By approaching a text using a phrase, a look, an image or a piece of music, the worlds of literature, history of art, foreign languages, philosophy and sciences become closer to us, more real and thus more interesting to explore. The young people are encouraged to connect with literature, arts and a variety of curriculum subjects not only in a purely intellectual and rational way but also to embark on a sensorial journey where they refer to their material in relationship with their everyday life, thus feeling part of the text, making it relevant, dynamic and alive.