In 2019 the debut in Denmark and Italy, in 2020 in Norway, of his new writing a lysergic and psychedelic play entitled Happy Hour (2019). The “desperate, chilling, fierce and poetic” (The Scotsman) work was composed starting from 2007, as if it were the second fragment of the same landscape, as if (with La Merda) the two works illuminated parts of the same painting. Happy Hour has been nominated at Copenhagen Culture as Best New Play.
It is a score (or city) where amusing mass deportations occur, in which the most colorful of fascisms is affirmed. A poem of tendency to the overwhelming rhythm of an uninterrupted and daily happy hour, in a delirious renewal of the language, crossed by a humanity that enjoys life, gheparded clothing and is willing to do anything to defend their enthusiasm.
The Italian production with Silvia Gallerano & Stefano Cenci and the Danish production with Özlem Saglanmak e Asbjorn Krogh Nissen are both directed by Simon Boberg, an internationally renowned Danish director, formerly director of the theatrical and television production of Lort (La Merda) in Denmark. The Norwegian production with Helga Guren & Karl Vidar directed by Audny Chris Holsen makes its debut in September 2020.
Ceresoli is now writing his first film Home Video Memories that will be directed by acclaimed cinema director Roberta Torre (starring Silvia Gallerano) and his first tv series The Butterflies with acclaimed Irish tv director Conor Morrissey (EastEnders).
From 2013 he collaborates with the Olivier, TONY and EMMY Award-winning producer Richard Jordan Productions.