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Director, playwright, actor and live performance manager, he has been involved in the world of theater since his teens, with various workshops and laboratories.


Theatre director, production history:

"1984" by George Orwell in the adaptation by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan, starring Violante Placido, Ninni Bruschetta and Woody Neri; "I due Papi" with Giorgio Colangeli and Mariano Rigillo, for which he won the "Franco Enriquez" National Award as Best Director and which debuted in the summer of 2022 at the Borgio Verezzi Theater Festival; "Persone naturali e strafottenti" (Finalist "Salviamo i Talenti - Attilio Corsini Award") with Marisa Laurito, Giovanni Anzaldo, Livio Beshir and in which he also plays the role of Mariacallàs, for more than 100 performances in major Italian theaters; "L'uomo, la bestia e la virtù" (National Tour / Centennial Edition) with Giorgio Colangeli; for the Pergolesi Spontini Festival in Jesi, "Il silenzio in cima al mondo" with Pamela Villoresi and "700 - Musica e parole per Dante" with Giorgio Colangeli and La Scala's first violinist Laura Marzadori; "La Bohème " by Giacomo Puccini; "#salvobuonfine" (Selection "Dante Cappelletti" Award - Finalist "Attilio Corsini Award" and "Nuovo Premio Traiano Award"); "Republic Day" (Finalist "Stations of Emergency - Toledo Gallery" - Finalist "Millelire Award"); "Kensington Gardens"; "Electra Tower"; "Last Move - Chess the Musical" (National Tour); "Così fan tutti" (Finalist "Creative Confrontations" Award). In 2017 he is selected among 8 directors from all over the world for the Fantasio International Directing Prize, with artistic residency in Trento. 


He is the author of the "Trilogy of the Contemporary," composed of the three works "#salvobuonfine," "Republic Day" and "Kensington Gardens" published in the eponymous volume of the series "Le Nebulose - Teatro." With the first text he won, in 2015, the National Prize for Dramaturgy "DO.IT Dramaturgies beyond the Theatre" and the Special Prize for Dramaturgy "Oltreparola 2015", with "Kensington Gardens" he gets a recommendation to the "Premio Hystrio - Scritture di Scena 2016". The same text is, later, performed in English at the Deli Theatre in London, with a local cast of English and Italian actors, in February 2018. In January 2017, his latest work as author and director, "Torre Elettra," a contemporary rewrite of the Oresteia myth, a finalist at the "Premio Hystrio - Scritture di Scena 2017" premiered at Teatro Brancaccino.


Alongside his artistic activity, he also works as a manager and entrepreneur of live performance with important feedback. Since 2012 he has been at the Artistic Direction of the Planet Arts Theater Collective, of which he is one of the founders, and which exclusively produces his works as director and author; since 2015 he founds and directs, together with Rocchina Ceglia, Altra Scena, which deals with the production, distribution and communication of live performance. Altra Scena produces and distributes, annually and throughout the country, more than 200 days of performances and has been recognized and funded, for the high quality profile of its activity, by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities. In 2018 he joined the management of Parioli Theatre Club, the new concept of the historic Parioli Theater in Rome, which combines culture with entertainment, in a theatrical space with a modern and unconventional approach. Since 2021, he has been artistic director of the Villa Hermosa Festival and of the theater season at the Metropolitan Theater in Piombino.


As an actor, he has been directed in theater by Filippo Gili, Federico Magnano San Lio, Giuseppe Dipasquale, Roberto Burgio, Emma Dante, Guglielmo Ferro, and Gisella Calì, among others. He recently starred alongside Giorgio Colangeli, Francesco Montanari and Paolo Briguglia in Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" and "Finale di Partita," both directed by Filippo Gili. Other productions in which he has taken part include Rosso di San Secondo's "La bella addormentata," "Il ratto di Proserpina," "Così è (se vi pare)," "Company," "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Tasto bianco, tasto nero," "Les Folies," "Elisabeth," "Musical...che magia," "Moulin Rouge," "Add a place at the table," "My fair lady," and "Robin Hood - The Prince of Locksley." 



After earning a Diploma in Musical Theatre at the Musical Theatre Academy, he perfected himself at Musical Masterclasses with teachers from Stage Entertainment Germany and later as an actor at the Action Theater School in Rome under the direction of Cristiano Censi and Isabella Del Bianco; for prose, he was a student of Filippo Gili, Guglielmo Ferro, Paolo Zuccari, Marco Blanchi. In 2009 he graduated from the Faculty of Law in Catania with a thesis entitled "The King's Scene: law and theater from the Tudors to the Stuarts." Selected with five other emerging Italian directors, in 2015 he took part in "Tradizione - the Theater of Tomorrow," where he attended classes with Gabriele Lavia, Dacia Maraini, Michele Monetta, Roberto Herlitzka and other masters of Italian theater. He participated in training stages with a variety of artists from the Italian and international scene, and with the original casts of "Chicago," "Guys and dolls" and "The Lion King" in London.


National Award 2023 "Franco Enriquez" as Best Director / Reporting "Hystrio Award - Scritture di Scena" for "Kensington Gardens" / Selection XI Edition Award "Dante Cappelletti -" for "#salvobuonfine" / National Award to Dramaturgy "DO. IT - Dramaturgies Beyond Theater" for "#salvobuonfine" / Finalist "Premio Attilio Corsini - Salviamo i Talenti" - Teatro Vittoria in Rome for "Persone naturali e strafottenti" and for "#salvobuonfine" / Finalist "Premio Hystrio - Scritture di Scena" for "Torre Elettra" / Finalist "Fantasio" International Directing Award / "CTAS Oltreparola" Special Dramaturgy Award for "#salvobuonfine" / Finalist "Stazioni d'Emergenza Atto VII - Galleria Toledo" for "Festa della Repubblica"

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