My career as an actor is a composite material. Over the years I have studied a lot of performing art languages and I have deeply studied several techniques.
At the beginning I experienced physical theater. So I attended a Lecoq method school, then a number of Terzo Teatro companies. I worked and I'm still working on
Commedia dell'Arte and masks. I trained in mimodrama and pantomime and I did a little contemporary dance.
But I use to face with prose theater too; in my works I have experienced the contamination of words, dance, music and theater.
During the last few years I started to approach puppet theatre as a subject of study; I saw a lot of puppet shows when I went to Naples for a Bruno Leone's "guarattelle" workshop. I was very fond of the idea that a non-living piece of matter could generate on stage such a fascinating and indefinable phenomenon, with so many meanings and (almost) infinite possibilities.
Since then, my artistic research is willing to recognise these potentials and studying them. Lately I'm doing my own puppet shows but I'm still very curious about other tecniques and languages. So I'm attending several festivals and schools - mainly "Animateria" (a puppet theatre school in Piacenza) and the Atelier delle Figure in Faenza, where Gaspare Nasuto teachs tecniques of puppet making. I'm very eager to take part in a real show production in these field with the opportunity to meet and be directed by Ines Pasic, an artist who I admire very much but unfortunatly I never met.