Actor, drama teacher, director
Acting? Yes, I'll have some.
I started acting in high school, studying then in Milano, all around Italy and more.
Now I work as actor, voice actor, drama teacher, and make yearly pilgrimages to Japan to learn traditional Japanese theatre.
Being someone else (for a while)
I don't really remember the moment I decided to make a living out of acting, actually, but this is the situation I'm in right now.
I work as actor with different venues and associations, but mainly with Spazio DiLà, an off-theatre in Milan, Italy.
(photo by Giorgio Gori)
What I love the most
I started teaching theatre very early, in elementary, middle and high school, as well in drama schools, with children, kids and adults as well.
It's the part of my job I enjoy the most and something I'd really miss if I had to stop for any reason.
I work as director with a few theatre companies, mainly La Compagnia del Tempo Perso, a Rho-based company of semi-professionals actors. I've been working with them since 2014, and produced six plays, both for adults and kids.
Tradurre è Tradire
Since 2002 I've been working as a part-time translator from English. I worked for a long time with Wyrd Edizioni, a publisher who specializes in role-playing and board games.
Since 2014, while writing a thesis on supernatural elements in Japanese theatre and media, I've been traveling every year to Japan to study traditional and contemporary performative arts.
I studied Noh theatre (both in Kyoto and in Milan), Butoh dance (both in Tokyo and in Pisa) and Nihonbuyo.
Love art in yourself, and not yourself in art