The company Balle Rouge asserts a strong identity: it creates visual musical shows and without words. Since its creation, the company has played more than a thousand shows in more than fifteen countries on three continents.
In 2003 the first show of the company was born, "La Balle Rouge" - the Red Ball - consisting of three artists: Franck Jublot, Jacques Trupin and Denis Garénaux. It was presented in 2005 at the Theater Dunois (Stage Convention Young Public, Paris) and the following year in Avignon at the House Theater for Children.
In 2009 in Avignon. " La Balle Rouge "  played with a string quintet in France and abroad in prestigious venues such as The Luxembourg Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Circus Theater Elbeuf.
In 2013 the company embarked on a new project "L’enfant roi" - The King Child.
This one is presented in Avignon at Espace Alya. Like the show " La Balle rouge ", "The King Child" is proposed in two different forms: with a string quartet or with a duo. It is presented among other places at the Luxembourg Philharmonic, Theater Beaune, Una Volta Bastia...
In 2016, the show La Balle rouge is selected to shoot with the JMF and the Jeunesses Musicales International, the show receives in Porto the prize of the best small ensemble and also that of the best production 2017, among 30 international productions.
In 2018, the show La Balle rouge is also selected by the Vienna Philharmonic in Austria, at FIB the Bergen International Festival in Norway, in Turkey at the Izmir World Puppet Festival and three week tour in Swedish.
In 2019, the show goes to Lithuania, Finland, Russia, Norway, and Korea in the festival off Suwon.

BATIDA (Denmark)
A vibrant and colourful ensemble of musical actors.
From the very outset The Batida Theatre Company has hung on to its principle of integrating live music and movement in its shows on equal footing with text and design. All music is performed live, it’s visible, and often staged and used in much the same way as choreography is in dance: as a form of expression in its own right.
Batida has developed its very own unique interacting theatrical style, and has over time created a wide range of shows, addressing all age groups – adults included. The shows are performed at Batida’s own theatre – a converted factory building in Copenhagen – as well as on tour in Denmark or anywhere in the world where they may find an audience. Batida has toured in 46 different countries.

The theater company « Cie Histoire De » was created in 2011 by Sabrina Lambert and Fanny Farel for an artistic project dedicated to families, known as La Balle Perdue.
A multidisciplinary theatre: the theater group tends to adjust their plays for young generations through pluri-disciplinary forms, mixing dance, song and both object and shadow theater. As taste is constituted from several savors, its inspiration comes from many languages. Indeed, their disciplines are meld into something to create their own way to communicate. There are the body, the voice, the materials, the aesthetic, the symbolism. The plastic construction is the focus of this particular work. Those scripts get invented through music, songs, images, but also within their emotional workload. Because theatre is a place of hope and utopia, in that way the communication towards the public never loses a sense of lightness, the wish to communicate with humor, love, unpretentiously and with generosity.
​Sabrina Lambert comes from theatre that she has been practicing since 16 years (Théâtre du Contretemps, Vélo Théâtre, Collectif Sayzel, …). She has also been interested in dance since her early childhood (traineeships with Sharon Fridman, André Sitter). In 2013, she met, set her minds and developed songs (Les Castafiores Bazooka, Opéra comique, …). Because creation is movement and goes limitless, for her last project "Le chant des Baleines" (the song of Whales) she discovered plastic creation for the scenography and shadow theatre.

DE DANSERS (Netherlands)
De Dansers is a Utrecht-based company (NL) that creates "dance concerts": organic meetings of acrobatic modern dance and live music. Their performances celebrate youth, in both children and grown ups. They engage their audience with physical energy, humor, sincerity and togetherness. The company is expert in the first encounter with dance and creates work for children/families and for (young) adults who are used to believe - unjustly - that dance is not suitable for them. With over 130 performances a year, De Dansers reaches many visitors yearly both in the city of Utrecht, and,  nation-wide and internationally, in theaters, schools and (open air) festivals.

delleAli was founded in 1996 by a group of actors and entertainers featuring strong craftsmanship and interdisciplinary aimed at investigating influences between different forms of expression. Now delleAli is composed by Alessandra Anzaghi, Giada Balestrini and Antonello Cassinotti as artistic core.Despite the attention to aesthetic elements, the actor is considered as the theatrical and performative core, around which a picture must be drawn, where text / sound / light / image interact. delleAli is made by different souls: sound theatre, young theatre and community theatre. All of them are connected by each other in our poetic vision and in our theatrical residence delleAli with its artistic residency teXtura is having human, poetic and prospective experiences with libraries, theatre, exhibition spaces, local artists, kindergartens and elderly centers in the territory.
delleAli is member of Etre, residency network, and C.Re.S.Co, a contemporary italian theatre coordination group engaged in cultural policy.

For more than 45 years this historic children’s theatre company – founded by Pietro Fenati with Elvira Mascanzoni and Ezio Antonelli and organised by William Rossano and Sara Maioli – has been producing theatre works and interactive installations through a distinctive interweaving of artistic languages. Their puppet shows and interactive multi-sensorial exhibitions for an encounter between art and early childhood are among the most interesting works on the European scene, centred around the experiential factor of the little spectators-enjoyers. The use and refinement of the senses, the narrated and evocative word, fun learning: these make each production a living and necessary subject that cries out for participation. The Company directs and organises numerous child-oriented theatre events and festivals. Worth mentioning since it is in harmony with Small Size is Artebebè, a province-wide project of theatre, art and culture for early childhood which couples artistic quality with educational, social and recreational value. Artebebè came into being in 2009 with the aim of creating new forms of socialisation for infants and their families through encounters with the languages of theatre, music and the plastic and figurative arts. The project immediately became part of the Provincial Administration’s plan for promotion of its policies: safeguarding and accommodating infancy and adolescence, and therefore providing parenting support. Since 1991 Drammatico Vegetale is part of Ravenna Teatro, a Centre of Production. 

exvUoto teatro (Italy)
exvUoto teatro was born in 2012 from the meeting of Andrea Dellai and Tommaso Franchin and their desire to tell stories. Antonia Bertagnon joins them immediately, bringing with her the strong experience of building a privileged relationship with the spectator gained within the Lemming Theatre of which she was the soul and founder.
exvUoto teatro builds relationships.
exvUoto teatro builds relationships through the stories it tells.
We search and find stories everywhere and we are convinced that thanks to these we can reweave the fabric of the society in which we live.
We create shows as if they were contemporary fairy tales, to look at our world from a little further away or from another point of view.
 We like to immerse ourselves in the contemporary world and then jump out of it, like dolphins from the sea: they know how to play and prey.
We mix poetic language and popular mythology.
We talk to the very young and to generations before us.
Let's breathe in the time of the game.
We pursue lightness.
"Because lightness is not superficiality, but gliding over things from above, don’t have boulders on your heart. [...] Lightness for me goes with precision and determination, not with vagueness and abandonment to chance. "
[Italo Calvino]
For us, theatre is a key to understanding reality: we often and willingly leave the theatre and tell the places and cities through the eyes of those who see them for the first time.
We meet people, we look for and create relationships with the inhabitants of a neighborhood, a town, a city, a factory, with the ambition of rebuilding, together with them, the social fabric of their community.

Faber teater (Italy)
Faber as a blacksmith, craftsman, ours wants to be a theatre of craftmanship, an artist's workshop where you can learn, study, rejoice, search, stay. We focus on the work of the actor, group theatre, collective creation, we cultivate the actor-spectator relationship and we are in the continuous and exciting search for "our theatre" made up of thought, action, ideas, shows, exchanges, quality , commitment. We believe in the spectacular moment as an intense exchange of perceptions, emotions, energies, “stories” with the audiences, in the often unconventional places that host us.
Faber Teater was born in 1997 thanks to the intuition and vision of Aldo Pasquero (for years also the artistic director of the group with the precious collaboration of Giuseppe Morrone).
We believe in self-pedagogy and in the collective and individual research of a training, of a preparation for the scene that passes through different traditions coming from near and far worlds: from yoga to dance, from acrobatics to the use of stilts, from singing to narration, studying musical instruments. Since 2004 we have chosen to deepen the vocal, musical and pedagogical research with Antonella Talamonti, composer, trainer, teacher and vocalist, for twenty years collaborator of the Scuola Popolare di Musica of Testaccio in Rome.
Over the years we have confronted and collaborated with many men and women of theatre, whom we esteem, from whom we have learned a lot and with whom we have shared and keep sharing part of our pedagogical and artistic path including Mario Barzaghi, Claudia Contin and Ferruccio Merisi , Andrea Brugnera, Rocco De Paolis, Mario Chiapuzzo, Luciano Nattino, Gianni Bissaca, Paolo Nani.
We have created and toured the world many shows, in prestigious festivals in the great capitals and in the most remote villages, in historical theaters and small squares, for very few or hundreds of spectators.

FACTORY carries out activities for the production of shows, realization of international cooperation projects, workshops and theater projects within the Prison of Lecce.
In 2011, 2012 and 2015 the company produced the Shakespearian trilogy with MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, ROMEO AND JULIET and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. The shows have toured extensively in Italy and abroad, like CINDERELLA, dance theatre show “tout-public” with which the company was at the Fringe Festival at Edinburgh and in other countries.
In 2016, DIARY OF AN UGLY DUCKLING, the second show co-produced with TIR danza, which once again combines theatre and dance, opens. 
In 2019 two new works make their debut: “MATTIA E IL NONNO”, winner of the EOLO AWARDS 2020, by Roberto Piumini with Ippolito Chiarello and “CORRI, DAFNE!” by and with Ilaria Carlucci.

Fondazione Giorgio Gaber (Italy)
The Giorgio Gaber Foundation was founded in 2006, continuing the activity carried out by the Cultural Association of the same name, which formed after the artist’s death. The main purpose of the Foundation is the dissemination and enhancement of the figure and work of the artist through editorial publications, video, discography, educational activities, exhibitions, festivals, seasons, conferences, meetings and theatre performances.

The TEATRO RAGAZZI E GIOVANI ONLUS FOUNDATION, chaired by Alberto Vanelli and directed by Graziano Melano, is recognized by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, and is supported by the Piedmont Region, the City of Turin, the Compagnia di San Paolo and the CRT Foundation . TRG COLLABORATES WITH ITALIAN AND FOREIGN INSTITUTIONS and with local and regional authorities, implementing co-productions, projects and hospitality initiatives with similar national and foreign structures and institutions, with particular attention to European countries. IT PRODUCES AND DISTRIBUTES SHOWS in Italy and abroad, for which he has received numerous prizes and awards. Since 2006 it has been managing the CASA DEL TEATRO RAGAZZI E GIOVANI, where it programmes a rich season of shows for schools, families and from this year also for a wider audience, welcoming over 30,000 spectators every year. A multipurpose theatre that hosts two theatrical halls, a large outdoor arena, classrooms for laboratories, a rehearsal room, a cozy cafeteria and the spaces where the offices of the TRG Onlus Foundation and those of other companies are located. The TRG Onlus Foundation is also, together with the Piemonte dal Vivo Foundation, the administrative and organizational referent of a regional network called PROGETTO TEATRO RAGAZZI E GIOVANI PIEMONTE, which organizes theatre seasons for schools and families in almost 50 municipalities of the Piedmont Region, for a total of almost 300 performances and about 50,000 spectators every year. It organizes an extensive TRAINING activity offering children, teenagers, young people and adults the opportunity to become protagonists of the scene.
FCE-Records (Italy)

The aim of the association is to promote the diffusion of youth culture, with particular attention to all artistic forms of Italian and foreign music. It organises conferences, exhibitions, video and film screenings, concerts, theatre performances and musical entertainment. Among others, it also publishes magazines, bulletins, conference proceedings, audio and video materials.

HANAFUBUKI (belgium)
Born in Antwerp in 2011, Hanafubuki vzw is a multi-disciplinary company that works with various artists from different disciplines. These collaborations dictate the shape and content of the works Hanafubuki creates. Their works are therefore very diverse, with a focus on a strong visual character


KompaniTO is a Norwegian circus and dance company. It was founded in 2014 by Tamar Ohana Goksøyr and Mari Dahl Stoknes. In the crossover between circus, dance, physical theatre, music and text, we work towards creating stage art that is open, challenging and welcoming. 

As well as creating and performing our own performances, KompaniTO is collaborating with outstanding artists and companies. KompaniTO also organizes the circus and performing arts festival MERGE NORGE - Scenekunstfestival for nysirkus. The next edition of the festival will be in Oslo in October 2021.  ​

Founded in 1976, La Baracca has been working in the field of theatre for children and early years for the past 40 years. Every year, new productions for all age groups are realised, together with a season entirely addressed to schools and families at Teatro Testoni in Bologna. The company’s productions are aimed exclusively at children and young people, and they are centred on actors theatre and on an original theatrical style.  To date, La Baracca has produced over 245 shows for children and young people, with more than 12.900 performances.


The Theatre Company "La Luna nel letto" travels in Italy and abroad with its productions in TYA. The latest work "Il vecchio e il mare" directed by Michelangelo Campanale has received the Eolo Awards 2011 as the best Italian theatre show for children and young people. The company was founded in 2002 by the cultural association "Tra il Dire e il Fare" with which it continues to collaborate. The Cultural Association "Tra il dire e il fare" was born twenty years ago in Ruvo di Puglia. Its activities are aimed at promoting and spreading culture, intended as a "privileged place" for research, dialogue and experimentation of play, figurative arts, music, dance and theatre in all its features. The company is currently managing the Municipal Theatre of Ruvo di Puglia and it is included in the project TEATRI ABITATI 2010/2012 - a contemporary theatre network.

Simone de Jong originated from mime and music theatre and creates work based around sound and imagination. Every performance appeals to multiple senses, often in a secretive way. "Hermit" is travelling around the world and the new show "Timtim" is touring in Europe. Artistic director Simone de Jong is also the author of "Het geheim van meneer Hartjes", a novel for children published in 2016.

Teatro all'improvviso (Italy)

Teatro all’improvviso was born in 1978. It takes its first steps in popular theatre and commedia dell’arte; then the curiosity and the need to face new forms of art deeply changed and transformed Teatro all’improvviso, that now focuses on image, poetry and gesture. To create art and theatre for children has always been the priority! Teatro all’improvviso produced shows for children from 3 to 10 years old only, trying to excite their thoughts and emotions, through play and abstraction.
The Company believes in a theatre that deals with any form of art, without any pedagogical or teaching purpose: the aim is to involve and provoke children with unexpected and evocative performances.

Teatro al quadrato was established in 2009 in Tarcento (UD) thanks to a common artistic and educational path. We are actors, technicians and artists who have met each other, shared dreams and joined together to do theatre performances: shows, labs, festivals and events dedicated in particular to young people.
We work in the province of Friuli and from 2010 even in Carpi (MO). We do our best to pass down to  kids our passion for theatre, its ability to tell stories that can touch deeply, despite the trends of the moment.

With its three halls and a foyer always animated by meetings, readings and different initiatives, the Teatro della Tosse is not only a home for the company - which also creates off-stage events and takes its shows on tour - but a crossroads for artists and companies from all over the world, where to offer the public a meeting place full of novelties and cultural stimuli.
Founded in 1975 by theatre and cultural personalities including Aldo Trionfo, Rita Cirio, Giannino Galloni, La Tosse had as its creators the director Tonino Conte and the set designer Emanuele Luzzati who were artistic directors until 2006-07.
Teatro Stabile Privato since 1995, in 1996 the Teatro della Tosse received the UBU special prize for its research activity.
In 2005 the Theater became the "Luzzati Teatro della Tosse Foundation". In addition to the change of statute, the great new element - after the death of Emanuele Luzzati in 2006 - is represented by the choice of a shared artistic direction on a three-yearly basis.
In 2007 Massimiliano Civica gave life to the three-year project “Let's do theater together”, referring, in its title, to the book by Conte and Luzzati (Einaudi, 1977) which had symbolically started the adventure of La Tosse. From the 2010-11 season Emanuele Conte is the artistic director of the Teatro della Tosse with the advice of director Fabrizio Arcuri: together they signed the three-year project “Notes on the future”. From the 2012-13 season the theater will launch for the first time in its history an eight-month long double season, with twenty titles divided between "In trionfo" and "Cantiere Campana" (from the names of the halls in which they take place) which give greater consistency to the project, anticipated by the creation of La Claque in Agorà (the third hall of the Sant'Agostino complex), to diversify and determine more and more the multiple souls that make up La Tosse.
Since January 2015, the artistic director has been Amedeo Romeo.
In March 2015, the Luzzati Foundation - Teatro della Tosse was recognized by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage as "Theater of Relevant Cultural Interest" (TRIC), the only one in Liguria together with the Teatro Stabile of Genoa.

Academic literary training, pedagogical study, theatrical apprenticeship with masters of Italian research, outline what will be the guidelines for Simona Gambaro's investigation into art. Where study, writing, dramaturgy and theatrical action (from the classical scene to the marginal places where theatre can miraculously happen, for everyone's use and scope) are mixed within a single philosophical tension: the search for a practice of living, a gaze, an art in constant dialogue with life, connecting to the present. An art of transformation.
It finds identity at present in MerakiTEatro conceived as a place of meetings, exchanges and contaminations, a container of ideas, an incubator for projects that open up from the theatre to the performing arts and experimentation with new artistic languages. Since it is not structured in a legal form, it lives thanks to collaborations, productions, organizational, administrative and financial support of the theatres and the structures that host its individual projects.
For "IDA" Simona Gambaro meets the trust and precious support of Fondazione Luzzati - TEATRO DELLA TOSSE which produces the show. 

Teatro Gioco Vita (artistic director Diego Maj) was founded in 1971, from the experience of theatre animation.  Its particular way of performing, interpreting and living theatre provided an original contribution to the birth of youth theatre.  Teatro Gioco Vita began working with shadow theatre at the end of the Seventies.  Both its professional coherence and consciousness together with contributions from external collaborators have led to the creation of unique productions in this genre, for which it has won awards and prestigious collaborations around the world. The Company, under the artistic direction of Fabrizio Montecchi and Nicoletta Garioni, is involved not only in theatre productions but also in workshops for schools and youngsters and professional training.  
Teatro Gioco Vita combines its activities in the territory of Piacenza and its province (direction of the Theatre Season at Teatro Municipale, organization of theatre seasons and other cultural events, hospitality, workshops and training) with an increasingly international dimension that has led its shadow theatre productions not only in Europe, but also  in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Japan, China, Israel, Taiwan and Turkey.


He was born in Pegognaga in February 1963. He graduated as “Maestro d’Arte e di Arti Applicate” in 1982 and in 1984 he starts working to “Galleria d’arte contemporanea Maurizio Corraini” of Mantua where he remains until 2001. During this period his occupation consists in setting up many exhibitions and fairs. Here he has the occasion to meet many artists like Bruno Munari.During the years the gallery changed in one of the most important publishing houses dedicated to art at national level, for this reason Gianfranco has the opportunity to follow the texts of some books dedicated to the world of recipes.
He collaborated with “Festivalletteratura” since his birth, starting with the realisation of “Cene letterarie”. In 2001 he curated the book “Il piacere di cucinare” along with Dora Renotti e Mimi Galassi, the book gathers 3 years of recipes during the “cene letterarie”.
Since 2001 he takes care of the point of sale and the kitchen school of the San Biagio’s company Le Tamerici, with many weekly classes dedicated to all food’s features. 
In 2003 he wrote the book “Per Fare Mostarda” with Paola Calciolari, published by Edizioni Corraini.
He curated some kitchen workshops dedicated to baby chefs during in 2012 and 2013 in occasion of the international festival “Segni d’infanzia”. Since 2013 he curated the heading Piccoli Chef for the furniture’s magazine Meson’s. In the last years he collaborated and still collaborate with many Matuan’s food companies.    

She has worked in bookshops in Milan since 2009 and is a consultant for several publishing houses. Books, artistic gymnastics, whales, travel and dogs are her passions, but what she cares about most is to promote reading for children of all ages. She deals with school books, guides for teachers, teaching materials, aids for children with difficulties and more. A tireless reader, she is always on the lookout for new things that can help her in her mission: to ensure that children, parents and teachers find the book they are looking for.

A singer-songwriter, poet, writer and phantasmagoric entertainer, Capossela is a 360° artist, who does not consider but, on the contrary, goes beyond the existing barriers between the different arts. He usually brings together theater, radio, writing, cinema in his artistic path.
His concert activity, both in Italy and abroad, is increasingly aimed at the representation of the work in the form of a show: he seems to have definitively devoted himself to a universal music-hall, where the song becomes theatre and vice versa.
In 2020 he is the artist who undertakes the image of the animal symbol of the XV edition of SEGNI New Generations Festival, the Whale. A great cetacean that recurs in his musical production and beyond, of which he undergoes the charm and majesty. A majesty that can be frightening, but conveys the idea of ​​a necessary step to overcome fears, especially in the complex post-pandemic moment we are experiencing.
The Whale created by Capossela together with Claudia Losi is strongly material, contoured in white paper and lying on a blue accordion-like sea. In the belly of the “gentle giant of the seas” Vinicio has drawn himself with a table, a piano and a candle: he is creating.
The animal symbol of SEGNI 2020 also appears in the title of Capossela's famous album, “Marinai, profeti e balene" - Sailors, prophets and whales (2011), poised between music and literature, with echoes from Melville's Moby Dick, which is a plunge and re-emerge from the ​​depths of the sea.
He has always been familiar with animals and symbols - from "Ballate per uomini e bestie” - Ballads for men and beasts to "Bestiario d’amore” - Bestiary of love (2020) - investigating their affinities with the human being.

Tommaso Carozzi was born in 1977 in Verona, Italy. He has studied painting and Illustration at the Academy of fine Arts in Verona and at the School of Illustration in Sarmede (TV) and subsequently he has worked as an illustrator, character design and concept artist for movies and animation studios. Among the many collaborations are those with directors such as Pupi Avati, Marc Forster, Ricky Tognazzi, Gary Winich and with set designers such as Marco Luppi and Stuart Wurtzel.  In 2006 he was invited to exhibit at the 10th Architecture Biennale and in 2011 he participated in the 54th Venice Art Biennale. In 2012 he was among the Italian artists exhibiting at the Villa Reale in Monza for the Italy-China Biennale. In 2007 and 2013 he was included in the Italian Illustrators Register. In 2019 his first silent book as author-illustrator comes out "The day of the whales", written by Davide Calì, Edizioni Chocolat! Jeunesse (France).

Apulian artist who ranges from theatre to cinema, to music. In these fields he has mainly engaged himself as an actor, but he has also practiced the way of writing, directing and training, also in the field of social unrest.
His research path (shows, projects, training) focuses on the recovery of the public-artist relationship and has generated the “Barbonaggio Teatrale” format, a tool for the diffusion, distribution and promotion of theatre.

Jade Derudder (°1990), graduated at Tilburg Fontys Dance Academy in the Netherlands. She completed her education with two years Theatre directing at RITCS Brussels, a yoga teachers course and a degree in creative therapy. Jade is a young and passionate dancer/choreographer/maker/performer who worked for Kopergietery Ghent, Tanzhaus NRW Düsseldorf, HetPaleis Antwerp and Fabuleus Louvain. You could have seen her in That's how they Zoo things from Randi Devlieghe and Cliffdancers together with six international choreographers. In 2018 she created her own cross media solo called Panic at a lot of other places besides the disco. She is the lead singer of the performance rave band Daddy Issues together with violinist Elisabeth Klinck

Pianist and composer, she was born in Ostiglia in 1972. She support many causes for human rights and she founded Garilli Sound Project.

Sara Zoia got a degree in 1999 at Scuola di Teatro del Piccolo, where she was a student of Giorgio Strehler, Giulia Lazzarini and Ferruccio Soleri. She developed her education working with: Peter Brook, Bruce Myers, Jos Houben, Juan Carlos Corazza, Cristina Pezzoli and Carolyn Carlson.
During the period of her formation she participated to some shows like Elvira o La passione teatrale from Jouvet, directed by Giorgio Strehler and “Tre Sorelle” by Cechov curated by Enrico D’amato.
In 2001 she won the award “premio Hystrio alla vocazione”. During the following years she participated to many productions. Among other, “Viaggio al termine della notte” by Céline, curated by Salvatore Lazzaro and Susanna Beltrami, for the CRT of Milan, “Gerusalemme liberate” written by Tasso, direction of Tonino Conte for Teatro della Tosse of Genoa. 
From season 2002/2003 to season 2009/2010 she had the role of Clarice in “Arlecchino servitore di due padroni” written by Goldoni, historical direction of Giorgio Strehler.
In 2010 she returned to Piccolo Teatro for “Donna Rosita nubile” written by Federico García Lorca, direction of Lluís Pasqual. Among more recent interpretations there are “Maternity Blues” written by Grazia Versani, direction of Elena Arvigo, “La Torre d’Avorio” written by Ronald Harwood, direction of Luca Zingaretti, “Angeli e Nuvole” and “Amore e Psiche” both by Cristina Cazzola and Lucio Diana.
Still to Piccolo Teatro, “Divine parole” written by Ramon Marìa of Valle-Inclàn, direction of Damiano Michieletto, “Bella e fiera” written by Laura Curino, direction of Emiliano Bronzino. “L’Opera da tre soldi” written by Bertold Brecht with the direction of Damiano Michieletto.
In the last years she’s collaborating with Segni d’infanzia for various projects and events.