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He studied Literature and Philosophy at La Sapienza in Rome. After his experience as an actor in Luigi De Filippo's company, he staged some thirty plays, including: Il viaggio di Alice by Evelina Santangelo, Solitudine by Beppe Fenoglio, La dodicesima notte by William Shakespeare, Terra dei miracoli by Leo Muscato, Rosso Malpelo by Giovanni Verga.  ,  ,

From 2005 to 2008, he was artistic director of the Le art'-Teatro company with which he realised his Re-writing Project, staging Romeo &, Juliet/Nati sotto contraria stella from Shakespeare, Casa di bambola/L'altra Nora from Ibsen, Gabbiano/Il volo from Chekhov.

Thanks to these three shows, in 2007 the National Association of Theatre Critics awarded him the 2007 PREMIO DELLA CRITICA as BEST DIRECTOR.

He subsequently directed Samuel Adamson's Tutto su mia madre, adapted from Pedro Almodovar's film, produced by Teatro Due in Parma and Teatro Stabile del Veneto, Moliére, a sua insaputa, his own text adapted from Molière, with Paolo Hendel, Michael Frayn's Due di noi, with Lunetta Savino and Emilio Solfrizzi, Euripides' Trojan Women, William Shakespeare's Commedia degli errori, with Peppe Barra, at the Veronese Theatre Summer.

In 2009 he made his debut as an opera director, staging La Voix Humaine by Cocteau/Poulenc and I Pagliacci by Leoncavallo at the Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, produced by the Circuito Lirico Lombardo.

In 2012 he staged La Bohéme, at the Sferisterio in Macerata, La fuga in maschera by G. Spontini, a co-production of the Pergolesi-Spontini Festival in Jesi and the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, and Nabucco, a co-production of the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari and the Teatro Lirico in Sassari.

Thanks to these three performances in 2013 he was awarded the Abbiati Prize for Best Director of the 2012 season.

Recent and future engagements include: I Masnadieri for the Festival Verdiano, Nabucco, Il Campiello and Le braci at Teatro Comunale di Firenze, Rigoletto at Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Un Ballo in maschera in Malmo and Rome, Nabucco at Opera di Montecarlo and at Opera di Firenze, the new production of La bella dormiente at Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, L' Incoronazione di Dario, the new production of Agnese and Nabucco at Regio di Torino, I Masnadieri in Parma, Bilbao and Monte Carlo, Carmen at the Maggio Musicale in Florence, Tosca, Rigoletto and Un ballo in maschera at the San Carlo in Naples, I due Foscari at the Verdi Festival, Nabucco again in Turin, Il barbiere di Siviglia at La Scala, Agrippina and Cenerentola in Bonn, Cecilia at the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari, Serse in Martina Franca, Ernani at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Agrippina in Bonn, La Cenerentola and Mefistofele in Cagliari, Le zite n'galera at the Teatro alla Scala.