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Romeo Castellucci

 
 

Romeo Castellucci  nasce nel 1960 a Cesena. Si diploma in Pittura e Scenografia all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna. Nel 1981 fonda, insieme a Claudia Castellucci e a Chiara Guidi, la Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio. Da allora realizza spettacoli come regista, ideatore di scene, luci, suoni e costumi. I suoi lavori sono stati presentati in più di cinquanta nazioni, prodotti dai più prestigiosi teatri e festival del mondo. Nel 2002 è insignito del titolo di “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres” dal Ministero della Cultura della Repubblica Francese. È stato direttore artistico della Biennale Teatro di Venezia (2005), “Artiste Associé” alla direzione artistica della 62a edizione del Festival d’Avignon (2008) e artista prescelto per il Tokyo Festival del 2012. Dal 2013 è invitato a produrre alla Schaubhüne di Berlino. Tra i numerosi premi e onorificenze internazionali il recente conferimento del Leone d’oro alla carriera della Biennale di Venezia è l’ultimo importante riconoscimento del suo percorso artistico.

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Romeo Castellucci was born in 1960 in Cesena, Italy. He graduated with a degree in painting and scenography from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. In 1981, jointly with Claudia Castellucci and Chiara Guidi, he founded Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio. Since then he has produced numerous plays in the role of author, director and creator of scenes, lights, sound and costumes. He is known all over the world, his work have been presented in more than fifty different countries, as an author of theater based on the totality of the arts, aimed at creating an integral perception; he has also written various essays on the theory of directing plays, which trace the development of his type of theater. His directing is characterized by dramatic lines that are not subject to the primacy of literature, but rather make of theater a plastic, complex art, rich with visions. This has developed a comprehensible language in the same way that music, sculpture, painting and architecture can be. His plays are regularly invited and produced by the most prestigious theaters and festivals all over the world. As curator, Romeo Castellucci was nominated director of La Biennale Teatro di Venezia (2005), Artiste Associé at the artistic direction of the 62nd edition of Festival d’Avignon (2008), and co-director of Malta festival in Poznan (2013). Besides important international awards as artist and director, Romeo Castellucci has been recently awarded with the 'Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement' from the Theatre sector of the Biennale di Venezia (2013).