19 June 2021

Liv Ferracchiati

Todi 1985. Graduated in Literature and Philosophy at La Sapienza in Rome and graduated in theatrical direction at Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Arts in Milan. In 2015 he founded The Baby Walk Company, with which he began the Trilogy on Identity project, on the theme of transgenderism from female to man, and created the first chapterPeter Pan guarda sotto le gonne. Since 2015 he has collaborated with Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria, for which, in 2016, he wrote and directed Todi is a small town in the center of Italy, a show-document on his hometown, which seeks a paradigm of life in the Italian province of Todi, presented at Ternifestival 2016. Stabat Mater, second chapter of the Trilogy, wins the 2017 Hystrio Scritture di Scena Prize. The same year the third chapter, Un eschimese in Amazzonia, won the 2017 Scenario Prize. In 2017, Todi is a small town in the center of Italy, Peter Pan guarda sotto le gonne and Stabat Mater, are selected by Antonio Latella for the 2017 Biennale Teatro, 45th International Theater Festival. In 2019 Commedia con schianto. Struttura di un fallimento tragico, satire on the theatrical system, made its debut at the Festival delle Colline Torinesi and at the Roma Europa Festival. In 2020 he dramaturgically re-elaborates and stages Anton Chekhov’s Platonov, which debuts at the Biennale Teatro 2020, 48th International Theater Festival, receiving the Special Mention of the International Jury.