Francesco Marino

Elements of psychology and pedagogy, dramaturgy and history of theater and performing arts

He is an actor, director and teacher. As an actor he graduated in Florence in 1982 at the theater school of Ugo Chiti. In 1984 he moved to Rome where he studied with Angelo Corti the commedia dell'arte, with Marise Flach, gestural technique and mime, with John Cappelletti - New York - the Strasberg method. In the following years he perfected his study on theatrical pedagogy with Eimuntas Nekrosius, Nicolaj Karpov, Marilyn Fried, Steven Berkoff. As an actor he works with several directors including Ugo Chiti, Glauco Mauri, Lorenzo Salveti, Giancarlo Sepe, Luca Ronconi. He collaborated for a long time with Maurizio Costanzo at the Parioli theater in Rome. From 1994 to 2000 he founded and directs the company "Opera Prima". He is responsible for various theatrical performances for other companies and for the Teatro Stabile di Calabria. As part of the training, teaches acting for the Musical School of Bari directed by Gino Landi, the Musical Studies Center of Rome directed by Franco Miseria. Currently he is a teacher of theater pedagogy for the Teatro Stabile di Calabria and at the Academy of Fine Arts of Catanzaro, also since 2008 he teaches elements of psychology and pedagogy at the "Scuola Internazionale di Teatro" today "Accademia Internazionale di Teatro". In 2005 he founded the company Les Enfants Terribles, of which he is artistic director, with which he produces several shows of which he supervises and is an interpreter. He holds courses and workshops on communication at the universities of Calabria and other private and public institution.