scholar, director and theater pedagogue. He received his PhD in History, Theory and Technique of Theater and Entertainment at Sapienza with prof. Ferruccio Marotti. He trained as an assistant director of Anatolij Vasil'ev and alongside the pedagogue Jurij Alschitz. He has published several essays and monographs mainly focused on Russian theater. In addition to several essays (on Stanislavskij, Ejzenštejn, Piotrovskij, Radlov, Annenkov, Pasolini, Plato and Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy), the volumes of the monograph on the revolutionary street performances of 1920 and the Italian editions of books by A. Vasil'ev and M.Knebel and the writings of EB Vachtangov. He was an adjunct professor at the University of Tuscia and at the University of Calabria. He is currently professor of History of the show at the Academy of Fine Arts in Frosinone.