Edited by Sergio Lo Gatto
Focus on Gruppo nanou, theatrical group born in Ravenna in 2004 from the meeting between Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci and Roberto Rettura, with spectacles: Motel project (2008-2011) and Sport (2011).
Edited by Angela Bozzaotra
Focus on Collettivo Cinetico, established in 2007 in Ferrara, is a collective of artists of different backgrounds, which is structured around the choreographer and dancer Francesca Pennini. With the spectacles: *plek- (2012), Age (2012-2014) e Amleto (2014).
Edited by Lorenzo Guerrieri
Focus on Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini that since 2008 have started an intense and assiduous collaboration giving life to a series of theatrical projects of which they are both authors and performers, among which: Rewind. Omaggio a Cafè Müller di Pina Bausch (2008), Progetto Reality (2011) and Ce ne andiamo per non darvi altre preoccupazioni (2012).
Edited by Gaia Polidori
Focus on Muta Imago, theatrical company founded in 2004 by the director Claudia Sorace and the dramatist / sound designer Riccardo Fazi, with the spectacles: Lev (2008) and Dispace (2011).
Amelio “Memè” Perlini
Edited by Cristina Grazioli
Focus on Amelio “Memé” Perlini, protagonist of the Italian theatrical vanguard, who died in April 2017, with the spectacle Pirandello chi? (1973).
A cura di Renata Savo
Focus on Motus, company founded in 1991 by Enrico Casagrande and Daniela Nicolò, with the spectacles: Twin rooms (2002) and Nella tempesta (2013).
Carlo Quartucci and Carla Tatò
Edited by Donatella Orecchia, Viviana Raciti and Flaminia Bulla
Focus on Carlo Quartucci and Carla Tatò with: Zip-lap-lip-vap-mam-crep-scap-plip-trip-scrap e la grande mam alle prese con la società contemporanea(1965) and I Testimoni, ovvero la nostra piccola stabilizzazione (1968).
Edited by Carlo Titomanlio
Focus on Enzo Moscato, the Neapolitan actor UBU prize in 1988 and 1994, with the spectacles: Compleanno (1992) and Pièce noire (1987-2009).