Antonio Latella

Antonio Latella

 

Antonio Latella (Castellammare di Stabia, 1967) studied acting at the School of the Teatro Stabile di Torino, directed by Franco Passatore and at The Theatre Workshop of Florence, directed by Vittorio Gassman. Between 1986 and 2000 he worked as an actor. In 1998 he signed the first direction and in 2004 he moved to Berlin. Charge of the artistic direction of the Nuovo Teatro Nuovo in Naples for the 2010/2011 season.
In 2011 he founded stabilemobile - compagnia Antonio Latella. 
Most significant stagings: Othello (1999) and Romeo and Juliet (2000) by William Shakespeare (Ubu Prize 2001 for the project "Shakespeare and beyond"), Sotto stretta sorveglianza (2001), I Negri (2002 Girulà Award Best dramaturgy) and Querelle (2002) by Jean Genet, the trilogy of Pier Paolo Pasolini that includes Pylades (2002), Porcile (special Prize Vittorio Gassman and the prize "Teatro Prime") and Bestia di stile (2004), La cena delle ceneri of Giordano Bruno (2005, National Association of Theatre Critics award, Best Performance of the year), Aspettando Godot by Samuel Beckett (2007).
In 2004, he debuted in Lyon in opera directing with L'Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi; then follow Orfeo ed Euridice by Gluck and Tosca by Giacomo Puccini.
Among his most recent shows - Studio on Medea (UBU Award 2007 as Entertainer of the Year), Francamente me ne infischio (Ubu Prize 2013 as best director and best actress), Un tram chiamato desiderio (Ubu Prize and Hystro Award 2012 best director), the Russian trilogy Electra - Orestes - Iphigenia in Tauride (winner of three categories within the Russian prize PARADISE: best theater project, Georgiy Bolonev best actor, audience award). In 2013 he undertook a dramatic location on the lie that leads to A. H., Die Wohlgesinnten by Jonathan Littell and The Servant of Two Masters by Goldoni.

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