The message for the Commedia dell'Arte Day
Dedication by Carlo Boso
The dedication for the 2022 Commedia dell'Arte Day is presented in video instead of written text.
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He graduated from the Piccolo Teatro school of dramatic art in Milan, then under the direction of Giorgio Strehler and Paolo Grassi he takes part in shows directed by Massimo Castri, such as William Shakespeare's The Tempest, with Ruggero Dondi. With the mask of Harlequin he takes part in plays of Commedia dell'Arte. With Lydia Biondi he brings to Rome training courses for actors of the Commedia dell'Arte, with the help of Stefano Perocco who reconstructs theatrical masks in leather, of the type used by the comedians of the seventeenth century. From this training work will then derive shows, taken on tour in Italy and in many countries. In 2004, together with Danuta Zarazik, Carlo Boso created AIDAS, (Académie Internationale Des Arts du Spectacle) which is based in Versailles. It continues to organize international stages, for the dissemination and conservation of techniques and language, typical of the actors of the Commedia dell'Arte.