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Pierpaolo Sepe

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Pierpaolo Sepe started his career as a director in 1991 and from that day he created more the fifty plays. In 1997 he started an artistic collaboration with Nuovo Teatro Nuovo di Napoli that is still alive today. In 2005 he won the award “Premio Flaiano” as Best Theatrical Director; in 2012 the National Assosiation of Theatrical Critics (Associazione Nazionali dei Critici di Teatro ) assigned him the Critics Award 2012( Premio della Critica 2012) for the direction of “Le Cinque Rose di Jennifer”; again in 2012 he won the MArteAwards, the italian award for the artistic innovation for the direction of “Anna Cappelli” with Maria Paiato. In the season 2013/2014 italian theatres hosted his latest plays : SIK SIK by Eduardo de Filippo, presented at the Festival Benevento Città Spettacolo – and MEDEA by Seneca. This year he is nominated for the award Lettere 22 as best direction for “Il Servo”.Pierpaolo Sepe started his career as a director in 1991 and from that day he created more the fifty plays. In 1997 he started an artistic collaboration with Nuovo Teatro Nuovo di Napoli that is still alive today. In 2005 he won the award “Premio Flaiano” as Best Theatrical Director; in 2012 the National Assosiation of Theatrical Critics (Associazione Nazionali dei Critici di Teatro ) assigned him the Critics Award 2012( Premio della Critica 2012) for the direction of “Le Cinque Rose di Jennifer”; again in 2012 he won the MArteAwards, the italian award for the artistic innovation for the direction of “Anna Cappelli” with Maria Paiato. In the season 2013/2014 italian theatres hosted his latest plays : SIK SIK by Eduardo de Filippo, presented at the Festival Benevento Città Spettacolo – and MEDEA by Seneca. This year he is nominated for the award Lettere 22 as best direction for “Il Servo”.   He is a great explorer and lover of the contemporary dramaturgy , he’s always looking for new expressive languages and his theatre has political and social aims. He’s fully convinced of the centrality of the actor and hopes for a theatre where there is a real collaboration between the roles.

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