Alessandro Curti - born in Torino in 1979, in 1998 he joins as actor the theatre company Marcido Marcidorjs e Famosa Mimosa, with which starts an artistic path lasted eight years focused basically on a rigorous use of the voice, taking part in more than twenty plays. Gets the graduation in DAMS (Disciplines of Art, Music and Show) in the Università degli Studi in Torino. In 2006 founds the Futurfestival, a private organization directed towards promoting international performances and workshops. In the following years works with some valuable European masters: Andrzej Szczużewski (actor in the Wroclaw Pantomime Theatre of Henryk Tomaszewski), Roberta Carreri and Augusto Omolù (Odin Teatret, Denmark), Yves Lebreton (Etienne Decroux student, founder of modern abstract mime), Eugenio Barba and Julia Varley (Odin Teatret) with whom take parts in 2008 in the performance The marriage of Medea and, one year later, in the re-arrangement of Ur-Hamlet. Between 2007 and 2008 he creates, directs and plays in two performances: Silhouette; soirée théâtrale-chantante (theatre cabaret), And now: Apocalypse in Mahagonny (from a libretto by Bertolt Brecht to the opera Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny by Kurt Weil). During all these years is promoting, organizing and leading theatre workshops in schools for children aged 3-16 years old. Since 2009 lives and works as actor in Wrocław (Poland), with the theatre company Teatr ZAR directed by Jarosław Fret. Is taking part in Gospels of Childhood. The Triptych and in the project Armine, Sister.