Natasha Lardera

Natasha Lardera has a degree in Film and Creative Writing from Emerson College and a Master in Journalism from NYU. She is a journalist, translator, writer, critic who has been managing editor of various Italian and American publications focused on theater, cinema, food, wine, and tourism.  She is also an actress and songwriter. Since 2004, she has translated for KIT and collaborated on several shows including “Accattone in Jazz,” a play with Italian celebrity Valerio Mastandrea based on Pasolini’s film “Accattone,” which was performed at Lincoln Center. She has translated plays by Dino Buzzati, and poetry by Totò and other Italian... Read more

Romina Bufano

Romina Bufano, attrice e cantante, unisce una formazione puramente attoriale ad una forte passione per il canto e la musica jazz. Studia recitazione per oltre dieci anni con nomi quali Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Roberta Nicolai, Reimondi e Capogrossi per il teatro Aurelio Grimaldi per il cinema. Sul palco lavora in molte produzioni teatrali e musicali degli stessi maestri nonchè di Piero Martini e Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, scrive e produce spettacoli-concerto, prende parte a diversi cortometraggi e tiene laboratori teatrali per adulti ed adolescenti. Romina ha fondato con Donatella e Laura la KIT Italia nel... Read more
Gli Esonerati – The Exonerated

Gli Esonerati – The Exonerated

Fontanone Del Gianicolo July 22 and 29, 2002 GLI ESONERATI – THE EXONERATED DI JESSICA E ERIC BLANK Traduzione di Donatella Codonesu e Laura Caparrotti Adattamento di Laura Caparrotti e Riccardo Costa LETTURE DEDICATE AGLI ERRORI GIUDIZIARI E ALLA PENA DI MORTE IN AMERICA Direzione artistica di Laura Caparrotti e Riccardo Costa Uno spettacolo basato su 11 delle 40 interviste che Erik e Jessica hanno condotto con gli esonerati dal braccio della morte. Le storie che qui appaiono sono di: Kerry Max Cook. Condannato nel 1978, rilasciato nel Novembre 1997, archiviato nel 1999; Neil Ferber. Condannato nel 1982, rilasciato nel 1986; Gary Gauger. Condannato nel 1993, rilasciato nel 1996; Robert Earl Hayes. Condannato nel 1991, rilasciato nel 1997; Sonia Jacobs. Condannata nel 1976, rilasciata nel 1992; David Keaton. Condannato nel 1971, rilasciato nel 1973; Wilbert Lee e Freddie Pitts. Condannati nel 1963, rilasciati nel 1975; Randall Padgett.Condannato nel 1992, rilasciato nel 1997; Brad Scott. Condannato nel 1988, rilasciato nel 1991; Delbert Tibbs. Condannato nel 1974, rilasciato nel 1977. Appaiono inoltre le persone piu’  importanti nella vita di questi individui: Sandro Cook Sue Gauger Georgia Hayes Brenda Massengill April Scott PRESS: FuciNews Angeli Press Radio Radicale... Read more

Lucretia Moroni

Lucretia Moroni (Set Designer) Born in Milan, Italy, Lucretia Moroni attended the renowned Van der Kelen School in Brussels and continued her training in interiors with the Renzo Mongiardino architecture firm in Milan. After working with Franco Zeffirelli for the sets of La Traviata, she moved to New York City in the early 1980’s. She has worked on a large number of private and public projects, including the renovation of Bethesda Fountain in Central Park, residences in Italy, South America and the U.S. Her work has been published widely in design and general magazines worldwide. Lucretia Moroni in 1997, also founded Fatto a Mano, a creative workshop located in New York, which designs and produces a variety of printed silk and linen fabrics, a collection of wallpapers, floor treatments such as faux-mosaics, painted rugs and wood inlays, murals and glass and mirror panels.  For more information on Lucretia, go to:... Read more

Marta Mondelli

Marta graduated in Ancient History, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Bologna and in acting from the European Theatre School of Bologna “Galante Garrone”. In Italy, she acted in theater and movies next to Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Adriano Giannini (in the film Stai Con Me, directed by Livia Giampalmo), Sara D’Amario (in the film La Maschera d’Acqua directed by Leonardo Ferrantini), Mariangela Melato (in the film Vieni Via Con Me, directed by Carlo Ventura). In New York she studied acting with Susan Batson and works in theater and movies (among her credits the short film Crossing, directed by Riccardo Costa, with Anthony Mackie and The Groomsmen, directed by Ed Burns with Brittany Murphy). With the company Kairos Italy Theater she has performed one act plays in Italian and English by Italian authors such as Edoardo DeFilippo and Ennio Flaiano and the two-character play by Franca Valeri Tosca And The Two Downstairs. Marta has also been freelancing as a journalist since 2006 in Italian and in English (she writes for the The Huffington Post). The first movie she wrote and directed, the feature film The Contenders won the Aloha Accolade Award for Excellence in Filmmaking at the Honolulu Film Festival 2010. Her second screenplay, A Small Accident, got an honorable mention at the Table Read My Screenplay at the Sundance Film Festival 2011 and it is in development. Her first novel, Occhi di Cane, Cuore di Cervo was published in Italy earlier this year.... Read more