Actress, dancer, cultural producer, singer-songwriter (under the name Altrove), choreographer, acting and movement for actors coach and theatre-dance teacher. Eclectic figure, who has filled his lack of roots within the creativity space, understood as a multidisciplinary container, where identity can be created.
Italian-South-Sudanese, born in Genova and resident in Rome. She graduated with honors in Theater Studies at the University of Bologna. Masters in Intercultural Education at the University of Roma Tre with the experimental thesis “Empatheatre: traveling in someone else's shoes. The discovery of ourself and the others through the performing arts”. She is certified to teach Mindfulness Yoga© at the A. T. Beck Institute of Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy. Csen National Diploma in teaching ethnic, popular and choreographic dance with specialization in African dances.
She participated in numerous theater and film productions as well as popular and contemporary dance companies as actress, dancer and choreographer.
She founded Danzemeticce/Worldance, a cultural association created for the use and transmission of the performing arts as cultural, intercultural vehicles of personal and collective transformation and of physical and spiritual union and created Empatheatre© a series of workshops to practice empathy as an ability to learn through the medium of performing arts.
Author and interpreter of the performances "Without Roots" (2009); "Barefeet on Concrete" (2010); "Tammurriata Nera, a tammurriata with an African expression" (2012); "Hieros Gamos. Sacred Bond" (2014); "Exodus.1876-1976" (2015); "WWW – World Wide Women" (2017); "Ad Sidera. Towards the Stars" (2018); "The Buried Port" (2018/2019).
Author and interpreter of the short films "Joy" (Corto di videodanza nato per il web e commissionato da Roma Multietnica e Biblioteche di Roma per la Giornata Mondiale del Rifugiato 2020); "On my way home" (2023)
Audience Award for the Best Short Theater and the Jury’s Special Mention “for the performer’s presence, charisma, expressiveness and great ability to transmit empathy” at Inventaria 2019; Fantasio Audience Award 2016, with MAC/BETH, inspired by Shakespeare’s Macbeth; Best Direction Award at the Note Di Regia 2014 competition at the Hamlet Theater in Rome, with a scene from Euripides’ Medea; Second prize to Figli Di Tante Patrie (Roma Multietnica, 2012); winner of TAT – Talenti A Teatro (Olympic Theater of Rome, 2012); Black & White Award (Academy of Dramatic Art “Nico Pepe” of Udine, 2011); first prize Windows Of Urban Theater (Bologna, 2010).
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