Lo Gatto Sergio

Fixed term researcher

Link Campus University - Rome

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Sergio Lo Gatto is Temporary Researcher (a) in Performing Arts Disciplines at Link University of Rome. He taught at Sapienza University of Rome, University of Bologna and teaches at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts "Silvio d'Amico" in Rome.

His research interests include the methodology and practices of online theater criticism and digital philosophies, contemporary dramaturgy, and the application of acting techniques in other contexts such as schools and cultural activities in the territory. As a curator and dramaturg he has been a consultant to the artistic direction of Emilia Romagna Teatro ERT / Teatro Nazionale and the Union des Théâtres de l'Europe and collaborates with Fondazione Teatro di Roma Teatro Nazionale and Romaeuropa Festival. He collaborates with Rai Radio3, edits with Debora Pietrobono the LINEA series for Luca Sossella editore and has carried out spectator education projects in Italy and Europe.

He covers the performing arts for various newspapers and magazines in Italy and abroad, including "Doppiozero", "Hystrio", "La Falena" and "Teatro e Critica", of which he was editor in chief. He has participated in various European projects for mobility in the performing arts and edited the international journal Conflict Zones Reviews for the Union of European Theatres. Some of his essays were published on academic journals such as "Biblioteca Teatrale", "Connessioni Remote", "Critical Stages", "Alfabeta2", "Arabeschi", "Stratagemmi", "Forum Modernes Theater", "Sinais de Cena".

His publications include: "Abitare la battaglia. Critica teatrale e comunità virtuali" (Bulzoni Editore, 2022); "Iperscene 3" (con Matteo Antonaci), Editoria&Spettacolo 2017; "La scena contemporanea a Roma" (con Graziano Graziani), Provincia di Roma 2013; he translated "Contact Improvisation" by Cynthia Novack for Dino Audino Editore, 2018.

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