Francesco Manetti

Actor, trainer and director. Graduated in acting from the Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica Silvio D’Amico in Rome. In 1998 he begins teaching drama and is specialized in combat sequences. He has taught at the National School of Drama in New Delhi, at the A.C.T. in San Francisco, and at the State School of Saint Petersburg. He currently teaches at the “Scuola Europea per l’arte dell’attore” (European School for the Art of Acting). He has worked in England, Russia, United States, Columbia, Canada, Croatia, India, Israel, Germany, Argentina and New Zealand. He was awarded the Golden Distinction at the British Academy of Dramatic Combat. As director he has presented I Sette a Tebe, Chroma, La Tempesta, Pene d’amor perdute, Racconto d’inverno, Il non nome delle cose, A coup de nez, Cancroregina, Il Borghese gentiluomo and Re Lear. For many years he has worked with Antonio Latella for stage movements and drama sequences.
In 2013 he becomes a member of compagnia stabilemobile dealing especially with infantry and child-care; he was under the direction of Latella for the shows Don Chisciotte, A. H. and Natale in casa Cupiello.