The Legacy of an Italian Renaissance Woman

One Actress, Ten Characters. One Musician, Ten Instruments

In 1589, The Madness of Isabella was a triumph at the De' Medici court in Florence. The protagonist was Isabella Andreini, a poet, a mother and one of the first theater professional female performers. A true Renaissance Woman. This show is a tribute to her and her legacy: all women working in the arts today. Also available in Italian with the title LE BRAVURE DI ISABELLA


Pinocchio - A Commedia Adventure

by Carlo Collodi

Adapted by Chiara Durazzini and Elena Benazzi

 Told in the style of commedia dell’arte, a classical Italian style of physical comedy, this energetic production is sure to be fun for the whole family!​

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La Giara

A One Act Play in Italian by Luigi Pirandello with Live Southern Italian Music

performed by  All'italiana - Boston Italian Theatre Company


Aria Di Commedia

An Evening of Commedia dell'Arte and Italian Renaissance Music

A fun container of two or three original scenarios with Italian Renaissance music and dancing - In English

With 3 actors and 2 musicians


The Master of Two Servants

Great for for schools!

A 30 minutes scenario with three actors and one musician

Usually paired with workshop and/or teaching a dance


The Lady of the Rings

A 30 minutes original scenario with music and dance

With 3 actors and 1 or 2 musicians

In collaboration with Italian folk music band NEWPOLI

Musici & Commedianti

A 90 minute show with Pazzi Lazzi scenarios and Newpoli's musical Intermezzi

With 4 actors and 6 musicians

Pulcinella crying

Pulcinella crying

Flaminia and her music

Flaminia and her music

I musici Newpoli

I musici Newpoli

Arlecchino and his new love interest

Arlecchino and his new love interest

Funny Zanni

Funny Zanni