Francesca Fatichenti is a theatre and screen actress, performer, reader, theatre maker and mask maker.
She has performed, amongst other projects, in italian in the show "La Tragedia è finita, Platonov" (2020), special mention at the Biennale of Venice and presented at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, in french in "Les Fourberies de Scapin" (2022), part of Festival d'Avignon Off 2021 and Moìs Molière de Versailles 2021, and in romenian in "2032 Smartfamily" (2022), co-funded by the European Union and Theatre of Buzau (RO) and nominated at the FNT (National Festival of Romanian Theatre).
She has collaborated as an actress and co-producer to the creation of various short movies (Judge, winner of Canadian Cinematography Awards 2023, The Family Keys, finalist at BZ48 2020).
She graduated in acting from the Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi in Milan (2018), she then continued her formation around Europe at the Academie Internationale Des Artes Du Spectacle in Versailles (2021) amongst others.
She is also an experienced leather mask maker, having studied and collaborated with Stefano Perocco di Meduna, Giorgio De Marchi and Andrea Cavarra, and holding mask-making workshops around Italy.
She is now studying MA in Advanced Theatre Practice at RCSSD, London.
Her current focus is on exploring the boundaries of art, between tradition and revolutionary innovation, for a new world and society suspended in time.