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About This Event
Join the Gonzaga Department of Theatre & Dance Wednesday, October 21st from Noon - 1pm for a virtual discussion with Roberto Prestigiacomo. Members of the GU community are welcome to register to attend by email Charles Pepiton at: email@example.com
Roberto Prestigiacomo is a theater-maker whose creative work includes the development of community-based theatre through improvisation and storytelling techniques, and the creation of original physical theater pieces (TransPerformance). Roberto, a produced playwright, was artistic director for Theater With Your Coffee, Potlatch Theater Lab. He has directed (representative): Julius Caesar, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, The Triumph of Love, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Marisol, How I Learned to Drive, One for the Road, Fat Pig, Guys and Dolls, Back of the Throat, Dog Sees God, The Forum Theater Project 08 "Facing San Antonio's Homeless", The Forum Theater Project 09 "Walls and Borders" as well as original works like pastiche, Sabbia and Guernika. Roberto is a member of Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC), American Association of Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), and is a native of Rome, Italy.