In response to the changes in the production system and to the questions of the contemporary scene, the Iolanda Gazzerro Theatre School inaugurates a new phase under the direction of Valter Malosti, with a proposal that aims to train interpreters with transversal skills, able to face different languages with awareness and carry on an artistic practice able to range between the various disciplines of the theatre.
With this in mind, and in line with ERT’s vocation for internationalization and with its marked sensitivity towards contemporary languages, the School is structured into free High Professional Training courses, held by great masters of the Italian and foreign scene, and aimed at artists who have already graduated from theatrical schools and academies and/or with proven experience in the field of live entertainment. The aim is to lead attending students to a high level of improvement, for a more qualified and long-term entry into the job market.
To guarantee the acquisition and consolidation of transversal skills, each course focuses on a specific language, which is tackled with an interdisciplinary approach. Access is therefore open to different professional figures so that each participant can diversify their artistic skills and make them adaptable to various cultural and theatrical contexts, both Italian and international.
Since 2016, the courses provided by the School have been approved by the Emilia-Romagna Region and co-financed by the European Social Fund.