Alfredo Balducci, playwright
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Alfredo Balducci was born in Livorno, but has lived in Milan for most of his adult life.
Except few jumps in the narrative, he has written numerous ironic-satires and dramas for theatre, about twenty of which have been presented at the Piccolo Teatro of Milan, Theatre Stabile of Trieste, Theatre Sistina of Rome, and many others.
He has received nine awards for his theatrical works: two international awards and seven national awards. His international awards consist of the "Pirandello-Brecht project" (New York, April 1997: the work was performed in New York, on November 1998) and the "Onassis-Distinction Prize, Athens 2006". His national awards include Riccione, Pirandello (Agrigento), Italian Drama Institute, Anticoli Corrado, Pozzale, and Giuseppe Fava. His most recent award was the Luigi Antonelli Award (Autumn 1998).
Many of his dramas have been translated into various foreign languages and performed abroad, as well as published by "Serarcangeli Publisher" and by greatest theatrical reviews, such as "Sipario", "Il Dramma" and "Ridotto", and in the series "Teatro italiano contemporaneo" by the "Società Italiana Autori Drammatici".
He collaborated with Italian State Radio and Television (R.A.I.), with Yugoslavian Radio, with Switzerland Television, with Telemontecarlo and with Greek Radio.
Some of the most highly acclaimed theatre critics have written about Balducci's works, including Jacobbi, De Monticelli, Possenti, Terron, De Chiara, Prosperi and others. A wide critical monograph was also published by Roberto Rebora, which appeared in the "Italian review of dramaturgy".
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