Alessandro Libertini

Founder of the Piccoli Principi Company in ’79, Libertini is a writer, director, and actor. He received his high school diploma in sculpture at the Istituto Statale d’Arte of Florence, and his degree in Discipline of the Arts, Music, and Entertainment (DAMS) at the University of Bologna. He has taught art education in various institutions including the Chiarugi Psychiatric Hospital of Florence. In ’83 he began an intense activity of experimentation on the relationship between art and childhood, which gave rise to shows that have left a mark in the history of children’s theatre in Italy and abroad.


Véronique Nah

A writer, director, and actress, Nah has worked with the Piccoli Principi Company since ’86. She earned her diploma in music at the GEGEP of Saint-Laurent in Canada. She received a baccalaureate in sociology at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She has dedicated herself to classical, modern and African dance. She studied singing with singing teacher Stefania Scarinzi and with Elizabeth Howard of the University of Vocal Power in Los Angeles. Since ’93, her artistic activity has concentrated on the relationship between music and theatre, and has won international acclaim.