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Alessandro Fabrizi is a theatre director, actor and Designated Linklater Teacher. He teaches Voice at the Accademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica Silvio DAmico, the Accademia Internazionale dArte Drammatica del Teatro Quirino in Rome and at the Acting School of the Teatro Stabile di Torino, in Turin (Italy). Among his latest productions as theatre director are: "Bartleby the Scrivener" at the Blue Heron Arts Center in New York (Fall 2005), "Studio per Tre Novelle dal Decameron" for the Anagni Medieval Theatre Festival (Italy, July 2006), My Name is Rachel Corrie (Teatro Piccolo Eliseo, Rome 2009), Musicaromanzo with Nada Malanima (Teatro Vascello, Roma 2011). He has held seminars on "Movement & Text" at the University of Chicago, Dartmouth University, Butler University (Indianapolis), Columbia University in New York, University of Long Island and the Blue Heron Arts Center and the Actors Movement Studio in New York, USA. He directed the Actors' Thesis of the MFA program at the School of Performing Arts of Columbia University, New York (Metamorphoses Ted Hughes Tales From Ovid, Fall 2006). As a filmaker he has directed the short film E se...(2001), and the documentary Giving Voice Kristin Linklater, 15 actors and 7 Tales from Ovid (World Video Production). In cinema, he has collaborated with Anthony Minghella (The Talented Mr. Ripley), Tom Tykwer (Heaven) and Fatih Akin (Solino) as supervisor of the Italian dialogues of those movies and as dialect coach (for Jack Davenport, Giovanni Ribisi, Cate Blanchett and Barnaby Metsurat). As an actor he has played the role of Sergeant Baggio in The Talented Mr Ripley and the role of Inspector Alberto Cerutti in The International directed by Tom Tykwer. He has translated into italian Kristin Linklaters text book Freeing the Natural Voice (elliotedizioni, 2008).