One of the most representative exponents of post-Edwardian drama, actor and director, disappears in Naples. Enzo Moscato.

Author, director and actor, he set many of his dramas in the Spanish Quarters that he loved so much, recounting the social hardships of those inhabitants with stories full of life, complex, contradictory and never straight. He is considered a great of the theatre, with courageous, archaic and modern texts at the same time.

Scannasurice, Signurì signurì, Piece noire, Rasoi, Single girls with some experience, Embargos, Luparella, Ritornanti, Toledo Suite: these are some of his works written, staged and performed in a forty-year career.

Since 1990 he was the artistic director of the Enzo Moscato theater company and also held artistic direction positions for the Teatro Mercadante – Stabile of Naples in the years 2003-2006, for the International Theater Festival – Benevento Città Spettacolo in the years 2007-2009.

His city remembers him. The report is by Antonella Maffei.

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