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  • Anita Pomario

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    Anita Pomario is an Italian theatre maker based in London. She trained as an actress at the Neighbourhood Playhouse school of the theatre in NYC where she specialized in Meisner technique. In 2018 she joined the cast of “The Macaluso Sisters”, a movie directed by Emma Dante which premiered as part of the Official Competition at 77th Venice International Film Festival in 2020. In 2020 she starts her journey as a theatre maker and trains in Theatre Laboratory at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Since then she has been working extensively as a deviser and performer in many physical and experimental theatre productions in London and around Europe. She created her own company, Bare Theatre Collective with which she co-direct her first show, WALT/FOREST commissioned by Theater Lindenhof in Germany which toured the country for the whole of 2021. Anita also starred in several Italian auteur-movies amongst which Fireworks by Giuseppe


    Fiorello (Silver Ribbon for best Debut Film) and The Art of Joy directed by Valeria Golino. She has recently made her American Stage Debut in NYC performing Juliet in Romeo & Juliet by Sean Hagerty.

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  • Anita Pomario CPT shows

    WORK IN PROGRESS
    Pinella Guastella
    Anita Pomario presents

    A Doodle

    Wed 3 - Thu 4 April at 9pm
    A physical, multidisciplinary piece that follows the story of Gasparina: an artist who invents people by sketching them on paper. A poetic journey through grief to overcome loss & loneliness.

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    “British theatre would be completely stymied without tiny, under-resourced venues such as CPT, which are a critical part of the theatre ecology.”

    Lyn Gardner Stagedoor