Ugo Chiti (Greve in Chianti, February 13, 1943) is a playwright, screenwriter, director, set and costume designer.
In 1970 he left the research group “Ouroboros” directed by Pier’Alli to form the company “Street Theatre” with a willingness to experiment with their own expressive language so as to combine that experience with the modules of the popular drama. With the “Teatro in piazza”, as author, designer, costume designer and director, Chiti produced his first shows.
In 1973 he joined the center F.L.O.G. Florence (currently Auditorium Flog) for research and documentation of folk traditions, launching a project of critical analysis in the Tuscan vernacular drama.
Began a collaboration with the Teatro dell’Affratellamento of Florence as part of a research on “historical avant-garde” in 1977, realizing a path to first show inspired by The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe. Later stages “Così è sevi pare” of Pirandello, with the original texts, “Shakespeare… read more