“Dealing with the classics as if they were contemporary texts and with contemporary texts as if they were classical texts”. Since 2009, Il Mulino di Amleto has been following this double path. Its shows, directed by Marco Lorenzi, have travelled all over Italy and have also reached China and Switzerland, and have won many awards.
2019 Platonov. One way to say that happiness is always elsewhere is in the Top Ten of Birdmen Magazine among the unmissable shows of 2019. 2018-2019
Since 2017 has created the collective / Fertili Terreni Teatro partnership, with Tedacà, Acti Tetari Indipendenti and Cubo Teatro, winning the Performing Arts 2018 call for proposals from the Compagnia di San Paolo, dedicated to the theatrical seasons.
2017 Il Misantropo/The Misanthrope. A comedy about the tragedy of living together rewriting from Moliére won Theatrical Mass 2017, for the show most voted by the audience.
2017 the company was finalist to the Scenario Award for the project Senza Famiglia/Without Family from a text by Magdalena Barile, who then won the Call CURA 2017 Residenza Idra / Armunia, debuting at Campo Teatrale Milano 2018.
2015-2017 Funder 35 Award (three-year period). Il Mulino di Amleto in collaboration with the company Tedacà, tender dedicated to supporting youth cultural entrepreneurship. Highest contribution in Italy.
2015 Giardinetti has been selected for the Giocateatro Festival 2016.
2014 Scenes from the Sbando 2014 Award of the Compagnia di San Paolo, dedicated to companies under 35 for the Mahagonny. A light-hearted post-capitalist tragedy production.
2012 Production Support Award of the City of Turin, Province of Turin and the Turin Theater System for the production Gl’innamorati/The Lovers by Carlo Goldoni which then remains in replication for three weeks at the Teatro Stabile di Torino in February 2014, with tour in Italy in the 2014/2015 season and then guest show at the Beijin International Theater Festival (Beijing, China) in September 2014. Now in its fifth year of touring.
2011 Production Support Award “Doppio Inganno/Double Falsehood – a lost comedy by William Shakespeare”.
Sorvegliati/Watched. A study about Jean Genetdirected by Marco Lorenzi is candidated as a finalist Best Performance 2011 of the Critical Network Award.
2010 Scintille Award at the Asti Festival and Borrello Award 2011 for the show How was it that in Italy the revolution broke out, but nobody noticed written by Davide Carnevali.
2009 our first show The ballad of the hanged wins the Best Author Award – Festival Schegge d’Autore 2009, finalist show for the CelatiTratti Prize 2008 in Perugia and special mention www.umbriajournal.com.