Theatre runs in my family: my mother was famed actress Anna Proclemer and my father was the great novelist and playwright Vitaliano Brancati.
After living and working for years on and around the stage, in 1991 I become a Literary Agent for the theatre, representing in Italy, just to name one, Nobel Prize Harold Pinter.
In 1993 my first Play Preoccupazione per Lalla (They All Worry about Lalla) is staged with a good success at Teatro Politecnico in Rome. Since then, I have never stopped working as an agent, a translator and a playwright.
My plays have been often published both in volumes and on theatrical reviews.
In 2012 she is one of the founder of CeNDIC (National Centre of Italian Contemporary Playwrights)
A Dangerous Passion is the first Play I wrote contemporarily in Italian and English, while following a seminar held by Donald Freed.