Tiredness and loss of profits in 2004, convinced me that I had to stop and think about what I really wanted from the theatre.
After four years, in 2008, an old friend of mine engaged in volunteer work. She asked me to teach drama to a group of children as well as teenagers, in a poor suburb of the city. I decided to accept.
After only three months of a course as intense as fun, I wrote and put on stage two plays If… It Happen to Dream, with the kids, and Swimming on the High Sea without a Lifebelt with a group of young girls.
The following year, for the new edition of the course I wrote another play, The Thief of Stars, funny and poetic. It required two years of work with a dozen children, and eventually we put the play on stage in 2010.
In the meantime, Claudio Rosati, my current husband, had come into my life. He brought his artistic experience as a composer, writing the music and songs for The Thief of Stars, thus starting our profitable and exciting artistic collaboration.
We repeated in 2011 where, as a result of two other laboratories, one for children and one for a group of women, we put on stage The Bewitched Island, almost a musical, with twenty-three characters.
My new path would have been the social theatre!