Laura Redaelli

In 2003 she is selected to participate to "Epidemie", a workshop for actors promoted by Ert under the artistic direction of Marco Martinelli and Ermanna Montanari, which ends in 2004 with the creation of Salmagundi.
In 2006 she plays Morgana in the restaging of L’isola di Alcina.
In the same year she is on stage both in Marco Martinelli’s LEBEN and in Werner Schwab’s Sterminio, which, taken together, constitute a “diptych on evil” shaped as a choral self-portrait.
She has been part of Teatro delle Albe since June 2007.
In 2007 she joins a permanent two-year workshop led by Ermanna Montanari, which focuses on vital questions such as listening, poetry, music and the relationship between word and reciting in poems. 
In 2008 she plays in the restaging of Rosvita, a radical transformation of the ‘91 show, devised by Marco Martinelli and Ermanna Montanari in the form of a “concert-reading”, where she performs Gregorian chant with Michela Marangoni and Cinzia Dezi, creating a counterpoint to Ermanna’s voice.  
In 2009 she makes her debut with Patrizia Cavalli’s ARIA PUBBLICA, a “vocal miniature” curated by Ermanna Montanari and Marco Martinelli, an exercise in which Cavalli’s verses are the living testimony of what is violated every day, cancelled out, removed in the name of an alleged modernity that is (almost always) transformed into squalid abandon.
In 2010 Albe immerse themselves in Molière’s work and two new shows are produced: detto Molière (“Known as Molière”) and L’avaro (“The Miser”), in Cesare Garboli’s translation, where she plays Élise with the entire company and Ermanna Montanari in the role of Harpagon.
In 2012 she participates to the creation of PANTANI, Marco Martinelli’s dramaturgy on the great Romagnolo cyclist Marco Pantani, where she plays different roles. In the show she performs with Michela Marangoni the folkloric chants of Romagna, creating a complex texture where dramaturgy and chant score are intertwined and overlaid.
In 2013 she performs in A te come te, directed by Marco Martinelli, a “scenic reading” of writings by Giovanni Testori entrusted to Ermanna Montanari’s voice, where she performs Romagna folkoric chants creating a two-voice polyphony with Michela Marangoni.

In 2003 she starts a research path on music and chant, seen as a possibility of turning an inclination to a scenic work method, studying with teachers Luciano Titi, Giulia Dal Maso, Cinzia Di Nuzzo, Elena Sartori and Matteo Unich.
Since 2004 she has been a guide in the non-school workshops.

In 2011 she is one of the guides in ERESIA DELLA FELICITÀ (“Heresy of Happiness”), an outdoor show dedicated to Vladimir Majakovskij and directed by Marco Martinelli. The exceptional event, held during the international theatre festival Santarcangelo 41 under Ermanna Montanari’s artistic direction, has seen the reunion of all the “tribes” who participated to non-school in the world. 

In 2012 she works in Venice as a guide, along with Roberto Magnani, in ERESIA DELLA FELICITÀ, under Marco Martinelli’s artistic direction. This project, together with the one held in Santarcangelo, is the recipient of the Special 2012 Ubu Prize.

Since 2011 she has been responsible for the Ravenna Teatro/Teatro delle Albe bookshop.

She has published on the magazine Venezia Musica & dintorni edited by Leonardo Mello for Fondazione Venezia.