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The one & only multilingual shows: + lingue e + personajes en una pièce unica.

Début @ Teatro Piccolo Eliseo (Rome) now @ Clapham Fringe and Watford Fringe in the UK, also Official Event @ European Day of Languages.

An experiment in theatre and cinema that has moved and excited our adult audiences, as well as students and teachers.

Our latest project is the #Europe21 trilogy: three short films shot in a theatre.

Teatro Multilingue®

Who are we?


TeatroMultilingue® is the one and only company for multilingual theatre and cinema productions. Multilingual in that multiple languages flow naturally within the same script.

From our debut at the prestigious Piccolo Eliseo in Rome to Official Event of the 2019 European Day of Languages to the filmed trilogy #Europe21 to Clapham and Watford Fringe Festivals (2021). Stay tuned chers amis!

Can you actually follow and enjoy a show in several languages? Yes, you can! With our original format you don’t even need to speak all of them. Get in touch to find out more!

2021 starts with a BANG!

  • UNA BABELE FELICE Language Festival, Mantova (Italy) – Feb 21 with Goodbye Papà
  • MOTHER TONGUES FESTIVAL, Dublin (Ireland) – May 10- 24 with Goodbye Papà
  • 3° FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE ARTE ESCÉNICO ECO TEATRO, Lima (Perú) – March 21-28 with the trilogy #Europe21
  • NOMINATION FOR BEST FILM @ LONDON SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL for Mrs Green (May 2021)
  • FINALIST AT ARGENTEUIL FILM FESTIVAL (FRANCE) AND AUBER FILM FESTIVAL (FRANCE) for He perdido a Marseille (May 2021)
  • OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR BEST ACTRESS (MAYIL GEORGI) AT GOLDEN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (ITALY) for He perdido a Marseille (May 2021)
  • SEMIFINALIST AT BODEN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (SWEDEN) for Goodbye Papà (May 2021)
  • SEMIFINALIST AT STOCKHOLM CITY FILM FESTIVAL (SWEDEN) for Mrs Green (June 2021)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Me ha encantado”

“Magnífica la idea de entrelazar 3 idiomas con un excelente guion, buen humor. Enhorabuena por este grandioso espectáculo.

Marek Pernas, Madrid (España)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Brilliant, original play”

“Juggling between three languages (English, French, and Italian) can be as hard as it sounds, however both lead actors deliver an outstanding performance!”

François Bernard, London (UK)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Spectacle surprenant”

“Un spectacle surprenant d’originalité… porté par des artistes qui réussissent avec brio.”

Chloé Parisot, France

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Powerful work”

“Yet another evocative, thought-provoking, compelling piece by the amazing team of Teatro Multilingue

Fabiana de Rose, Rome (Italy)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Interesting experiment”

“One of the most interesting experiments of online theatre given to us by the quarantine. Continue with the beautiful work.”

Lucy Gezekelian (Greece)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Progetto prezioso”

“Un prezioso progetto. Un’idea importante e opportuna per questa nostra epoca.”

Marcella Cortese, Genova (Italy)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I love it!”

“Very funny and entertaining! The last scene at the coffin had me literally laughing out loud. Bravo!

Marilyn Burtis, New Jersey (USA)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Ritmo coinvolgente”

“I temi trattati sono molto interessanti e il ritmo talmente coinvolgente che il tempo vola. Pur non conoscendo lo spagnolo, ho capito tutto. ”

Laura Pavarini, Mantova (Italy)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Un placer especial”

“Ha sido un placer especial para mí. Disfruté mucho la historia, las actuaciones y la manera natural de integrar las tres lenguas.”

Angeles Barbuto, Buenos Aires (Argentina)