Actors, dramturg and stage directors, Enzo Vetrano and Stefano Randisi have been working together since 1976. In September 2011 they won one of the most important Italian award Le Maschere del Teatro for the best show with "I giganti della montagna" written by Luigi Pirandello. In 2010 they have been awarded with Hystrio prize for their work between research and tradition.
In 2007 they received ETI - Theatre Olimpics prize for the Best show "Le smanie della villeggiatura" written by Carlo Goldoni, produced with Elena Bucci and Marco Sgrosso.
In 1988 the two stage directors received the Palermo Price for the Theatre from Mr Leoluca Orlando (Mayor of the town in Sicily) and in 2007 they received the Imola Price for the Theatre, in recognition of their career.
Both stage directors are mentioned in the prestigious Dizionario dello Spettacolo del Novecento (Dictionary of the XX°century's theatre performance) published in 1998 by the publishing house Baldini e Castoldi.
From 1983 to 1992 they directed a private company housed in Cooperativa Nuova Scena in Bologna, producing many shows and working with the theatre Master Mr Leo de Berardinis.
In 1995 they founded the Diablogues Company, with the aim of producing experimental theatre shows, music productions and developing actors education. From 2001 to 2012 they founded and directed the theatre festival Acqua di terra/terra di luna, the greatest cultural event in the Appennines.
From 1999 to 2003 a successful collaboration with Le Belle Bandiere Company gave birth to a research on classical texts and to the production of many appreciated shows: "Il berretto a sonagli" by Pirandello (1999) "Anfitrione" from Plauto, Molière, Kleist and Giraudoux (2000) "Il mercante di Venezia" (2001) and "Le smanie per la villeggiatura" by Goldoni (2003). In this period, the company presented an original interpretation and vision of the classical texts.
Lately the company enriched the repertory with some Pirandello works: "L'uomo, la bestia e la virtù" (2005), "Pensaci, Giacomino!" (2007), "I Giganti della Montagna" (2009), "Fantasmi" (2010), "Trovarsi" (2011). And they also worked on the emotional dramaturgy by Franco Scaldati with the amazing show "Totò e Vicè" (2012).