Chiara Da Ronche


Chiara Da Ronche
Dramatic actress
A multi-faceted individual, Chiara Da Ronche started out by studying product design at Venice's university of architecture, IUAV, and was later working toward her master's degree there when she shifted to the theatrical profession. Her training there extended beyond acting into directing and set and costume design. Upon completing the programme, she went to Rome, where she studied in the performing arts course at Link Campus University, and then eventually earned a teaching qualification back in Venice, at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia.
The more prominent theatrical pieces she has appeared in include a production of Romeo, Giulietta e la Maga Mab directed by Salvatore Santucci, one of La donnola sotto il mobile bar directed by Marcello Cotugno, another of Il borghese gentiluomo staged by Roberto Gandini, as well as Federica Tatulli's Le tre sorelle. She also occasionally works on plays as an assistant director.
At the same time, Da Ronche takes part in numerous other projects outside of theatre. As a narrator, she lends her voice to documentaries, advertisements, online educational materials and corporate videos. She also leads high school classes in drama and film-making, while also helping business entities create multimedia products.