Matteo Spiazzi is a Graduate of the Nico Pepe Academy of Dramatic Art (Udine, Italy 2010)
He works as an actor, director, acting teacher and event organizer in many countries such as Austria, Belarus, Ecuador, Estonia.
He specializes in masks and, in particular, in commedia dell'arte, and has also held seminars at the University of Verona, at the Central University in Ecuador, at the Viljandi Academy of Culture of the University of Tartu (Estonia) and at the National Academy of Theater Arts at Minsk (Belarus).
Some of his productions are still performed at the Maxim Gorky National Academic Drama Theater (Minsk, Belarus) and at the Puppet Theater in Maribor, Slovenia.
He is currently working on a production of the Italian comedy The Innkeeper by Carlo Goldoni, which will premiere in January at the Maxim Gorky National Academic Drama Theater (Minsk, Belarus) as well as on another project at the State Puppet Theater of the Republic of Belarus (Minsk, Belarus).
He also collaborates with the Tęcza Theater (Slupsk, Poland), the Cwarta Scena Theater (Katowice, Poland), the Dada Circus in Vienna (Austria), and the Circolo dei Lettori in Verona.
He performed as an actor in various productions in Italy, both in classical and modern theater.
He is one of the founders of the THEAOMAI project (Theater, University, City), created in cooperation with the University of Verona.
He participated several times in seminars conducted by renowned directors for the Venice Theater Biennale. He also worked as an assistant to director Nikolai Zorzi in the opera Macbeth by Giuseppe Verdi at the Teatro Marrucino (Chieti).