The name draws from the Latin root of the word jubilare, meaning “to shout with joy”. Within the social fabric of any community, there are marginalized people living on the borders or roaming invisibly due to social, economic or cultural barriers. Jubilo aims to disintegrate these barriers through the action of artistic encounters, where the platform of exchange becomes the language of body, voice, music and space.
Diego Pileggi is an Italian actor and director. He obtained a Master's degree in Acting in 2009 with Manchester Metropolitan University in collaboration with Song of the Goat Theatre and a degree in Performative Arts with Università degli Studi di Milano(2007). He plays clarinet and has a background in movement, dance theatre and Kendo. He studied with Marcello Magni, Mamadou Dioume, Michele Abbondanza, Chiara Michelini and Lorenzo Lutteri.