Scheherazade the storyteller that every writer wishes to be.

Scheherazade knows how to intrigue a man’s mind and she uses both her body and wit to tame the love labour’s suffering king. She may be compared to some of the well-known Venetian courtesans of the XVIth century that could deal with the most important men of their period being practically the sole women accepted Read More …

Novels

Poggio Catino, Italy, 1938.During the restoration works of the baron’s palace, the skeleton of a walled-up alive woman is found.Letizia Cantarini, the Art Historian in charge of following the works is the first one to enter the secret room where, together with the skeleton, she finds also papers that, in the first moment, seem to Read More …

The Author

Giada Trebeschi was born in Reggio Emilia in 1973 but grew up in Bologna. She writes novels, short stories, essays, screenplays and theater scripts that she sometimes likes to take on stage herself. Her career at university she finished with two MA, one in languages and literature, one in history of art and a Ph. Read More …

Scientific Publications

Very often the art masterpieces help us to tune in with the collective sensitivity of the past. The same does theater that can be considered one of the mirrors of society, a privileged door to the vision that people have of the world and time they are living in.It is following this inspiration that this Read More …

Theatre

 It is impossible to resist the theatre’s mysterious sensuality that charmed me from the very first moment. And once charmed, it is forever. I played, I danced, I let the costume designer sew veils and brocades on me, I let the make-up artist paint my skin, I let the director transform me into the Shrew, Read More …