Born in North East Italy, Francesca has been living between her native city Sacile and Vittorio Veneto where she attended Accademia Teatrale Lorenzo Da Ponte.
While training at Accademia, Francesca completed her BA in Languages and Literature at the University of Udine.
Passionate about Linguistics and literature, her final dissertation explored her most beloved subjects and culminated in the production of the essay Shakespeare’s Original Pronunciation: the musicality and power of Elizabethan English through Shakespeare’s plays.
Based on David Crystal’s studies of Shakespeare’s Original Pronunciation and the performing style initiated at The Shakespeare Globe Theatre in London, the essay explored the relationship between Original Practices and modern audiences through language and pronunciation.
Her passion for the English language and The Shakespeare Globe, brought Francesca to London to have the chance to explore and learn from different cultural and linguistic perspectives and therefore further her training to improve her flexibility as an actor and to pursue her acting career.