Beppe Casales has been working as a professional actor for 16 years. He was initially trained in a contemporary acting company, until he started working with the Teatri Uniti company of Toni Servillo, one of the most prominent Italian actors and directors.
Since 2001 his artistic research has been focused on the “narrative theatre”, writing and interpreting theatrical monologues with a social dimension. In his constant research of original language, he has put on show “Salud” (on the civil war in Spain), “Einstein aveva ragione – Einstein was right” (on the US nuclear experiments), “Appunti per la rivoluzione – Notes for the revolution” (stand-up comedy show) and “La spremuta – the squeeze”. The monologues have been put on show across Italy, with over 300 performances. “La spremuta – the squeeze” has been selected for the Torino Fringe Festival, obtaining an exceptional success both by the critics and by the public. His last show is "L'albero storto - una storia di trincea" about the WW1. His new show about the Idomeni camp: "Welcome".