Giulia Rumasuglia


What do you want to do when you’re old?

Naked dancing

In which idea you stay devoted to?

Always try a new drink - especially this very bitter very dark one covered in dust at the end of the shelf.

Your favourite curse word?


What book is on your bedside table?

The Price of Salt (Carol) by Patricia Highsmith

Giulia Rumasuglia (CH) is a theatre director graduate of La Manufacture and currently living and working between Geneva and Zurich. Her artistic collaborations have taken her to the Schauspielhaus Zürich, where she worked with Herbert Fritsch, the Grand Théâtre de Genève with Luk Perceval, the POCHE-GVE in Geneva with Mathieu Bertholet and the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne with Katie Mitchell and Rimini Protokoll. In 2022, she began working with Stefan Kaegi/Caroline Barneaud as an artistic assistant on Utopolis Lausanne, continuing in 2023 and 2024 with Shared Landscapes. Trained in French and Russian literature at the University of Geneva and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, she is  focusing her theatrical research at La Manufacture on the fabrication of silence on stage. In 2024, she will direct Julia Haenni's play "woman disappears (versions)" at the POCHE-GVE and Friedrich Dürrenmatt's "Hercules and the Stables of Augeas" at the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne.
At Theater Neumarkt, she’s involved in "Der untalentierte Mister. R."  (Koslowski/Milz/Bertholet) as a director’s assistant.

Photo: (C) Flavio Karrer