Presented by FMG (Rome, Italy)

Rating: G
Genre: Theater
Premiere?: Pittsburgh Premiere

“Safe” tells the story of a nun trapped in a house on the top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere during the pandemic era. She faces the fear of death and the doubt of the existence of God.

Show Creator(s): Federico Maria Giansanti

About the Performer(s):

FMG is a crew who has as main goal bring the theatre to the young people making it accessible in economic terms and in terms of contemporary language. FMG has been founded in 2017 by author and director Federico Maria Giansanti and his brother Francesco Maria Giansanti who is the manager of the independent italian theatrical production.

Times (EDT):
Available On-Demand May 6th through May 9th!

Streaming Type: On-Demand

Platform: YouTube


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Fringes performed at:

Great Salt Lake Fringe 2020, Asheville Fringe Arts Festival 2021

Check out what others are saying:

“Safe” is a fine example of the capacity of theatrical minimalism, it is also an example of how the arts can be kept alive at this time when we are told, “Stay home. Stay safe”. – (The Varnished Culture – Salt Lake City, USA)

“Safe” is an emotional play to watch, the script is timely and well executed. – (Utah Theatres Bloggers Assosiation – Salt Lake City, USA).

Valeria Wandja (the actress) is explosive in her role! – (Front Row Reviewer Utah – Salt Lake City, USA).

Great use of lights design and music well chosen. – (Il foyer – Italy)

Playwrighter Federico Maria Giansanti crafts an earnest, emotional script. Wandja plays a tormented Sister Daisy with great honesty and emotional depth. (Asheville Stages – USA)