Master of Italian body language to perform in HCMC for first time

Master of Italian body language Luca Vullo and his mother, Angela Gabriele, will for the first time showcase the extraordinary skill of Italian people to communicate without words but using only the body language in an amusing show in Ho Chi Minh City on October 23.

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Master of Italian body language Luca Vullo (R) and his mother, Angela Gabriele - Photo: Courtesy of organizer

Jointly organized by Amberstone Media and the Consulate General of Italy in HCMC, the show "La Voce Del Corpo - The Voice of The Body" will take place at Soul Live Project Complex in District 3, starting at 8 p.m.

Interesting, funny and entertaining stories presented in the show will be an unforgettable journey for those who are passionate about performing arts and want to explore the cultural diversity of the boot-shaped country.

Luca Vullo is a London-based author, director, producer of cinema and theater, performer and communication coach.

As an ambassador for Italian gestures in the world, Luca for many years has worked with prestigious universities, Italian cultural institutes, companies, and cultural associations in different parts of the world to hold body language workshops, lectures, team building programs, master classes, and scientific conferences.

Luca Vullo was born in Caltanissetta, a southern region of Italy. His true passion is discovering all the cultural beauty in the city where he was born and the cultural diversity from different parts of the world.

Coming to the show, audience can explore multiple meanings and different ways to use the typical gestures in Italy to express feelings, emotions, thoughts and moods. Especially, Luca's mother, Angela Gabriele, who has been a companion of him on stage for many performances around the world, will join his show in HCMC.

"La Voce Del Corpo - The Voice of The Body" will be a funny interactive workshop, cultural event, and scientific conference about Italian gestures, but above all, it will be an entertaining theatrical show. In addition, it also helps the audience understand human beings better and attend more to the importance of non-verbal communication.

“I believe body language is a universal language. No matter what language you are speaking, when we use body gestures, when we hug each other or shake hands, we are sharing a same language, and that is beautiful,” Luca said.

Tickets cost VND250,000 per person, with a special price of VND150,000 for students. For further information or ticket booking, visit

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