Édouard Louis no longer requires an introduction. In addition to his dazzling literary success, the young author now sees more and more of his works adapted for the theatre. Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini present their adaptation of Who killed my father? In this address to his father, Édouard Louis recounts his adolescence in a working-class family in the north of France, his difficulties in being accepted as a gay man and his guilt as a class defector. Against the backdrop of exposing the consequences of neoliberal politics on the working class, the story is an intimate socio-political manifesto of that class, embodied here by the father figure. A story which Francesco Alberici, alone on stage, subtly renders in all its universality.