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Francesco Albergati Capacelli

Author Code: TFAC

Born: Apr. 19, 1728 - Bologna, Italy

Died: Mar. 16, 1804 - Zola Predosa, Italy

Born into nobility, Capacelli later inherited his father's title of Marquis, but from an early age his interest was in the theatre. He also inherited his father's senatorial duties and served as a justice in Bologna.He married when he was twenty; an arranged marriage that was eventually dissolved. In 1772, he married Catherine Cattina and they had a son, Louis. In spite of being the obvious culprit, Capacelli was acquitted of all charges in the stabbing death of his wife. In 1789, he moved to Venice and married for the third time; a dancer thirty-five years his junior. He had built a villa, Zola, near Bologna and a fairly large theatre. During the 1750s and 1760s, Capacelli translated a number of works including Racine and Voltaire. In 1774, he won the Parma prize for his five act drama, The Prisoner. Over the next four years he produced a five-volume work, The New Comedy Theatre. Capacelli was also an avid correspondent and left behind many leters. His other works include Il Saggio Amico, Commedia (1769) and Novelle morali uso del fanciulli (1779).

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