Since 2013 the foundation “Genere Identità Cultura” has activated a research collaboration with the “Centro Studi sul Teatro Napoletano, Meridiaonale ed Europeo” (President Professor Antonia Lezza, University Salerno), Cultural Association that, in its many years of activity, has shown interest in issues related to gender identity, promoting publications, seminars, theatrical readings on Authors and theatrical texts, with attention to the interconnection gender / sexuality. Among the shows organized more recently by the “Centro Studi sul Teatro”, we must remember: Luparella (Teano, 2010) and Cartesiana, (Teano, 2011), both works by E. Moscato, with the acting of the same author; Letture da Toledo, in the theatrical reading by Gino Curcione, from texts by G. Patroni Griffi and A. Ruccello (Sorrento, 2012). Among the activities promoted at the same headquarters of the Association (Naples, Via M. Schilizzi 16), there are the seminars held by E. Moscato, focused on the figures that often populate his dramaturgy, with voice and space to transsexualism and the figure of the female (February,2012). The foundation “Genere Identità Cultura” and the “Centro Studi sul Teatro Napoletano” have therefore activated a network of studies with a focus on the relationship between the conflicting emotional experiences, in recognizing oneself as a person with gender variance, and the ways in which these experiences are represented on the theatrical scenes in a vivid, effective and attentive to the Self of the protagonists, in the plurality of the diverse existential dimensions and psychic scenes of each. Since 2013 the Foundation collaborates with the “Centro Studi sul Teatro Napoletano, Meridionale ed Europeo” (President Professor Antonia Lezza-University Salerno) on the relationship between emotional conflicts, in recognizing oneself as a person with gender variance, and how these experiences are represented on the stage.