Marcozzi Contemporary Theater (MCT company) is a physical-theater project and company based in Berlin founded in 2015 by the performance artist, theater trainer, researcher and former biologist Daniela Marcozzi. So far MCT company has realized about 12 ensemble and solo performances presented in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, United States of America, etc., and has collaborated with many visual artists, dancers, directors and musicians.
The core-group of artists who are now part of the Marcozzi Contemproary Theater Ensemble contributing to the conceptual, artistic and logistic development of the projects are Elisabetta Chapuis, Melissa Derio and Cecile Rossant. Many other artists have collaborated in the past with the company and some of them are still part of the projects: Jacob Boeno, Jesús Espuña, Luigi De Cicco, Alexios Grammaticos, Stephanie Day.


The artistic language of the Esnemble emerge from the dialogue between different disciplines, as body-voice training of Grotowski's research, physical theatre, contemporary dance, mime corporel, clown, vocal techniques, etc. The core-practice of MCT lays on the “Urgency of Expression", understood as a source of unconditional energy, the driving force necessary to express oneself in order to survive on a biological, cultural, artistic and political level. 
Urgency manifests itself as a condition of physical, emotional and spiritual off-balance in which the artist continually negotiates his own presence and scenic action in adaptive dialogue with the outside world, channelling the survival impulses to the performative action.
This condition is called Artistic Survival Mode.
As a spiritual-physical act, the performing arts arts represent for Marcozzi Contemporary Theatre a revolutionary tool to explore human nature and the impulse to express and share oneself.