The city of Verona, Italy, is the ideal stage for this universal work, being both the theme and the context of the story for Alex Righetto. Presenting his collection to an American audience, he noticed how they are deeply fascinated by the narrative, by the Lords of Verona, by the Scala, and by the context in which the plot unfolds.
Even more so because the symbolic references are still visible, both inherited and recreated for them. His work revives the image and imagination of Verona in the world, giving, if possible, even more splendor to the city for the artist. Another feature that he believes arouses particular interest is that the original work from which Shakespeare took inspiration is very Italian.