Other Literary Forms
Dario Fo’s songs and poems are collected in Ballate e canzoni (1974; ballads and songs). He has also designed sets and written scripts for several films, including Carlo Lizzani’s Lo Svitato (1956). Ci ragiono è canto (1966), Ci ragiono è canto No. 2 (1969), and Ci ragiono è canto No. 3 (1973)—which can be translated as “I think things out and sing about them,” numbers one, two, and three—are spectacles based on Italian folk and traditional songs. Fo also has written plays and programs for television and numerous monologues, often with Franca Rame.