Sandro Pascucci graduated in Philosophy with a dissertation on the Aesthetics of Music, having completed a three year course in electronic music at the Rossini Conservatoire in Pesaro.
For several years he worked for town councils in Emilia Romagna and Marche. There he inaugurated the initiative "Creative Residencies", an innovative method of directing in the historic theatres of those regions, making diverse scenic spaces available for rehearsals, previews and the staging of shows. Sandro has been instrumental in the re-opening of numerous municipal theatres. He has overseen the management of, and given expert advice to the CRT in Milan, the Teatro Fondamenta Nuove in Venice and the Ambra Jovinelli in Rome.
From 2002 – 2007 he was director of the Network of Historical Theatres in the province of Pesaro Urbino. In 2008 he managed and was artistic director of the Santarcangelo Theatre Festival, re-establishing it as a festival for leading contemporary companies. From 2009 – 2011 he was jointly responsible for the restored Salsomaggiore Terme Theatre.
In 2013 he founded the cooperative Cartoleria 18 in Bologna to facilitate interaction between Psychotherapies and the Arts.
Since 2015, Sandro has been director of the Teatro Comunale in Cagli [PU] Marche.