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Ciudad de Alcorcón Theatre Award 1997


2 male characters and 2 female characters.


A mother and her daughter, both divorced at the same time and short of money, are forced to share a small apartment. They clash all the time due to their opposing characters, and especially over a long night in which their former husbands decide to make an unwelcome visit.
PREMIERE: Spain (1997) Director: Joaquín Vida. Cast: Esperanza Roy, Nicolás Dueñas, Martí Peraferrer and Lucía Bravo


Peru (1998). Director: Leonardo Torres. Cast: Lola Vilar, Fiorella Rodríguez, Jorge López Cano and José Luis Ruiz.

Dominican Republic (2009 and 2012) Director: Salvador Pérez Martínez. Cast: Edith Mauricio, Dolly Martínez, Ángel Pérez and Rancés Richarson.

Puerto Rico (2009) Director: Pedro Rodiz. Cast: René Monclova, Ineabelle Colón, Karen Olivera and Jorge Morales.

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4 male characters and 2 female characters.


He doesn’t know what to do with his life, despite accumulating success, money and recognition. He is a trapped man, unable to make decisions that make him regain control of his happiness. He prefers to blame those around him for his problems rather than accept his own fears. But he will have to face the change when events do not leave him any other choice.
PREMIERE: Spain (2002) Director: Tamzin Townsend. Cast: Juan Luis Galiardo, José Luis Torrijo, María Elías, Borja Elgea, Pedro Miguel Martínez and Patricia Ércole


USA (2006) Director: Marcos Casanova. Cast: Marcos Casanova, Humberto Rossenfeld, Lucy García, Ariel Texidó, Rodolfo Valdés Sigler and Michell Jones.

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Child’s play)

“Child’s play” Award of Escuela Navarra de Teatro (2004)


5 male characters and 5 female characters.


One day, Luna discovers that her best friends have lost the ability to dream. Worried about it, she begins to investigate to find out the reason of this mysterious situation. Helped by two of her dreams, a tap dancer turtle and an opera singer who tend to a diva temperament, she ends up finding the culprit of all: the enigmatic Tragasueños. Luna doesn’t hesitate a moment to stand up to him. Of course, to do it she will need the help of her best friends. Will she have the support of them? 
PREMIERE: Spain (2004) Cast of Escuela Navarra de Teatro.


Puerto Rico (2006) Director: Gary Homs. Rafael Varela Company.

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2 male characters and 2 female characters.


Jack Rolling has been traveling around the world for almost two decades helping everyone who pays for it to get rid of the dangerous addiction to cigarettes. His famous therapy has brought him to Miami, city where his ex-wife Susan lives. Jack decides to visit her in the local newspaper where she works and confess her the most shameful secret: he has started smoking again. Once together, truths and lies will come to the surface. Nothing is what it seems to be. Past and present merge in a long night. And it is that it's difficult for both of them to admit that the most dangerous addiction that they share is his own love ... Will they get over it?
PREMIERE: Spain (2006) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Juan Luis Galiardo, Kiti Mánver, Bernabé Rico and Gemma Giménez.


Slovenia (2009) Rollingova terapia. Director: Peter Gabor. Cast: Frantisek Vyrostko, Dominik Zaprihac, Lubomíra Krkoskovam and Jana Olhova

Spain (2015) Director: Manuel Galiana. Cast: Daniel Freire, Isabel Gaudí, Pablo Martín and Marta Cabezas.

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"Antonio Machado" Award (Sevilla 2000)

Teatro Andaluz Award as best script (2015)


2 male characters.


The death of his father obliges to David to take over his legacy. Among his possessions, he finds something unexpected: love letters from another man. Puzzled by the discovery, he decides to visit the alleged lover of his father and find out the truth.
PREMIERE: USA (2005) Director: Juan Manuel Cifuentes. Cast: Marcos Casanova and Humberto Rossenfeld


Mexico (2010). Director: Claudia Ríos. Cast: Otto Sirgo, Mauricio Mexía, Pablo Cruz and Ricardo Franco.

Greece (2010). Director: Dimitris Finitsis. Cast: Thanos Jronis, Thodorís Anthópulos.

Italy (2011). Director: Pino Tierno. Cast: Vottorio Viviani and Roberto Turchetta.

Chile/Argentina (2011). Director: Óscar Barney Finn. Cast: Luis Gnecco and Paulo Brunetti.

Costa Rica (2012). Director: Mariano González. Cast: Leonardo Perucci and Arturo Campos.

Uruguay (2012). Director: Luis Jaunarena. Cast: German Weinberg and Daniel Torres.

Puerto Rico (2013). Director: Jackmarie Ortiz. Cast: Carlos Mirando and Omar Torres.

Spain (2013). Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Kiti Mánver and Dani Muriel / David Tortosa.

Mexico (2014). Director: Luly Rede. Cast: Antonio Algarra and Javier Olguín / Alan Flores.

Cuba (2015). Director: Fabricio Hernández Medina. Cast: Mario Aguirre and Alberto González.


"Las heridas del viento” is theatre with a capital T, that kind of work whose universal theme works in any culture. The true lovers of the theatre can not miss it. The Miami Herald.

A masterpiece. Shocking dialogues, direct darts to the sensitivity of anyone. El Periódico. New York.

Funny and dramatic. A magnificent theatre piece written fluently, vividness and with mastery of language. Diario de Sevilla.

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Lope de Vega Award (2006)

 Fatex Award (2006)


1 male character and 1 female character.


George and Margaret must defend the borders. The neighbours are there, lurking, waiting to cross at the smallest carelessness. They can not drop their guard. But when Margaret begins to ask too many questions, their musical comedy life turns into a wild tragedy.
PREMIERE: Spain (2008) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Aurora Sánchez and Alberto Delgado.


Greece (2009). Company: Uga Klara.

Cuba. (2011) Director: Marcela García y Fabricio Hernández. Company: Teatral Hubert de Blanck

Argentina. (2012) Director: Diego Quiroz.

Mexico (2013) Director: Ignacio García. Cast: Alejandro Calvo and Aurora Cano.

Spain (2014) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Gema Matarranz and David García – Intriago.

Uruguay(2017) Director: María Pollack. Cast: Marina Rodríguez y Pierino Zorzini.


A deep, auteur text, which doesn't leave the spectator indifferent. El País. Spain.

A moving piece, with a stormy vision (...) A sober, direct text that deals with sensitive contemporary issues (...) A work of many shades, measured with pinpoint accuracy (...) La revista del diario. Miami.

"A drama of black irony ..." Guía del Ocio. Madrid.

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 100 m2 – El inconveniente


1 male character and 2 female characters.


The flat that the estate agent offers Sara has all the features she wants: low price, spaciousness, light and beautiful views. It only presents a small "inconvenience": the lady that owns the apartment will live in it until the day of her death. Lola (over seventy) has had two heart operations and, certainly, she will not last much longer. Especially if she continues smoking a pack a day and drinking as much as she can. Sara decides to buy the flat and wait. But we all know that events do not always unfold as planned.
PREMIERE: USA (2009). El Inconveniente. Director: Marcos Casanova. Cast: Grettel Trujillo, Daisy Fontao and Lyduan González. 


Chile. (2010) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: María Luisa Merlo, Miriam Díaz Aroca and Jorge Roelas.

Chile. (2011) El Inconveniente. Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Rosita Nicolet, Renata Bravo and Gustavo Becerra.

Australia. (2012) Director: Alexander Palacio. Cast: Zulema Capielli, Angela Rosero and Alexander Palacio

Uruguay (2012) Director: Lila García. Cast: Teresa González, Amparo Zunín and Fernando Cantó.

Costa Rica (2014) Director: Mariano González. Cast: Ana María Barrionuevo, Silvia Rojas y Arturo Campos.

Germany(2017) Director: René Heinersdorff. Cast: Beatrice Richter, Judith Richter, Claus Thull-Emden

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1 male character and 3 female characters.


Three girl friends meet after 20 years of not seeing each other. Many things have happened since they were little girls and studied together. Now, adults, they have realized that their lives have not gone in the right direction. Of course, it is never too late to change the course of events. What if they look for a man? And if they have a child? What if that man impregnate the three of them?
PREMIERE: Chile (2005) Él cuando quiere, ellas cuando pueden . Director: Rosita Nicolet. Cast: Renata Bravo, Tichi Lobos, Javiera Contador and Guido Vecchiola.


Puerto Rico (2005) ¡Que trío! Director: Albert Rodríguez. Cast: Marian Pabón, Cristina Soler, Mari Carmen Avilés and Jimmy Navarro.

USA (2007) Ellas quieren y él no puede. Director: Marcos Casanova. Cast: Margarita Coego, Marisol Correa, Raiza Palumbo and Ernesto Tapia.

Spain (2009) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Kiti Mánver, Nuria González, Aurora Sánchez y Octavi Pujades.

Costa Rica (2010) Menage a trois. Director: Andrés Montero. Cast: Silvia Rojas, Alejandra Portillo, Gretel Cedeño and Pablo Rodríguez.

Puerto Rico (2010) Espermatozoide para tres. Director: Alina Marrero. Cast: Sully Díaz, Noris Jofre, Mari Carmen Avilés and Eli Cay

Venezuela (2013) Director: César Sierra. Cast: Astrid Carolina Herrera, Hilda Abrahamz, Carolina Torres and César Flores

Italy (2013) Director: Chiara Noschese. Cast: Anna Galiena, Marina Massironi, Amanda Sandrelli and Sergio Muniz.

USA (2014) Director: Leandro Fernández. Cast: Arancha Solís, Rosalinda Rodríguez, Diana Quijano and Omar Germenos.

Venezuela (2015) Director: Gabriel Pérez Matteo. Cast: Masha Armuelles, Fabiola Sánchez Dorado, Ingrid Villa-Real and Giovanni Doratti

Spain (2105) Director: Quino Falero. Cast: Natalie Pinot, Eva Higueras, Carmen Mayordomo and José Sospedra.

Argentina (2016) Director: Corina Fiorillo. Cast: Silvia Bosco, Patricia Echegoyen, Viviana Sacone and Santiago Caamaño.


Dominican Republic (2017) Director: Richardson Díaz. Cast: Hony Estrella, Evelyna Rodríguez, Laura Lecrerc and José Guillermo Cortines..


A hilarious comedy that will make you laugh from beginning to end. Miami Herald

Rubio presents a hilarious comic toy built for the sole purpose of making people laugh. And this is achieved by far; the audience burst out laughing from the start. Diario de Córdoba.

It’s a play that entertains with characters and situations clearly extracted of everyday life, whose affairs transcend the local framework. The importance of family life and the very definition of family as well as the prevalence of sex today, personal success and frustrations up to 40 years, are some of the universal issues discussed at length. The combination of seriousness, humor, depth and lightness make this play a well-balanced dramaturgical composition. El Nuevo Herald.

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1 male character.


Machiavelli wrote The Prince in 1513. Five centuries later, his words are still absolutely valid. Isn’t it frightening to think that, no matter how much time has passed, the rules of power are always the same? In these times of political upheaval, lies, corruption and abuse, take a look at the past can help us understand the present. Machiavelli’s clairvoyant analysis makes clear, once again, that the exercise of power requires maneuvers and decisions that are not always ethically appropriate, but could we live without them? A play that can not remain indifferent to any citizen who depend on the decisions of their leaders. Anyway, if we think for a moment… is there anyone who doesn’t depend on that?
PREMIERE: Spain (2015) Director: Juan Carlos Rubio. Cast: Fernando Cayo


Despite the difficulty of the text, Juan Carlos Rubio summarizes really well the most significant parts of Machiavelli’s essay and he completes the plot of this play with other texts by the author .

Adaptation and direction is provided by Juan Carlos Rubio, taking us from a priori complicated work to an entertaining and fast play, where we attended shocked at the similarities with the time in which we live. ... El teatro que me gusta.

 The adaptation of the classic essay, by Juan Carlos Rubio, gets relevance and contemporaneity.

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Co-author: Yolanda García Serrano


7 male characters and 3 female characters.


1939. In a small village near Stradford Upon Avon an original manuscript of Shakespeare, that was thought lost, appears: Cardenio. It has caused such great stir that an ironic London journalist decides to visit the place and uncover the truths and lies surrounding the event. Shakespeare was never here is a comedy that challenges the value of the false and the authentic and takes us to a past time in which, even to be a thief, you had to be honest. 
The authors received for this play the most prestigious of the Spanish theatre awards, the Lope de Vega de Teatro 2013 Prize.