José Martínez Queirolo (Guayaquil, 1931 - 2008) also knows as Pipo is the most well known and performed Ecuadorian dramatist. He was also a writer and poet whose work has been translated into numerous languages and performed throughout the Americas and Europe. National Short Story Award "José de la Cuadra", Guayaquil, 1969. Four times winner of the National Theater Award. Passed away october 8, 2008The most known and performed Ecuadorian dramatist. He was also a narrator and a poet with his work translated into several languages and performed throughout the Americas and Europe. National Short Story Award "José de la Cuadra", Guayaquil, 1969. Four times winner of the National Theater Award. In 2001 he received the national prize "Eugenio Espejo", the highest recognition of his country. Among his most important works we highlight: Los Unos vs. Los Otros; QEPD; La conquista no ha terminado Todavía; La casa del qué Dirán; La Torre de Marfil; Montesco y su Señora; among others.
Anderson Mendoza (Santiago de los Caballeros 1993) is a Dominican actor, producer and screenwriter. Founder and CEO @carixtosgroup. He graduated from La 37 por las Tablas, Inc. and has participated in many plays throughout Dominican Republic and in New York City. Réquiem por la Lluvia is his first one man show.
José Ignacio Vivero (Guayaquil 1976) has worked in theater, audiovisual media, puppet theater, creative writing and education for more than 15 years. He has been awarded for his artistic work on several occasions and has led projects that combine art and education for several public and private entities. Mr. Vivero is the artistic director of Pin Productions and a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Laboratory.
The poor, drunken widower of a towns laundress morns for his wife, La Jesusa. But where does the guilt of this woman’s death lie? A woman who has spent her life cleaning the wealthy’s dirty laundry. This drunkard is not a good man but he knows intimately the filth we all leave for someone else’s tired hands. This unblinking, and often hilarious look at the hypocrisy of the elite is just as fresh and relevant today as when the play first opened in 1960. Who is to blame for the death of La Jesusa? Perhaps all of us.
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