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Lugo free spin casino no deposit bonus Born in Madrid in 1970, he graduated in Dramaturgy from the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Madrid and also has a degree in Philosophy from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He has taught “Dramatic Literature”, “Theatrical Theory” and “Dramatic Writing” at El Submarino school of theatre and cinema, Madrid and has edited Acotaciones: revista de investigación teatral.

phil ivey poker San Antonio de Los Altos His works include Dile adiós al tren (1991); Muñecos (1992-1997-1998-1999); Estiramientos (1995); Paridad (1996); Refugio: definición (1997); Recinto Hipermercadario (1998‑2004); La identidad de Fulano (2000); Nuestra Señora del Pairo (2000); Higiene de los recuerdos (2000); Silvia (2000); La Pilara (2001); La verdadera muerte del papa W. (2001); Como cerdos (2001); La secta (2001); Delirar Europa (2002); Adiós a todos (2002); Café, in collaboration with Susana Sánchez and Javier García Yagüe (2005); Panzarriba y Panzabajo (2005); No sé callar cuando sueño (2006); and Rebeldías posibles (2007) and Ojos y cerrojos (2007) with Javier García Yagüe.

He has also written versions and adaptations of El aumento, Spanish version of L’augmentation, by Georges Perec (1997); La cosa humana, by José Ricardo Morales (1998); La noche veneciana, a tragi-comic version of Nuit vénitienne, by Alfred de Musset (2000); Una historia del zoo, adaptation of the play The Zoo Story, by Edward Albee (2003); La velada en Benicarló, by Manuel Azaña (2003); El servir con mala estrella, by Lope de Vega (2003); Peer Gynt, by Henrik Ibsen in collaboration with Ignacio García May and José Antonio Cuartas (2003); El hechizado por fuerza, by Antonio de Zamora (2003); Donde hay agravios no hay celos, y amo criado, by Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla, in collaboration with Nacho Sánchez Pascual (2004); Don Gil de La Mancha, an anonymous 17th Century play (2005).

As a director he has produced La Odisea and La cosa humana, by José Ricardo Morales (1997); Paridad (1998); P.O.E., a play based on texts by Enrique Amigó (1998); Caja, short film produced in the Faculty of the Science of Information at the Complutense University of Madrid (1998); Con la sangre de Venecia, by Federico Castro (1998) and Un marciano sin objeto, by José Ricardo Morales (2004).