Una reflexión activa sobre la violencia machista.

In this workshop we will explore different processes of creating Forum Theater to later represent them in a session open to the public. Among those registered (registration form below), 12 people will be selected to work in the workshop. The rest, the public, will have the option to participate and enjoy the forum by becoming spectators, in the exhibition open to the public that will be held on Saturday, September 5,  from 18:30 to 20:00.

The creation of the pieces that will be shown is done collectively and horizontally, valuing the different points of view and experiences of the participants.

The Forum Theater represents a problem or conflict that affects a community. In this case, work will be done on the issue of sexist violence.

During the open session, the audience of the representation will have the opportunity to express their ideas and experiences regarding the conflict to later formulate proposals that allow it to be transformed. Spectators will be given the opportunity to transform into spectators, going on to exchange with the characters of the play to show acting their proposals for change. The theater turns the audience into actors and the citizens into critical artists with the capacity to transform their reality.



  • Ages: No limits.

  • Experience: Everything will be admitted, looking for variety.

  • Nº and gender: 12 (6 women and 6 men).

  • Schedules:

    • Preparation with registrants: Friday 4 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturday 5 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

    • FREE function OPEN TO THE PUBLIC : Saturday from 18:30 to 20:00.

  • Required documents: short CV (acting experience does not matter), PHOTO (and link to  video, if any) AND LETTER (what concerns do you have about the issue of theater and violence  male chauvinist). All this, together with the registration form , must be sent to the email


The creation of short film about the current situation of global pandemic.

In Italy, Peru, Spain and Colombia he has coordinated and developed several art therapy, therapeutic photography and participatory cinema projects in clinical and social settings aimed at women and adolescents in prison contexts, children from foster homes and marginal neighborhoods, older people , people with intellectual disabilities, people with mental illnesses and women victims of violence.

He has participated in different research projects in collaboration with the Complutense University of Madrid, as part of the Research Group Applications of Art in Social Integration: Art, Therapy and Artistic Education for Inclusion. Doctoral student in Education UCM, is focusing her thesis on the processes of participatory cinematographic creation with migrant populations.

Since 2012 he has lived in Madrid, working mainly between Spain and Italy in various  projects aimed at various groups at risk of social exclusion and as a trainer, in collaboration with associations, cooperatives and both public and private institutions.

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He has participated in two editions of the community theater project "Mosaicos", carried out  in the Lavapiés neighborhood in Madrid, becoming passionate about theater as a tool for transformation and change.  He is finishing his annual “La Dinamo” Social Theater training.