Chilean playwright and video artist. Ph.D. in Literature at the New York University.
He has been resident playwright at The Watermill Center in New York, Royal Court Theatre in London, Casa de America in Madrid. Since 2000 his texts have been produced, translated, published and represented in diverse stages and languages.
His texts include “The Fascist Lover”, “A Wig For Two Heads”, “National Theatre”, “North”, “Black Parrots”, “Johnny Deep And The Laura Ingalls Vagina”, “Berlin Is Not Yours”, “Emergency Room”, “All Knows Who Was”, “The Trap”, among others. On four occasions he has won the Chilean Prize for Drama for his works. His artistic work focuses on research on the various types of Voice that co-exist in contemporary dramaturgy, to create a dialogue and experimentation between technology and the theater which escapes the big scale apparatus traditionally used in the stage for this purpose. His current project involves creating a series of devices for the reproduction of the human voice and the direction of his new film, Medea.