2013 Latin ACE Playwright Award
2013 Latin ACE Award (Drama)
Best Actor, Alfredo Huereca
Andrés is passionately writing his third novel and refuses to leave the abandoned building where he lives with his girlfriend Gloria until it is finished. His old friend Odiseo’s unexpected arrival forces them to accept that sometimes destruction is necessary before creation can begin. Muerte Súbita (Sudden Death) is a tour de force by one of Mexico’s leading playwrights Sabina Berman.
Presented by Bridge Playhouse
Pabellón Cultural de la República
Los Cabos, Bajo California Sur, Mexico
December 15th, 2012.
About Sabina Berman
Sabina Berman is Mexico’s leading playwright and is also a storyteller, essayist, film and theater director. She is recognized as the most prolific, original, and daring playwright of her generation in the Spanish language. Four times prize-winner of the National Playwriting Award in Mexico (Premio Nacional de Dramaturgia en México) and the Juan Ruiz de Alarcon Award (Premio Juan Ruiz de Alarcón), she has also won twice the National Journalism Award (Premio Nacional de Periodismo) (1999 and 2007).
Her best-known plays include the critically-acclaimed Between Pancho Villa and a Naked Woman, Moliere, and Freud Skating. They each ran for over two years in Mexico City, and were produced in Latin America, Europe and the United States.
DANIEL JÁQUEZ (Director)
Director and producer of shows Off and Off-Off Broadway and at renowned concert venues such as Symphony Space and Carnegie Hall. Regionally, he has directed across the United States and has also worked in Russia, Switzerland, France and Mexico. Read More
ALFREDO HUERECA (Odiseo)
Alfredo Huereca’s acting career began in Mexico, performing in classical and contemporary plays. It is during this time that he performed at the internationally known Festival Cervantino in the lead role of Lope de Vega’s The Knight of Olmedo, and was given the Best Actor Award. Read More
ANA GROSSE (Gloria)
Ana Grosse is a trilingual actor, dancer, translator and producer. She was born in Argentina and is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Conservatory in New York. Read More
GERARDO GUDIÑO (Andrés)
Gerardo has a Bachelor degree from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina where he was awarded with the University Prize. Read More
SUSAN ZEEMAN ROGERS (Set Designer)
In New York, Susan has worked with New Georges, Red Bull Theater, Mint Theater (Best Design, First Irish Festival for Is Life Worth Living,) Susan Marshall and Co., MCC Theatre, Flea Theatre, Summer Play Festival, Mabou Mines Artists Residency and Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Read More
JORGE CASTILLA (Costume Designer)
Jorge is an actor, playwright, director, lyricist, composer and costume designer. He is the author of many awarded dramas and musicals such as Imperio Andino, Dies Irae and Sandalwood Park. Read More
BRUNO SANGAR (Stage Manager / AD)
Bruno is a Mexican actor, singer and vocal coach. He received a Diploma in Dramatic Studies from the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and he holds a B.S. Degree in Marketing from the Universidad Regiomontana, Mexico. Read More
ALFONSO REY (Light and Sound Design)
Alfonso Rey was born in Venezuela and is a lighting and sound designer, an actor and a director. He has worked as a lighting and sound designer for Repertorio Español, Teatro Circulo, Grupo Teatro 3, Texto Teatro, Grupo Cobre, Grupo Urbe, Grado 38… Read More
David Anzuelo (Fight Director)
Theater credits: American Jornalero; Drawn & Quartered; Tight Embrace (INTAR). Macbeth; Othello; Passion Play (Epic Theater Ensemble). An Early History of Fire; Russian Transport; Burning; One Arm; Blood From A Stone; Rafta Rafta and Mourning Becomes Electra (New Group). 9th & Joanie (Labyrinth). Read More