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Jesús Eguía Armenteros


Doctor en Teoría, Historia y Práctica del Teatro por la U. de Granada y Egresado de la RESAD. Amplía su formación en París y Londres con los últimos asistentes de Decroux. Ha publicado un monográfico y numerosos artículos sobre teatro actual, además de proyectos I+D con la U. de Alcalá y Harvard University (USA). Actualmente ejerce como profesor en Marbella International University Center (MIUC). Con el poemario "Los Cánticos del Gusano" (Ed. U. de Alcalá, 2007) recibe el Premio Miguel de Cervantes para jóvenes escritores 2006 de la U. de Alcalá. Escribe y dirige "Testamento Vienés (enfermedad, agonía y muerte de Egon Schiele)" (Ed. Baile del Sol, 2016), Premio Escena Joven 2006 al Mejor Texto del Ayuntamiento de Málaga. "The Cardenio Project", producido por Harvard U., recibe estudios en Oxford University Press y U. of Pennsylvania Press. Sus trabajos como guionista han recibido los Premios al Mejor Corto de RTVA Fernando Quiñones y de la Semana Internacional del corto de San Roque.


Ph.D. in the Theory, History and Practice of Theater from the Universidad de Granada (Spain). Graduated cum laude. BFA Performing Arts from RESAD (Madrid) and MA Teaching High School and Language Centers Spanish Language & Literature from Universidad Nebrija (Madrid). Has been an integral part of research projects at Alcalá University and Harvard University (MA-USA), working with Dr. Stephen Greenblatt on the subject of Cultural Mobility. He has taught at Marbella International University Center MIUC since 2014. As a researcher, he has published one monograph and several academic articles in national and international journals. He is a playwright and theater director. One of his plays, "Testamento Vienés", was awarded the Best Play Theatre Award 2006 Escena Joven. His work as a playwright has been studied in academic articles and is featured in a chapter of the scholarly book by UCLA’s Dr. Barbara Fuchs’s (The Poetics of Piracy: The Emulation of Spain in English Literature, Penn Press, 2012) and University of Southern California’s Dr. Carla Della Gatta (The Quest for Cardenio: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Cervantes, and the Lost Play, Oxford University Press, 2012). His five short films have been awarded twenty-five different Spanish film festival awards and were in the official section of 40 International Festivals and 150 Spanish festivals. Also he worked as a TV writer for Endemol PC. Also a poet, he won the Miguel de Cervantes Award for Young Writers for the book Los Cánticos del gusano (Ed. Universidad de Alcalá, 2007). His last shortfilm, La Mirada del hijo, is currently nominated for the Best Shortfilm in the FIC Esmi Shortfims Festival in is currently nominated for the Best Shortfilm in the FIC Esmi Shortfims Festival in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Nowadays, he’s writing the libretto for the Estrada Torío’s Ópera, Heart of Darkness, for Barcelona Mixtur Festival 2019.

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