Denise Duncan

A graduate in directing and playwriting from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona (2012). She also has a postgraduate qualification in Social Media Content: Community Manager and Content Curation (2017). She holds a Master’s degree in Theatre and Audiovisual Studies from the Universidad de la Coruña (2004). She is a graduate in Dramatic Arts (2004) and in Collective Communication with specialisation on Journalism from the Universidad de Costa Rica (2004). Since 2002 she has worked mainly in theatre as an actress, playwright, and stage director. She was a runner-up for the Marqués de Bradomin Theatre Texts Award for her play Negra, o nocturnal de una piel inoculada por el odio nuestro de cada día (2004) and Ciutat de Manacor Jaume Vidal Alcover Theatre Prize for Negrata de merda (2018). She won a grant for the 7th SGAE Foundation Theatrical Writing Laboratory.

She is a founding member of La Pulpe Teatro (independent company). Highlights among her works are Está linda la mar (playwright and director; 2012); Vaques sagrades by Tarooa Teatre (playwright; Teatre Almeria, 2013); C.O.C.A. (playwright and director; IT Emergents: Festival Grec, Temporada Alta and Fira Tàrrega, Fira de Teatre de Manacor, 2014); La Taverna dels Bufons (co-author together with Martí Torras; Teatre Romea); Una dona en el mirall (playwright and director; Sala Atrium, 2018); Taques de tardor (staged reading in the series “Dones Lliures-Clàssics desgenerats” at theTeatre Lliure, 2019) and Negrata de merda (Teatre Tantarantana, 2019), among others.