Gabriela Izcovich

(Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1960)

Director, actress and playwright. Original author of the theatre plays: Todos Hablan, Por favor sentate, Sin vozCosas que pasan, Bocas de Registro, Alma teatral, Estás igual and Siempre es bueno irse alguna vez de alguna parte. All these plays have been directed, and in some cases performed and acted, by the playwright herself. It is important to highlight also her work in stage adaptations of important novels such as Intimidad by Hanif Kureishi, El último encuentro by Sándor Márai, Terapia by David Lodge, La venda by Siri Hustdvedt, Nocturno Hindú by Antonio Tabucchi, Aráoz y la verdad by Eduardo Sacheri, Más liviano que el aire by Federico Jeanmaire and La Música del Azar by Paul Auster. She has taken part in international festivals such as the Festival de Otoño (Autumn Festival) in Madrid, the Festival Grec in Barcelona, the Festival of Manizales, the Festival of Colombia and the International Festival of Buenos Aires. Recently she won the Florencio Sánchez award for her one-person play Alma teatral.

Her shows have enjoyed seasons at the Teatre Lliure, at the Sala Beckett and at the Sala Villarroel in Barcelona, as well as at the Teatro Studio in Florence, Italy.

With Javier Daulte she co-directed and played roles in his plays: Faros de Color and Fuera de Cuadro.
Educator and founder of the Konstantín school of theatre where she teaches her courses.
Among her roles as an actress, highlights include her participation in the films Tiempo de Valientes by Damián Szifrón and Cómo ganar enemigos by Gabriel Lichman.

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