Amaranta Osorio

(Mexico-Colombia-Spain) author, actress and cultural manager.

She is one of the most released Latin American authors of her generation in Europe.
Her plays have received the following awards: Calderón for Dramatic Literature, Jesús Domínguez, SNCA del FONCA, among others and have been premiered in Spain, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Czechoslovakia. Her plays have been presented in other countries such as India, Denmark, Serbia, United States, etc.

Her dramaturgy focuses on socially committed themes, especially in stories starring women, contributing to the construction of a genealogy that highlights resilience strategies.

She has directed five international festivals in Costa Rica, Mexico and Spain and
programmed two in India and Mexico. She specializes in the Ibero-American and gender perspective. She directs the “Otras Miradas. Las mujeres del Siglo de Oro vistas por mujeres de hoy” within the Ibero-American Festival of the Golden Age. Clásicos en Alcalá.

Graduated in dramaturgy from the RESAD, she has a Master of Cultural Management from the Complutense University, Master 1 in Theater Studies from the Sorbonne University and a leadership course from Harvard.

She was born into a family dedicated to the theater and worked as an actress since she was little. She has participated in different plays, television series and films, the most recent “El Camino de Santi” directed by Sergio Cabrera.

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