Josep Maria Miró

Josep Maria Miró Coromina

He imparts the course of Theatrical Dramaturgy together with Pau Miró and Alfredo Sanzol.

Josep Maria Miró (Vic, 1977) Graduated in direction and dramaturgy at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona and in journalism from the UAB. Since 2013 he is a member of the reading Committee of the National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC). He is the author, among other works, of Estripant la Terra, Fum, Nerium Park, El principi d'Arquimedes, Gang Bang or La dona que perdia tots els avions and the dramaturgies Esperança Dynamite, Los libres cautiverios de Ricardo y Leonisa or Com si entrés un pàtria.

He has received more than a dozen awards, among them the prestigious Prize Born-on two occasions, 2009 and 2011-, Jaume Vidal i Alcover, Ramon Vinyes, the Marqués de Bradomín or international finalist of the Stückmarkt, organized by Berliner Festspiele among authors of all of Europe. His texts have been translated into several languages and released in countries such as Mexico, Argentina, England, Germany, Puerto Rico, Croatia, Russia and Greece, among others.

He has also participated in international exchanges at the Comédie Française (Paris), Théâtre Ouvert (Paris), Théâtre du Rond-Point (Paris), Panta Teatro (Caen), La Mousson de Été (Pont-à-Mousson), Universtaria degli Studi Roma Tre (Rome), or the Centre for Directors and playwrights of Moscow (Russia).

In 2013 he was resident author of the multidisciplinary School of Performing arts in Uruguay. He is co-screenwriter of the cinematographic version of his text El principi d'Arquímedes that Ventura Pons has shot this 2015. He has directed his own texts and also the opera La voix humaine. At the Festival Grec 2015 he also directed El carrer Franklin de Lluïsa Cunillé in the TNC.

Josep Maria Miró

Josep Maria Miró Coromina

He imparts the course of Theatrical Dramaturgy together with Pau Miró and Alfredo Sanzol.

Josep Maria Miró (Vic, 1977) Graduated in direction and dramaturgy at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona and in journalism from the UAB. Since 2013 he is a member of the reading Committee of the National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC). He is the author, among other works, of Estripant la Terra, Fum, Nerium Park, El principi d'Arquimedes, Gang Bang or La dona que perdia tots els avions and the dramaturgies Esperança Dynamite, Los libres cautiverios de Ricardo y Leonisa or Com si entrés un pàtria.

He has received more than a dozen awards, among them the prestigious Prize Born-on two occasions, 2009 and 2011-, Jaume Vidal i Alcover, Ramon Vinyes, the Marqués de Bradomín or international finalist of the Stückmarkt, organized by Berliner Festspiele among authors of all of Europe. His texts have been translated into several languages and released in countries such as Mexico, Argentina, England, Germany, Puerto Rico, Croatia, Russia and Greece, among others.

He has also participated in international exchanges at the Comédie Française (Paris), Théâtre Ouvert (Paris), Théâtre du Rond-Point (Paris), Panta Teatro (Caen), La Mousson de Été (Pont-à-Mousson), Universtaria degli Studi Roma Tre (Rome), or the Centre for Directors and playwrights of Moscow (Russia).

In 2013 he was resident author of the multidisciplinary School of Performing arts in Uruguay. He is co-screenwriter of the cinematographic version of his text El principi d'Arquímedes that Ventura Pons has shot this 2015. He has directed his own texts and also the opera La voix humaine. At the Festival Grec 2015 he also directed El carrer Franklin de Lluïsa Cunillé in the TNC.

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