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Miguel Narros

  • Miguel Narros © Kike Para / EL MUNDO

    Miguel Narros © Kike Para / EL MUNDO

  

Speciality

Theatre

 

 

Date of birth

1928

Date of death

Jun 21, 2013
  


"Theatre director. He was director of the María Guerrero Theatre in two periods: 1964 to 1970 and then 1984 to 1989."

Born in Madrid in 1928, he started training as an actress at age 14 at the María Guerrero National Theatre Company. He started in stage direction and produced his first plays in Barcelona, where he founded and directed the Pequeño Theatre. In 1961 he created and directed the Teatro Estudio de Madrid (TEM) acting school which trained Ana Belén, Eusebio Poncela, José Pedro Carrión and José Carlos Plaza, amongst others. He directed the Teatro Español (Madrid) between 1964 and 1988. In the 1990s he directed at the María Guerrero Theatre The Gentleman from Olmedo by Lope de Vega; the farce Las de Caín by the Álvarez Quintero Brothers; the Eucharistic play The World is A Fair by Calderón; Medea by Euripides and The Discreet Love by Lope de Vega, amongst others. He died in Madrid in 2013.

Awards

National Theatre Award for a play (1959)
National Theatre Award (1987)
Madrid Region Culture Award (2000)
Max Award for Scenic Arts (2005)
Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts
Castile-La-Mancha Performing Arts Award (2004)
Almagro Festival Award (2002)

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