A graduate in Directing and Playwriting Studies from the Institut del Teatre of Barcelona.
She is the author of the following plays: Paradise Band (Teatre Lliure, Assaigs Oberts Cycle, 2007), Marc i Paula (Institut del Teatre and Obrador de la Sala Beckett, 2008), Zeppellin (staged reading, Sala Beckett, 2008), Volem anar al Tibidabo (Critics of Barcelona Revelation Prize 2009 and Alcover Project; Versus Teatre), La gran nit de Lurdes G, cowritten and codirected with Josep Maria Miró (Runner-up for the Lluís Solà Prize 2008, Versus Teatre), La millor obra del teatre català (La Cuina, Festival Grec, 2009), Vimbodí versus Praga (TNC, 2010), Radio Nights (Sala Flyhard and Villarroel, 2011), La nostra Champions particular (Teatre Gaudí, 2012), Family Council (Sala Beckett, 2013), Ventura (Temporada Alta, 2015), Les Clink (Sala Beckett, 2020), Les ulleres per mirar carregadors (winner of the Catalan Playwriting Tournament in the Temporada Alta Festival, 2018, and of the Buenos Aires Playwriting Tournament in the Sala Timbre 4, 2019), Pixelated Andrea (Sala Beckett, 2019), Lapònia (Club Capítol, 2019), Dolors, cowritten and codirected with Eulàlia Carrillo and Sergi Belbel (Teatre Lliure, 2019) and Una dent sota el coixí (Sala La Planeta, 2021). She has directed most of these plays.
She is the author, together with Sergi Belbel, of the script of the film Eva (nominated for best script at the Goya cinema Awards). She is also the scriptwriter of the film A Perfect enemy (based on Amélie Nothomb’s novel Cosmétique de l’ennemi), directed by Kike Maillo.
She worked as a scriptwriter on the tv shows El cor de la ciutat (TV3), Sin identidad (Antena 3), La Riera (TV3), Com si no t’hagués conegut (TV3) and Les del Hoquei (Tv3). She is currently scriptwriter of Com si fos ahir (TV3).
Andrea is only 18 years old and has 300,000 followers on her YouTube channel, “Pixelated Andrea”, where she talks about books. Despite her young age, Andrea is clear about what fiction should be like in order to make the world a better place. But her whole world is shaken and her ideals are thrown into doubt the day she discovers a novel that tells the story of her own life.
Play available in English and Spanish.
Play for 3 actresses and 1 actor.
Family Council tells the story of a very peculiar family in which the parents want things to work like in a true democracy. In this family, a president is chosen, strict electoral rules are followed and there is a regulated financial system with an own tax agency and real state structures. However, when Aina realises that this system is not useful anymore and demands a new one, a decline of unforeseeable consequences occurs. And the fact is that the parents of this family state will do everything within their hands to curb dissidence.
Play available in Bulgarian, Catalan and English.
Play for 3 actors and 2 actresses.