Magüi Mira - Currículum Vitae

Currículum Vitae

Directing

  • 2019 “LA FUERZA DEL CARIÑO” adapted from Dan Gordon’s play. Produced by: Pentación, premiered on the 11th of september at the Teatro Infanta Isabel, Madrid. Toured around Spain.
  • 2018 “LAS AMAZONAS”, by Magüi Mira. From Pentesilea by H. Von Kleist. Produced by: Pentación and Festvial de Teatro Clásico de Merida. Premiered at the Teatro Romano de Mérida.
  • 2018 “FRANKIE&JOHNNY” by T.Mcnally. Versioned and directed by Magüi Mira. Produced by: La Cueva. Premiered at Teatro Carlos III in Aranjuez.
  • 2018 “CONSENTIMIENTO” by Nina Raine. Versioned and directed by Magüi Mira. Produced by: CDN. Premiered at the Teatro Valle Inclán, Madrid.
  • 2017 “FESTEN” by T.Winterberg. Versioned and adapted by Magüi Mira. Produced by: CDN. Premiered at the Teatro Valle Inclán.
  • 2016 “LA VELOCIDAD DEL OTOÑO” by Eric Coble. Versioned by Bernabé Rico. Produced by: Pentación. Premiered at the Teatro Bellas Artes, Madrid.
  • 2015 “CESAR&CLEOPATRA”, by Emilio Hernández. Produced by: Pentación and the Festvial de Teatro Clásico de Mérida. Premiered at the Teatro Romano de Mérida.
  • 2015 “EL DISCURSO DEL REY” by David Seidler, version by Emilio Hernández. Produced by: Zebra. Premiered at the Teatro Español, Madrid.
  • 2014 “PLUTO”, by Aristófanes, version by Emilio Hernández. Produced by: Pentación and the Festival de Teatro Clásico de Mérida. Premiered at the Teatro Romano de Mérida.
  • 2013 “KATIE Y EL HIPOPÓTAMO”, by Mario Vargas Llosa. Produced by: Teatro Español. Premiered at the Naves del Español en el Matadero, Madrid.
  • 2013 “EN EL ESTANQUE DORADO”, by Ernest Thompson, version by Emilio Hernández. Produced by: Pentación. Premiered at the Teatro Principal de Zaragoza, Zaragoza.
  • 2012 “¡AY CARMELA!” by José Sanchis Sinisterra. In russian. Produced by: The Fontanka Theatre of Saint Petesburg. Premiered at the Fontanka Theatre, Saint Petesburg.
  • 2011 “MADAME BOVARY”, by Gustave Flaubert, version by Emilio Hernández and Magüi Mira. Produced by Pentación. Premiered at the Teatro Principal de Alicante, Alicante.
  • 2009 “LA MARQUESA DE O”, by Heinrich Von Kleist, version by Emilio Hernández. Produced by Mirandez Producciones and Pentación. Premiered at the Teatro Bellas Artes, Madrid.
  • 2009 “UN CUENTO DE INVIERNO” by William Shakespeare version by José Sanchis Sinisterra. Translated to Russian. Produced by Pentación and Fontanka Theatre. Premiered at the Fontanka Theatre in Saint Petesburg.
  • 2007 “UN CUENTO DE INVIERNO” by W. Shakespeare. Version by J. Sanchis Sinisterra. Produced by Mirandez Producciones, Comunidad de Madrid and Generalitat Valenciana. Premiered at the Teatro Albeniz, Madrid.
  • 2005 “LA LUNA DE LLUVIA”, by Colette. Version by Magüi Mira. Produced by Asunción Balaguer. Premiered at the Teatro Romea, Murcia.
  • 2004 “EL CENSOR”, by Anthony Neilson, version by Vicente Molina Foix. Produced by Mirandez Producciones and Marquite. Premiered at the Teatro Villaroel, Barcelona.
  • 2003. “MASTER CLASS” by Terrence McNally. Produced by Teatro Gayarre. Premiered at the Teatro Gayarre, Pamplona.
  • 2002 “MOROCCO BAR” by Carles Mira, version by Magüi Mira. Produced by Teatres de la Generalitat Valenciana. Premiered at the Teatro Principal de Castelló.
  • 2002 “EL PERRO DEL HORTELANO”, by Lope de Vega. Version by Emilio Hernández. Produced by Vania y Focus. Premiered at the Teatro Condal de Barcelona.
  • 2001 “TOP GIRLS”, by Caryl Churchill. Produced by The William Layton Company. Premiered at the Palacio de Festivales de Santander.
  • Acting

    Theatre / Protagonist in:

    • 2018 “LA CULPA”, by David Mamet. Directed by Juan Carlos Rubio, at the Teatro Bellas Artes de Madrid.
    • 2012 “LA ANARQUISTA”, by David Mamet. Directed by José Pascual at the Teatro Español de Madrid.
    • 2010 “EL CERCO DE LENINGRADO”, by Sanchis Sinisterra, Directed by José Carlos Plaza, at the Teatro Bellas Artes de Madrid.
    • 2008 “DESCALZOS EN EL PARQUE”, by Neil Simon, Directed by Pep Antón Gómez.
    • 2006 “MAGÜI MIRA ES MOLLY BLOOM”, by James Joyce/Sanchis Sinisterra. Directed by Sanchis Sinisterra. Produced by Mirandez, at the Teatro Círculo de Bellas Artes, Teatro Infanta Isabel, also done in Shanghai and Pekin.
    • 2004 “VOCES ROMANTICAS”, de Gustavo Tambascio, Directed Fernando Berunés at the Teatro Juan Bravo de Segovia.
    • 2002 “LEGUNAS DE PLATA” by Vicente Molina Foix, Directed by Vicente Molina Foix, at the Teatro Talía de Valencia.
    • 2000 ”ESCENAS DE MATRIMONIO” by Ingmar Bergman version by Emilio Hernández/Magüi Mira. Directed by Rita Russeck. Produced by Marquite and Mirandez at the Teatro Lara.
    • 1999 “CARTAS DE AMOR A STALIN” by Juan Mayorga. Directed by Guillermo Heras at the Teatro Maria Guerrero.
    • 1997 “EL ANZUELO DE FENISA” by Lope de Vega, Directed by Pilar Miró at the Teatro de la Comedia.
    • 1997 “MARCO ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA” by William Shakespeare. Directed by José Carlos Plaza at the Teatro Romano de Mérida.
    • 1996 “TRES MUJERES ALTAS”, by Edward Albee, Directed by Jaime Chávarri at the Teatro Lara.
    • 1995 “CRISTALES ROTOS”, by Arthur Miller, Directed by Pilar Miró at the Teatro María Guerrero.
    • 1994 “ELLA IMAGINA”, by J.J Millás, Directed by José Carlos Plaza, at the teatro Maria Guerrero plus touring in Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago de Chile.
    • 1993 “LA SEÑORITA JULIA”, by Strindberg, Version and direction by Emilio Hernández at the Teatro María Guerrero.
    • 1991 “FIESTA BARROCA” by Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Directed by Miguel Narros, at the Veranos de la Villa en la Plaza Mayor de Madrid.
    • 1990 “VOCES DE GESTA” de Valle Inclán Directed by Emilio Hernández at the Teatro María Guerrero.
    • 1989 “MARIBEL Y LA EXTRAÑA FAMILIA” by Miguel Miura, Directed by Emilio Hernández at the Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid.
    • 1988 “EL HOMBRE DESHABITADO”, by Rafael Alberti, Directed by Emilio Hernández at the Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid.
    • 1987 “ILL SONNO DE LA RAGIONE” by Buero Vallejo, in Italian, Directed by M. Patuzzo, Potenza (Italia).
    • 1987 “MADAME DE SADE”, by Yukio Mishima, Directed by Joaquín Vida, at the Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid.
    • 1986 “SÉNECA O EL BENEFICIO DE LA DUDA”, by Antonio Gala, Directed Manuel Collado at the Teatro Reina Victoria.
    • 1986 “FEDRA” by Emilio Hernández from Miguel de Unamuno, Directed by Emilio Hernández at the Teatro Español de Madrid.
    • 1985 “LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA” by F.G Lorca, Directed by José Carlos Plaza, at the Teatro Español de Madrid.
    • 1984 “PAREJA ABIERTA” by Darío Fo, Directed by Emilio Hernández at the Teatro Español de Madrid.
    • 1983 “ORQUIDEAS Y PANTERAS”, de A. Vallejo, Directed by William Layton at the Teatro Español de Madrid.
    • 1983 “MARIA ESTUARDO”, by D.Maraini, Versioned and directed by Emilio Hernández at the Teatro Español de Madrid, plus a season in Caracas.
    • 1982 “EL TAXIDERMISTA”, by A. Gracia Pintado, Directed Jordi Mesalles, at the Teatro María Guerrero.
    • 1981 “LA NOCHE DE MOLLY BLOOM” by James Joyce, Versioned and directed by J. Sanchis Sinisterra, at the Centro Cultural de la Villa, at the Teatro María Guerrero.

    Films / She’s appeared in:

    • 2018 “UN MUNDO NORMAL” Directed by Achero Mañas.
    • 2018 “EN LAS ESTRELLAS” Directed by Zoe Beriatúa
    • 2012 “BEIGE” Directed by Triana Llorite. Protagonist.
    • 2008 “EL ARTE DE ROBAR” Directed by Lionel Vieria.
    • 2008 “ESPERPENTO” Directed by José Luis García Sánchez.
    • 2008 “LAS GALAS DEL DIFUNTO” Directed by José Luis García Sanchez.
    • 2005 “LAS CEREZAS DEL CEMENTERIO” Directed by Juan Luis Iborra.
    • 2003 “ARROZ Y TARTANA” Directed by José Antonio Escribá.
    • 2002 “REFLEJOS” Directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.
    • 1999 “EL SECRETO DE LA PORCELANA” Directed by Roberto Bodegas.
    • 1996 “LA SAL DE LA VIDA” Directed by Eugenio Martín.
    • 1993 “DIME UNA MENTIRA” Directed by Juan Bollaín.
    • 1993 “EL LABERINTO GRIEGO” Directed by Rafael Álcazar.
    • 1990 “YO SOY ESA” Directed by Luis Sanz.
    • 1989 “EL ACTO” Directed by Héctor Faber, protagnist.
    • 1989 “EL REY DEL MAMBO” Directed by Carles Mira, protagonist.

    TV / Appearances:

    • 2016 “LA QUE SE AVECINA” (Series)
    • 2001 “LAS AMARGAS LAGRIMAS DE PETRA VON KANT” Directed by José Manuel Armán.
    • 2000 “LA CASA DE LOS LIOS” (Series, 10 episodes with Arturo Fernández.
    • 1999 “UNA DE DOS“ (Series, 20 episodes with Lina Morgan)
    • 1995 “AQUÍ HAY NEGOCIO” (TVE Series)
    • 1994 “MUCHO CUENTO” (TVE Series, 13 episodes)
    • 1993 “RUZAFA 56” (Channel 9 Series, 26 episodes, directed by Carles Mira)
    • 1993 “HABITACIÓN 503” (TVE Series, directed by José María Forqué)
    • 1992 “MENOS LOBOS” (TVE Series, 40 episodes)
    • 1989 “MIGUEL SERVET” (Series, 40 episodes, directed by José María Forqué.
    • 1989 “EL OLIVAR DE ATOCHA” (TVE Series)
    • 1986 “LA NOCHE DE MOLLY BLOOM” (TVE Series, directed by Sergi Schaaf.
    • 1986 “PAREJA ABIERTA” (TVE Series, directed by Mara Recatero)
    • 1984 “STA TERESA DE JESUS” (TVE Series, directed by Josefina Molina.
    • She’s also directed and hosted 40 shows of the Channel 9 “ESTA NIT MIRA” – an interviews show.

    Playwriting

    She’s versioned:

    • 2018 “LAS AMAZONAS” from H.Von Kleist “Pentesilea”.
    • 2018 “FRANKIE&JOHNN” from T. McNally’s “Frankie and Johnny in The Clair De Lune”
    • 2018 “CONSENTIMIENTO” from Nina Raine’s “Consent.”
    • 2017 “FESTEN” from T.Winterberg “Festen”.
    • 2000 “MOROCCO BAR” from Carles Mira’s “Morocco Bar”

    She’s written:

    • 2015 “CESAR&CLEOPATRA”
    • 2015 “EL DISCURSO DEL REY”
    • 2014 “PLUTO”
    • 2011 “MADAME BOVARY”
    • 2009 “LA MARQUESA DE O”

    She’s produced through Mirandez:

    • In 1990, Magüi Mira together with Emilio Hernández funds MIRANDEZ Producciones. With it she enters the private spanish production and distribution scene.
    • “LA ANARQUISTA”, by David Mamet Co produced the tour and distribution around Spain.
    • “CUENTO DE INVIERNO” by William Shakespeare and “AY CARMELA” by Sanchis Sinisterra, co produced with the Saint Petesburg Fontanka Theatre. Cuento de Invierno was also co produced with Pentación.
    • “LA MARQUESA DE O”, by H. Von Kleist co produced with Pentación.
    • “CUENTO DE INVIERNO”, by William Shakespeare co produced with Tornaveu. With the support of the Generalitat Valenciana, Comunidad de Madrid and Ministerio de Cultura.
    • ”EL CENSOR”, by Anthony Neilson co produced with Marquite S.L.
    • “ESCENAS DE MATRIMONIO”, by Ingmar Bergman co produced with Marquite S.L. through Magnus 40.
    • “INCORRECTAS” by Emilio Hernández.
    • “NO SE CULPE A NADIE DE MI MUERTE” by J.Cortázar.
    • “ELLA IMAGINA” by Juan José Millás.
    • “LA SEÑORITA JULIA” version by J.Sanchis Sinisterra
    • “EL LUNATICO” by Ramón Gómez de la Serna
    • “HECUBA” by Euripides
    • “FEDRA” by Emilio Hernández
    • “PAREJA ABIERTA” by Darío Fo

    She’s distributed through Mirandez:

    • “LA ANARQUISTA” by David Mamet.
    • “EL DISCURSO DEL REY” by David Seidler.
    • “ELLA IMAGINA” by Juan José Millás
    • “NO SE CULPE A NADIE DE MI MUERTE” by J.Cortázar.
    • “INCORRECTAS” by Emilio Hernández.
    • “PAREJA ABIERTA” by Darío Fo.
    • “FEDRA” by Emilio Hernández.

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