If you could have a drink with any dramatist (living or dead) who would it be and why?
Why is theater important to you?
If you could have one of your plays produced in any country in the world, which play and which country would you choose, and why?
Luz Estrada (Colombia) Actress, writer, producer and Colombian hostess. She studied acting at the Antioquia University and then, she won a scholarship to make a master in Dramaturgy at the same university. She has more than 20 years of acting experience and she´s performed in more than thirty soap operas, series, plays and movies. She had studied with some of the greatest teachers ever, like Robert Mackee, the Spanish Jose Sanchis Sinisterra and the Argentinian playwright Rafael Spregelburd. She´s written and produced around twenty scripts and plays for short films and theater; some of the most known are Aqualia, a play for children which has had several seasons abroad and it participated in the 2010 “FESTIVAL IBEROAMERICANO DE TEATRO” in Bogota. Her play El Hombre Reina Y La Mujer Gobierna, a singular mix between a soliloquy and a stand-up comedy won The Best Monologue Award from Bogota in 2012 and it has had a great reception among the audience and critics. Currently, she’s working as a scriptwriter at Sagitario Films, an audiovisual company, and she´s making a new project called La Vida Alegre a tragicomedy melodramatic and “almost” autobiographical play that is going to be on stage pretty soon in Colombia.