Alvaro García de Zúñiga's plays don’t have characters. His theatre is constructed by the actors who, using theatrical convention, interpret his texts and create a stage ready for a multiplicity of interpretations within which anything is possible. His works are, therefore, a variable geometry because they can be represented by one person or by many.
Le Théâtre n'est que du Cinéma | Theatre is nothing but cinema…
Théâtre Impossible | Impossible Theater
Lecture d'un texte pour le théâtre | Reading a text for the Theatre
Pièce à Conviction | Corpus Delicti for soprano, saxophonist and jealous woman (wife?)
Exercices de Frustration | Exercises in Frustration