Luis Sorolla (Madrid, 1989) is a playwright, director, actor and creator. With a degree in textual interpretation from RESAD, he is a member of the collective creation company Los Números Imaginarios and the company Los Precursores, of which he is director and playwright.
For his production company Esto Podría Ser, he has written Los Precursores (which he also directed), Leviatán (co-produced with Los Números Imaginarios), and El Terror. For Los Números Imaginarios, he has written Quijotes y Sanchos (with Gon Ramos and Carlos Tuñón), and Telémaco: el que lucha a distancia. For the CNTC, he has written El lugar y el mito: el engaño (with Luna Miguel and Paola de Diego), and adapted La gran Cenobia by Calderón de la Barca and En otro reino extraño (from texts by Lope de Vega).
He works assiduously as an actor, translator (including Un Roble by Tim Crouch, published by La Uña Rota), and playwright, and has created and taught the Play&Breakfast workshop for analysis and research into contemporary playwriting (Teatro de la Abadía, Pavón Teatro Kamikaze).
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