Paula Sacur is a somatic and theatrical researcher, performer and teacher of contemporary dance. She has performed with several dance companies, including Grupo Espiral, Jose Vidal & Co. and Elizabeth Rodríguez. In 2003, she won an Altazor award for Best Dancer for Pichanga by Jose Vidal. She has also carried out theatrical research pieces such as Costamarfil (2007-18) and Living Paradiso (2008-11). She currently runs the program to qualify as a Somatic Movement Teacher (SEM) at BMC ® (Body-Mind Centering) in Brazil.
Ernesto Orellana is a director, playwright, teacher and theatrical researcher at the University of Chile. He’s a CUDS (Utopian Group of Sexual Dissidents) activist and director of the Teatro Sur Company and the Eskuela Itinerante de Teatro group. He’s the creator of transcenism, a style that perversely mixes together several different types of theater with political ends. He has researched political theater, action arts and activism based on political violence and Latin American sexual dissidents. His plays have been performed in Chile, Germany, the United States and Cuba, where his play Inútiles won the Villanueva award from critics for Best Foreign Show in Cuba in 2017.