Jesús Urqueta is an actor, academic and theater director. He is the director of Teatro Versión Oficial, a company that tackles subjects and political events that have occurred in the last 40 years in Chile. With them, he developed the Chile: pentalogía teatral fragmentada del bicentenario project, directing the productions H (honor), Ele (la oficina) and C (civil) and also writing the last two. He has also worked as an independent director on plays such as Taská (2013), Prefiero que me coman los perros (2017) and Cuestión de principios (2018). He’s a professor at several universities and theater schools.
Carla Zúñiga is an actress, director, playwright and teacher. She studied as a playwright under Juan Radrigán and took part in the Royal Court Theater in Latin America’s workshops, an initiative involving the Teatro a Mil Foundation and institutions in Argentina and Uruguay. She has put on productions of more than a dozen scripts, consolidating herself as one of the most interesting voices on the Chilean theater scene. Founder of La Niña Horrible company, Zúñiga has no qualms about using her creations to laugh at certain Chilean bad habits - such as social climbing, discrimination or appearances - in order to show the existence or breakdown of mediocrity in the current system.