Rodrigo Pérez is an actor, theater director, teacher and psychologist. He has been part of the Teatro La Memoria company since 1988, talking part in plays such as La manzana de Adán, Historia de la sangre and Casa de muñecas. In 1998, he worked for the municipal theaters in Cologne, Stuttgart and Esslingen in Germany. With his company Teatro La Provincia, he has directed plays including the Patria: Cuerpo (2005), Madre (2006) and Padre (2006) trilogy; Las brutas (2008); Violeta: al centro de la injusticia (2008); Diatriba de la Victoria (2010) and La viuda de Apablaza (2016). Over the last few years, he has acted in productions such as Realismo (2016-2017), Pompeya (2017-2018) and Los arrepentidos (2018).
Juan Radrigán was one of the most renowned playwrights in Chilean theater history. During his career, he wrote more than 40 plays with a strong social undertone, including Hechos consumados (1981), Balada de los condenados a soñar (1989) and Amores de cantina (2009). In 2011, he won the National Award for Performing Arts, an honor that joined other awards such as ones from the Art Critics’ Circle in 1981 and 1982, the Municipal Award for Literature in 1983, the Altazor Award in 2005, the Bicentenary Playwrighting Award in 2010 and the Sello de Excelencia Award in 2011 from the National Council for Culture and the Arts.