Rodrigo García

Born in Buenos Aires in 1964. As author, performer and director mainly active in Spain and France and Artistic director of the humain TROP humain (Théâtre des 13 vents) in Montpellier from 2014 to 2018. Studied marketing in Argentina. Emigrated to Spain in 1986, where he worked first as director and dramaturg and founded his own theatre company La Carniceria Teatro (Theatre Buchtery). His theatre work is known for its unique and extremely physical expression, that attacks with furious texts the audience as well as the Western civilization, e. g. in »Golgota Picnic« (2011), which was invited to the festival Foreign Affaires in Berlin. His dramatic work goes mostly without any stage direction to not interrupt the process of the scenery work. Other works are e. g. »Muerte y reencarnación en un cowboy« (2009), »L'Histoire de Ronald, le clown de Mac Donald's« (2011) and »4« (2015).


»I'd rather Goya robbed me of sleep than some arsehole« (2011)
»Notes from the Kitchen« (Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth, 2013)