Carla Zúñiga Morales

Carla Zúñiga Morales is a playwright, director, actress, and theater educator, holding a degree from the University ARCIS. She was invited by the British Council to participate in the second edition of the Royal Court workshop held in Chile between 2016 and 2018, a workshop conducted in conjunction with Argentina and Uruguay. With over thirty premiered works, including «Sentimientos» (Feelings), «Historias de Amputación a la Hora del Té» (Amputation Stories at Tea Time), «La Trágica Agonía de un Pájaro Azul» (The Tragic Agony of a Blue Bird), «Prefiero que me coman los perros» (I Prefer to Be Eaten by Dogs) (Awarded Best Playwriting by the Critics' Circle in 2018), «Yo también quiero ser un hombre blanco heterosexual» (I Also Want to Be a Straight White Man) (Award for Best Literary Works of the Year 2019), «Un montón de brujas volando por el cielo» (A Bunch of Witches Flying Through the Sky) (Awarded Best Playwriting by the Critics' Circle in 2020). She was the co-founder, alongside director Javier Casanga, of the former company La Niña Horrible (The Horrible Girl). She has worked as an educator at the University of Chile, Universidad de las Américas, Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Universidad Mayor, and Instituto ARCOS. Her texts have been translated into English, French, Polish, and German. Her works have been staged in Argentina, Spain, England, and Mexico. She was the artistic director of the twentieth edition of the National Playwriting Showcase.


Performing in

In a jointly conceived reading marathon, they will ask themselves: What is truth? In short texts written especially for this event, they will pose this question in their own individual ways and from different perspectives - and perhaps even answer it.

Was ist Wahrheit? (What is truth?)