Susana Torres Molina
is a writer, playwright, director and theatrical researcher who has worked
successfully on fiction, screenplays, dramatic works, musicals, movie
shorts, poetry and in radio.
Her prolific pen is behind
Extraño Juguete, A Otra Cosa Mariposa,
Espiral de Fuego, Amantissima, Canto de Sirenas, Paraíso Perdido, No sé
tú, Nada Entre los Dientes, Cero, Derrame, El Manjar and other works.
Several of her plays have premiered in New York, Washington, D.C., Rio de
Janeiro, Madrid, London, Mexico, Montevideo and Caracas. Her writing has
been translated into English, Portuguese and German. In 1981, on the heel of
many other prizes, the Argentine Association of Actors honored her with the
First Meeting of Young Theater Award, citing her broad-based participation
in theater festivals and national and international meetings. Her tireless
dedication has put her among the great names in theater.