CAST

Vicky Rodríguez Cartagena.

Vicky Rodriguez Cartagena has participated in more than 30 plays. Since 1999, she has acted in several short films, including the feature film La Cáscara (The Peel) (2006). She worked in TV from 1995 to 2006 as a cast member of Plop!, Guau! (Wow), El show del Mediodía (The Noontime Show), Mañana será otro día (Tomorrow is Another Day), and Constructores (Builders). In 2012, she made her debut as a director. She won the Tabaré Award for Best Comedy Actress in 1997, the Iris Award in 1999, and the Children’s Florencio Award for best actress for her role in El Reino de Rada (Rada’s Kingdom). She was also nominated for Florencios in 2003, 2008, and 2009

María Elena Pérez.

Maria Elena Perez has participated in numerous shows with directors like Eduardo Schinca, Nelly Goitiño, Mariana Percovich, Jorge Denevi, Gabriel Calderon, and others since 1990. In 1997, she received a mention for "Best Actress" at the Florencio Awards. She has participated in various theater festivals inside and outside the country. In film, she played in Una forma de Bailar (A Way of Dancing) (1997) and received the Best Actress Award for her work at the Tabaré Awards. She was the leading actress of the TV series Rec (2012) and has worked with directors like Beatriz Flores Silva, Guillermo Casanova, Esteban Schroeder, Diego Arzuaga, Marcelo Piñeyro, among others.

Adriana Aizenberg.

Adriana Aizenberg, an Argentinian actress, has a long history in film, theater, and television. She began her work in theatre in 1960 and made her cinema debut in 1966. Until today, she has participated in a number of films, such as La Raulito (1975), Plata dulce (1982), Mundo Grúa (Crane World) (1999), El abrazo partido (2004), Derechos de Familia (2006), La vieja de atrás (2010), and El Pozo (2012). Since 1990, she has also participated in various television series, such as El mundo de Gasalla, Vulnerablas, Mujeres asesinas, Amas de casa desesperadas, Los cuentos de Fontanarrosa, and 23 Pares. She received a Diploma of Merit at the 2011 Konex Awards as one of the 5 best actresses of the decade in Argentina.

Eduardo Migliónico.

Eduardo Migliónico has participated in numerous plays with directors like Fernando Toja, César Campodónico, Ruben Yanez, Alejandra Marcellino Duffau, and Alejandra Weigle since 1988. He has also worked in television and film where he has participated in El dirigible (1994), Plata quemada (2000), Mala Racha (2002), Corazón de Fuego (2002), and Paisito (2008).





Ana Rosa.

Ana Rosa has accumulated a vast amount of experience, participating in over 50 theatrical and television series since 1970, while working extensively as a radio program announcer and host. Some major titles in her career include: Ana de los Milagros - El diario de Ana Frank- Agnes de Dios - El enemigo del pueblo - Galileo Galilei - Noches blancas - El Visitante - La Duda –Cabaret - La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Perdidos en Yonkers. She was distinguished with 9 Florencio Award nominations and won for her work in Juego de Gatos and Cabaret. She was also nominated for Best Actress for Lost in Yonkers in the first edition of the Channel 10 Búho (Owl) Awards. She has also received Iris and Tabaré Awards for her work in speech radio and hosting and radio announcement.

Mario Erramuspe.

Mario Erramuspe is a playwright, actor, and theater director. He has written several plays such as El viaje, La Espera, Crónica de un robo, Un amigo para Gardel, Entre Hadas y Duendes. In 1999 he directed the first play of his own, El Viaje. He has participated in more than 20 theater performances as an actor and in 1993 he began acting in film and TV. Among others, he has participated in Es tan fácil mentirle a los hombres (1993), La Misión (2002), La locura uruguaya (2003), Matar a todos (2007), Polvo nuestro que estás en los cielos (2007), Paísito (2008), Serie TV BPE (2010), TV series La sal y la vida (2012),La colina (2013).

Nicolás Pauls.

Nicolás Pauls is an Argentinian actor and musician. He made his debut in the film Buenos Aires and Vice Versa (1995) and started in TV in 1996 with the series 90-60-90, which was followed among others by Gasoleros (1998-1999), El Hacker (2001), Resistiré (2003), Sangre Fría (2004), Sou tu fan (2006), Casi Ángeles (2008), Ciega a citas (2009-2010), Alguien que me quiera (2010),Inconsciente colectivo (2012). He has participated in more than 20 films, including Bs.As. me mata (1997), Nueces para el amor (1999), Vacas gordas (2003), Rojo (2003), Hermanas (2004), Tres Minutos (2005), El salta de Cristina (2006), Paísito (2007), El Faldón (2009), Rouge Amargo (2010), Naturaleza Muerta (2012/2013), Amapola (2013), Anagrama (2013). He has also led various television shows and, as a musician, he has played in several bands, such as 4t º Spacio and Horizonte.

Adhemar Rubbo.

Adhemar Rubbo was part of the first graduated class from The Municipal School of Dramatic Art. Since then, he has worked continuously in theater, TV, radio, and film. He received a Florencio Award for a theatre performance for children and another one in 2011 for his performance in the Comedia Nacional’s production of El Inspector.