“Fábula de un Hombre y la Gente” (“Fable of a Man and Other People”)

Incidents in the life of XXX, his confrontations with the realities of his family, and his efforts to cope with a hostile and ruthless society. Battered and traumatized, XXX manages to survive after many misfortunes, thanks to his healthy instincts and the hope for love.

“El Viaje de Lucifer” (“Lucipher’s Journey”)

Don Juan, Faust and Lucipher, melted into one character, faces new existential dilemmas. Somehow, the play leads him through a different path, with a totally unexpected finale.

“Banquete Feroz” (“Ferocious Banquet”)

People everywhere, despite the world’s enormous technological progress, have been left without food. A family of actors tries to survive in its own way, in a cannibalistic, increasingly cruel atmosphere, never losing hope for a new beginning.

“Fowl Play”

(Libretto in Hebrew and English, for the opera with the same title, with music by Raymond Goldstein, inspired on a short story by Bernard Malamud.)
This is the startling story of a Jewish bird, who seeks refuge in the home of a Jewish family. Not really intending to, he influences their daily rutine, provoking unvoluntary confrontations which endanger his life. This seems to be a comedy, but then again it might not necessarily be so. More details

“Carvajal. El testamento de Joseph Lumbroso” (“Carvajal, The Testament of Joseph Lumbroso”)

A drama inspired on historical facts and characters, as recorded by the Mexican Inquisition, and by the clandestine Jew Luis de Carvajal (the Younger) (1567-1596), self called Joseph Lumbroso, who becomes the main character of the play. Persecuted by the Inquisition, and after unspeakable sufferings and tortures for maintaining the faith of his forefathers, he dies at the stake in an infamous Auto da Fe, in Mexico City, together with a large number of his relatives and friends. More details

“Se acabó la joda” (“The Fun is Over”)

Dramatic musical collage about Jewish life in Argentina, since the arrival of the first “Jewish gauchos”. With subtle, sometimes biting humour, the play depicts characters and problems of the different Jewish immigrant waves, as well as their historical and social circumstances, inevitably touching upon highly sensitive issues and present day calamities.