Andrés Lima wins the National Theater Award | Culture



The theater director Andrés Lima (Madrid, 58 years old) has been announced Monday as the winner of the National Theater Award, which annually awards the Ministry of Culture and Sports and is endowed with 30,000 euros. The award is given in recognition of a person or entity from the theater world that has stood out with a play or performance during the previous year.

The jury has proposed the award of this award to Lima "for his constant work of artistic research and search for new theatrical forms and aesthetics and his ability to encourage dramatic writing." He also highlighted "his social commitment and cultural activism, which lead him to promote collective creation projects that stimulate dialogue between artists and society" and "his ability to create cultural bridges within the whole territory."

Lima hhas won three times the Max Award, which is awarded every year to performing arts professionals from all over Spain. Among the works he has directed stand out The dishwasher (2012), Gloom (2010), Urtain (2008), Andronic Titus (2009), Algerian (two-master server) (2008), Marat-Sade (2006) and Hamelin (2005). In addition, among the last assemblies he has coordinated are Shock (The Condor and the Puma) (2019), for the National Dramatic Center, and The return of Nora (Dollhouse 2) (2018).

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