“Virginia Woolf’s intelligence is limitless. I think normal people never quite reach her. She always hides something else between the lines.” These words by Clara Sanchis summarize her experience on stage, representing one of Woolf’s best-known texts for almost five years. A room of my own It premiered at the Kamikaze theater in Madrid in 2016, and since then it has passed through three other Madrid stages and dozens of cities within our borders. Its aim is to continue touring: the next stop will be in May at the Zaragoza Market Theater. And the news is, without a doubt, that the interest in the representation of the essay text that Woolf published in 1928 has not only not waned during this time, but it has been growing, selling out tickets even before the opening day, as this happened. same month of March at the Sala Beckett in Barcelona. Despite the fact that Virginia Woolf died 80 years ago and that her text can be easily found in any bookstore.