Mónica González Pérez


Pseudonym: Mónica Sueiro
Category: Actress and director
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 Curriculum

EDUCATION
Three-year degree in Modern Languages Education, University of Santiago.
Degree in Psychopedagogy, University of Vigo.
 
THEATRE EDUCATION
2008: “Crónicas de una creación escénica contemporánea” by Alfredo Rodríguez and Olga Cameselle, ESAD.
2007: “Acrobacia y lucha escénica” by Lauren Atanes and “Interpretación delante de la cámara” by Xosé M. Esperante and Luis Avilés.
2005: “La memoria de los sentidos: Stanislavski” by Elena Seijo and Fina Calleja, “Curso de zancos” by Avelino González, “Construcción de máscaras” by Jesús Costa, “De la exhibición a la creación”, conference on theatre organizad by Sarabela Teatro and “Estudio de un personaje” by Isabel Úbeda.
2004: “Las líneas de la construcción: Stanislavski, Grotowsky y Meyerhold” by Fernando Dacosta, “Teatro Xestual” by Elliot, Festiclown and “Los colores de la voz” by Jesús Marco.
2003: “En busca de nuestra identidad cómica” by Leo Bassi and “El humor en la narración oral” by Cándido Pazó.
2002: First Conference on Theatre: “Diez años del Teatro Principal en Ourense”, “Iniciación al Teatro Físico” by Avelino González, “Curso de Bufón” by Eric de Bont, Festiclown and “Curso de Clown” by Jango Edwards, Festiclown.
2001: “A Palabra Escénica” by Vicente Fuentes and “Iniciación a la puesta en escena” by Ánxeles Cuña.
2000: “Curso de Iniciación al Clown” by Good Idea Company, Festiclown, “Curso de Dramaturgia” by Ánxeles Cuña and “Entrenamento actoral” by Fina Calleja, Elena Seijo and Sabela Gago.
1996-1998: “Curso de Dramaturgia” by Ángeles Cuña, “El teatro gallego en este siglo” by Begoña Muñoz, “La construcción del personaje” by Fina Calleja, “La improvisación” by Elena Seijo, “Interpretación” by Suso Díaz, “Teoría y estética teatral” by Marifé Bolaños, Jesús G. Maestro and Ángeles Cuña, “El ritmo, el impulso, el teatro danza” by Elena Seijo, “Los mecanismos de la voz. En busca de resonadores” by Fina Calleja, “La expresión corporal” by Suso Díaz, “La voz” by Elena Seijo and “La improvisación” by Sabela Gago.

 Work & Activities

STAGINGS
2008: Production assistant in “Crónicas de días enteiros de noites enteiras” by Xavier Durringuer, directed by Alfredo Rodríguez and Olga Cameselle, A Factoría Teatro and Disque Danza.
2007: “Ifixenia en Áulide” by Eurípides, directed by Charo Amador, Arela das Artes and “Os Barballocas” (Puppets), Mekané Didáctica.
2006: “Antaviana” by Pere Calders and Jaume Sissa, directed by Damián Contreras. Balea Branca.
2005: “¿Onde foron os xoguetes?”, written and directed by Tegra Vázquez, Teatro Mutante.
2004: “Pilleite Carrapuchiña” by Carles Cano. Director: Tito Asorey, Teatro Mutante and “O Merlo Branco” by Cándido Pazó, directed by Fina Calleja and Sabela Gago.
2003: “O Despertar”, based on ‘Despertar en primavera’ by Frank Wedekind, directed and written by Fernando Dacosta. Maricastaña.
2002: “Comida” de Matin Van Veldhuizen. Director: Tito Asorey. Teatro Mutante.
2001: “Vodas de Sangue” by Federico García Lorca, directed by Fernando Dacosta. Maricastaña.
1999: “Fronteiras”. XUVE 99 Special Prize to the best work written in Galician, Moucusabru Teatro.
1998: “No tempo do crepúsculo”, adaptation to ‘Crímenes ejemplares’ by Max Aub, directed by Fernando Dacosta, XUVE 98 2nd Prize, Maricastaña.
1997: “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, directed by Fernando Dacosta, XUVE 97 1st Prize, Maricastaña.
1996: “Terror e Miseria na nación poderosa” by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Fernando Dacosta, XUVE 96 2nd Prize, Maricastaña.
1995: “Ubú Rei” by Alfred Jarry. Director: Fernando Dacosta. XUVE 95 1st Prize, Maricastaña.
1992: “O sangue do tempo” by A. G. Pintado, directed by Ánxeles Cuña, Maricastaña.
 
DIRECTED STAGINGS
2009: “Lorqueando Paseniño”, scenes of works by Federico García Lorca, ¿Non Si? Teatro, “Arribada do descubrimento” by A. Sierra and “Arribando en Baiona” for the presentation of the ‘Festa da Arribada’ in FITUR.
2008: “Guía Teatralizada” for the Tourist Day in Baiona, Teatro do Grilo, “Como Gustedes” by W. Shakespeare, ¿Non si? Teatro and “Arribada do descubrimento” by A. Sierra.
2007: “Guía Teatralizada” for the Tourist Day in Baiona, Teatro do Grilo, “Pic-Nic” by Fernando Arrabal, Gzcrea 1st Theatre Prize 2007, ¿Non si? Teatro, “O Principiño”, a version of the novel by Antoine de Saint Exupery, Teatro dos Garabatos and “Arribada do Descubrimento e Anunciada da Arribada” by Avelino Sierra, Festa da Arribada.
2005: “Maktub”, based on “O Alquimista”, the novel by Pablo Coello, Muxícas ONCE, “En Alta Mar” by Slawomir Mrozek, Teatro do Grilo, “O soño dunha noite de San Xoán” by William shakespeare (Finalist ‘Na Vangarda’ 2005), Teatro do Grilo and “A illa de Nunca Xamáis”, free version of ‘Peter Pan’ by James M. Barrie, Os Garabatos.
2004: “Romeo e Julieta” by William Shakespeare (‘Na Vangarda’ 2nd Theatre Prize in 2004 and accesit for the best direction), Teatro do Grilo, “Isto é Troia” by José Salamanca, Os Garabatos and “Zafarrancho Desclowtrolado”, street action for the Corpus Christi Festivities in Ourense, Teatro do Grilo.
2003: “Momo”, an adaptation of “Momo” by Michael Ende, Teatro do Grilo and “Solicitante” by Harold Pinter, Teatro do Grilo.
2002: “Ubú no outeiro” by Alfred Jarry, Teatro do Grilo. 
2001: “O Mestre” by Eugene Ionesco, Teatro do Grilo and “A Cincenta”, a version of Cinderella by Perrolt, Os Garabatos.
2000: “Európolis”, a play for children written and directed for a campaign at school, organized by the OMIC, Moucusabru Teatro and “O Pobo de Pedra”, written and directed for the Carmen Festivities in Marín (Pontevedra).
 
COSTUMES DESIGN
2008: “Razóns de peso” by Clara Gayo, directed by Anabel Gago, Pinguela Teatro, “Como Gustedes”, ¿Non si? Teatro and “Brand” by Ibsen, directed by Carlos Ossorio. Cámara Negra.
2007: “Pic-Nic”, ¿Non si? Teatro.
2005: “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley, adapted and directed by Fernando Dacosta, ‘Na Vangarda’ 1st Theatre prize in 2005, Maricastaña; “¿Onde foron os xoguetes?”, Teatro Mutante, “En Alta Mar”, Teatro do Grilo and “O soño dunha noite de San Xoán”, Teatro do Grilo.
2004: “Tótem”, based on “O señor das moscas” by W. Holding, written and directed by Fernando Dacosta, Maricastaña, “Pilleite Carrapuchiña”, Teatro Mutante and “Romeo e Xulieta”, Teatro do Grilo.
2003: “O Despertar”, Maricastaña and “Momo”, Teatro do Grilo.
2002: “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury, adapted and directed by Fernando Dacosta, Maricastaña and “Ubú no outeiro”, Teatro do Grilo.
2001: “Vodas de sangue”, Maricastaña.         
2000: “Conto de inverno” by W. Shakespeare. Director: Fernando Dacosta. Maricastaña.
1997: “Hamlet”, Maricastaña.
1996: “Terror na nación poderosa”, Maricastaña.
1995: “Ubú rei”, Maricastaña.

 Other Interesting Aspects

Director and teacher of the Theatre Room of Baiona and founder of ¿Non Si? Teatro.   
Coordinator of the first and second Edition of ‘Baiona a Escena’.
Teacher of Theatre in ‘La Artística’, Vigo (2006-2008).
Teacher of Theatre in the Youth Centre of Ourense and founder of Teatro do Grilo and Os Garabatos (2000- 2005).
Teacher of Theatre from 2004 to 2005 in the ONCE and director of Muxicas ONCE.
Coordinator of the four editions of the Theatre Week in the Youth Centre of Ourense (2002-2005)