Direction Teatro y su Doble
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Discipline Puppet theater
Duration 50 minutes
Recommended for +14
Language Spanish, subtitles in English and French
Venue Theater (100 to 600 spectators)

A man and woman meet for the first time in the line at the movie theater. Both have visible physical deformities, are alone and have lived their whole lives being stared at. Inevitably, they realize they have something in common and that they are ‘made for each other’. Together, they decide to go in search of the light behind the darkness, although nothing is quite as it seems.

Inspired by the story La Noche de los Feos by Mario Benedetti and with the playwright Guillermo Calderón, Feos is the latest production by Teatro y Su Doble (formerly the Milagros Theater) which, after its successful premiere in December 2015, is back at Santiago a Mil. As in its previous plays, puppets and animations are the main characters in the story, although this time the performance is for adults.

Co-producers Fundación Teatro a Mil.


Teatro y su Doble was formed in 2005 as the Milagros Theater to experiment with and create new theatrical styles and different theatrical tools. They used puppets from the very beginning, with these eventually becoming their tool of choice instead of actors. The puppeteer replaces the actor and is an invisible presence at the beck and call of these inanimate objects, creating what is eventually called theater in miniature between them. Inanimate objects convey emotions, bringing scripts to life because of the audience’s willingness to believe. The company has already performed two outstanding works, Sobre la cuerda floja and Feos, the last two co-produced by the Teatro a Mil Foundation.


Guillermo Calderón is a playwright and director who has written and directed Neva, Diciembre, Clase, Villa, Discurso, Escuela and recently Mateluna in Chile. His productions have been performed in more than 25 countries and he was asked to premiere the plays Beben and Kussen at the Dusseldorf theater, as well as being invited to stage English versions of Neva, Villa and Discurso at venues such as the Public Theater in New York, Center Stage in Los Angeles and at the Edinburgh International Festival. His most recent international premieres have been Goldrauschenel, performed at the Basel Theater in January 2017 and B at the Royal Court Theater in London, which played between September and October 2017.He co-wrote the movies Violeta se fue a los cielos by Andrés Wood and El club by Pablo Larraín, winner of the Silver Bear at the 2015 Berlin Film Festival. He also wrote the script for Neruda, directed by Pablo Larraín.


Written by Guillermo Calderón, inspired by the story La Noche de los Feos by Mario Benedetti | Directed by Aline Kuppenheim | Puppeteers Aline Kuppenheim, Etienne Bobenrieth, Ignacio Mancilla, Catalina Bize, Gabriela Diaz de Valdés | Produced by Loreto Moya | Voices Francisco Melo, Roberto Farías, Aline Kuppenheim | Lighting José Luis Cifuentes, Raúl Donoso | Sound and projections Benjamín Ortíz, Tomás Arias | Staging Cristián Reyes | Lighting designer Arnaldo Rodríguez, Cristián Reyes | Original score and soundtrack José Miguel Miranda | Set, costume and lighting designer Aline Kuppenheim | General producers Aline Kuppenheim, Santiago Tobar, Ignacio Mancilla, Antonia Cohen, Vicente Hirmas, Daniel Blanco P. | Costume designer Muriel Parra, Felipe Criado | Costumes Lissette Figueroa, Marcela Gebauer | Director of Photography Arnaldo Rodríguez | Electricians Peter Urzúa, Jorge Suazo | Animations Aline Kuppenheim, Antonia Cohen, Camila Zurita | Post-production Luis Salas, Renzo Albertinni | Financed by FONDART | Produced by Teatro y Su Doble (formerly the Milagros Theater) | Co-produced by the Teatro a Mil Foundation

Only available for producers and cultural managers interested in supporting the circulation of this show.

Travel crew 9 people
Rooming list 3 doubles and 2 singles
Autor Royalties 10% of the box office. ATN is the agency in charge of collecting author royalties.

Andrés García