DIrección Aliocha de la Sotta
Dramaturgia Isidora Stevenson

Country: Chile
Discipline: Theater
Duration: 50 minutes
Recommended: for +14
Language: Spanish, subtitles in English and French

It is Christmas in the nineties and a robbery at the O’Higgins Bank on Apoquindo Avenue in Santiago ends with eight dead. One of these is Hilda Peña’s son and, from then on, everything turns to sorrow.

A female testimony of something that happened beyond the official accounts, Hilda Peña is a personal tale of the transition to democracy. The play won the Breakout category when it premiered at the XVI National Drama Exhibition in October 2014.


Aliocha de la Sotta studied acting at the Fernando González Academy between 1991 and 1993. She then moved to Liège, Belgium, where she honed her skills at the Conservatoire Royal d’Art Dramatique and then, back in Chile, she graduated from ARCIS University. Among her most important work as a theater director are La mala ...


Isidora Stevenson founded La Nacional Theater in 2005 and directed Little Medea (2006), H.P. (Hans Pozo) (2007), Safe(2009) and Fábula del niño y los animales que se mueren (2012). In 2012, she directed Chicago-New York and Una plaza para la UPLA, Valparaíso at the XV National Drama Exhibition. As an actress, she ...


Dramaturgy: Isidora Stevenson | Direction: Aliocha de la Sotta | Cast: Paula Zúñiga | Integral design: Rocío Hernández | Music: Fernando Milagros | Translation: Constanza Brieba – Royal Court Theatre