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Esubio Lazaro

Esubio Lazaro

Esubio Lazaro began his training as a stage actor at the Teatro de Carmara. y Ensayo of Cartagena. He graduated into directing with an adaptation of John Steinbeck's Burning Bright for which he won an award at the Festival of University Theatre in Murcia. He subsequently moved to Madrid and then to England before returning to Spain to continue his stage career. His involvement in theatre in both production and as an actor took him on tour through South America with Woyzeck by Büchner and to Berlin for research on the works of Bertolt Brecht. He directed and performed Power and Villainy at the National Theatre in Madrid (CDN) before setting up his own theatre company.

In 1983 Lázaro set up the first theatre co-production with England, through the British Council and the Spanish Ministry of Culture, with Shakespeare's "Richard III, in which he played the title role directed by Clifford Williams, associate director of the RSC. Lázaro has continued to produce, direct and perform in numerous stage productions including Coriolanus, Devotion of the Cross, Medea, Othello, The Comedy of Errors, and The Trojan Women while continuing his acting in television and cinema.

His film directorial debut was The Clarinet, which won the Golden Spike award at the International Film Festival of Valadolid (Spain).


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Esubio Lazaro Facts

OccupationActor

Selected Filmography

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