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Bed Stories (6 ways to stop smoking)

Juan Pablo Heras

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 Age of characters
3 Adult
 Original language

Did the police dream about riot gear sheeps? Would the world survive to a minister saying the truth? Does your despotic boss wish in secret to be punished by you for being a bad boy? Bed stories (6 ways of giving up smoking) is a wicked and cruel comedy which invites to find out what these and those lovely characters may hide in the most personal place: the bed, and yes, there is sex, of course.

Available translations: No

Performed: Yes
Performed date: 2006
Performed place: Teatro Tarambana (Madrid)
Other performed: None

Award: None
Other awards: None

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About playwright
Spanish Nationality. Juan Pablo Heras is a doctor and has a degree in Literature Theory and Compared Literature and Hispanic Philology. He started writing in the 90’s while he was studying at the University. At that time, he has written Guardo la llave (I Keep the key) and la Noche de Casandra (Cassandra's Night) Since then, he has developed a wide career as a playwright. He has a total amount of 12 plays (long and short forms), 5 of them awarded with relevant prizes in Spain and he stayed for a year in Rome thanks to the Spanish Academy of Rome. At that moment, he wrote one of his best plays: Todos los caminos (All roads). His plays have been published in Spain, USA, Italy or Argentina and translated into different languages like English, Italian, Portuguese, Greek and even Dutch. As a playwright, he writes in collaboration, makes adaptations like La Sonrisa Etrusca, Jose Luis Sampedro's play starring the beloved Hector Alterio in 2011. He teaches writing and he is member of the Board of  Spanish Authors Association (AAT). During the last years, Juan Pablo continued developing his career as a playwright and teaching literature in a High School in Madrid where he is also directing its theater company. He directed with them one of his awarded plays: De Fábula in the María Guerrero Theater (Spain Ministry of Culture) and won the second prize: Premios Buero de Teatro Joven, the most important youth prize in Spain.