Gerard Guix / Montse Rodríguez IN RESiDENCE at the School Moisès Broggi

Montse Rodríguez is an actress and director. With a degree in Dramatic Art and a post-graduate certificate as a drama teacher from the Theatre Institute, she has acted in text theatre, puppet shows, dance theatre and visual theatre projects with Teatre Nu, Marta Carrasco, Santa Mandra, CorCia, Sèmola Teatre, Marc Angelet and Lluís Danés, amongst others. She directed Jordi Roca's Punxes a la sorra and Marc Artigau's Caixes (FlyHard Hall, 2015) and has also played acting roles in films by Ángel de la Cruz, Jair Domínguez and Sergi Prat and Lluís Danés. Moreover, she has spent fifteen years working as a drama teacher for children, young people and adults.

Gerard Guix is a novelist and playwright. He has received grants and awards from the British Council, The Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig (Ireland), the Farrera Centre for Art and Nature and the Institute of Catalan Letters. He has published the novels La deriva dels continents, Dia de caça, Tot el que hauries de saber abans d'estimar-me (XXI Pin i Soler Prize for Novel) and El cementiri, as well as the crossover fantasy trilogy El prodigi, L'enginy and El talent. As a playwright, his most outstanding works include Gènesi 3.0 (2006 Romea Foundation Prize for Theatrical Texts) and the trilingual shows U, Due, Três and ARCA, presented to great acclaim in Italy, France, Spain and Portugal. 

Montse Rodríguez and Gerard Guix have produced two shows in cooperation: Sóc una màquina (2008) and Ricard de 3r (2014). They are currently engaged in the creative process for #Like_Unfollow, a commissioned work on the theme of the use of the social networks by young people.

Biography written in 2015

School Moisès Broggi

In 2011, the Institut Moisès Broggi embarked on a profound transformation of the centre's educational programme, which is based on project-based work in which art plays a central role. Working in alliance with institutions in the surrounding area and in the city, such as the MACBA, the Sala Beckett and the Hospital de Sant Pau, among others, gives it a special dynamism.


Presentation updated in September 2023


Students 4th of ESO:
Xènia Barranco, Eloi Blasco, Sophie Byrne, Xiahui Chen, Micaela Chiribao, Jaume Clavero, Jhon Consuegra, Adrià Costa, Lince Del Giúdice, Emely Duval, Duncan Garcia, Anna Giribet, Romain Harion, Míriam López, Laia Méndez, Anna Navarro, Andreas Negru, Andrea Pérez and Vicky Ramírez

Estefania Figueras and David Arnaiz (education and visual arts)

Curation and coordination:
Sala Beckett / Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia

Directed by:
Culture Institute of Barcelona
Barcelona Education Consortium