Pau Miró IN RESiDENCE at the School Moisès Broggi

Pau Miró a Catalandrama

Pau Miró (Barcelona, 1974) is an actor, playwright and director. He graduated as an actor from the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona (1998) and has trained as a playwright in various seminars at the Sala Beckett taught by Carles Batlle, Sergi Belbel, Xavier Albertí, José Sanchis Sinisterra and Javier Daulte, among others.

His most recent works as a playwright and director are Cyrano, an adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand (Festival Temporada Alta, 2017), Un tret al cap (Sala Beckett, 2017), Filla del seu pare (Teatre Lliure, 2017), Victòria (TNC, 2016), Terra Baixa, a play for Lluís Homar (Festival Temporada Alta, 2014) and Dones com jo (Teatre Romea, 2014).

He also wrote Adiós a la infancia (a play based on Juan Marsé’s most important novels, directed by Oriol Broggi at the Teatre Lliure, 2013) and Els jugadors, which he also directed (Festival Temporada Alta, 2011, and Teatre Lliure, 2012). He won the 2012 Butaca Prize for the Best Play for Els jugadors, which has been translated into Italian, English, Greek and Spanish. In addition, it was performed at the Teatro Piccolo in Milan in 2013, where it was acclaimed by the public and critics alike and won the prestigious Ubu Prize for the Best Foreign Play.

During the 2008-2009 season, La trilogia animal had its first performance, a play that he wrote and directed and which won the Crítica Teatral de Barcelona Prize for the Best Play. In 2004, his play Plou a Barcelona was premiered at the Sala Beckett, directed by Toni Casares. This play has been performed internationally in Italy, Portugal, Britain, Canada and elsewhere.

Biography made in 2018

School Moisès Broggi

Following the residencies of Gerard Guix and Montse Rodríguez, Jaume Pitarch and Big Bouncers, the school is participating in IN RESiDENCE for the fourth time, on this occasion with a group of pupils in the second year of compulsory secondary education.


The Institut Moisès Broggi embarked in 2011 on a major shift towards project-based compulsory education in which art is of great importance. Its efforts in alliance with local institutions such as the MACBA, Sala Beckett and Hospital de Sant Pau, among others, give it a special dynamism. 


Students (2nd ESO)
Florin Andronic Darius, Judit Casino Beltrán, Jeremy Cedeño Intriago, Alba De la Cruz Blasco, Nuria Gallardo Cuartiella, Roger Losada Bartrina, Alexandra Moral Castañeda, Núria Muys García, Greta Ortuzar Gómez, Leyre Pineda Solsona, Anna Sala Figueres, Natalia Suárez Chiribao, Irina Tunyk Llauradó, Edgar Aguadé Nadal, Laura Delgado Martín, Maia Giannakos Graells, Marc Gómez Pàmies, Tomàs Jiménez Rodríguez, Aina López García, Daniel Puig Garrido and Arnau Pujal Enrich

David Arnaiz 

Curation and coordination
La Sala Beckett / Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia 

Institut de Cultura de Barcelona
Consorci d’Educació de Barcelona

Residence tied at Barcelona Ciutat de la Literatura UNESCO