National Theatre Company
Director: Luis de Tavira.
Created in 1977, the National Theater Company is a group of artists, promoters, and specialists in performing arts which aims to create a balanced, dynamic, and encompassing theater repertoire within the following guidelines: Universal dramatic art, Mexican theater, and New theatricalities,
combining the most recent dramatic art in dialogue with international artistic creation.
Conformed by a stable cast, the Company shares a common language, technique and poetics which provide it with new ways to approach theater, seeking to consolidate its social task, as well as to promote and develop premium projects to strengthen the cultural identity of the communities they work with.
Its repertoire is conformed by plays such as Easter, by August Strindberg; Le soleil ni la mort ne peuvent se regarder en face, by Wajdi Mouawad; Egmont, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Edip en colofón, by Flavio González Mello; El trueno dorado, by Ramón María del Valle-Inclán; Engdame, by Samuel Becket; Horas de gracia, by Juan Tovar, Nathan der Weise, by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Ser es visto, by Luis de Tavira and Stefanie Weiss; Zoot Suit, by Luis Valdez; Le Malentendu, by Albert Camus and The Cherry Orchard by Antón Chejov, among others.