Volumen 197, Gale Group Farmington Hills, Michigan, 2002
|Her plays have been published in English, French, Catalán, Italian and Czech, and performed in several countries.
Los Desorientados, an adaptation of her novel, offers a poetic-realistic treatment to young people problems and loneliness.
Un país feliz centers on the problem of Spain and Spanish people under the dictatorship of general Franco.
Soliloquio del Tiempo is a monologue by Time as a theatre character, in the universe. Un día loco is a monologue by a women that tryes to escape from daily reality.
La última letra focuses a writer and his persistent vocation.
El 9 presents a worker in a factory; he is no more a man but a number.
Cuestión de narices is a protest againts war.
Esta noche juntos, amándonos tanto is a story of selfishness and hate; therefore it tryes to exalt love.
Nada como el piso 16 criticizes bourgeois life and its ideals; a man renounces to love and looses his identity.
Historia de él is a critic of a rising dictator and of the government that supports him. Una mujer, dos hombres y un balazo is a parody that includes a melodrama, an absurdist play, a surrealistic one and a musical comedy.
Pequeña historia de horror (y de amor desenfrenado) is a distortion of soap opera and murder stories.
Una voz en el desierto. Vida de San Jerónimo is about the monk that did not want to be a pope and worked during 38 years in a Bethlehem cell, translating the books of the Old and New Testaments. We see the falling of Roman Empire as well as Jerome between young students, now a days.
Francisco de Asís and his generosity place us before intolerancy and selfishness of today’s world.
Jesucristo entre nosotros, Jesus Christ between us, in a bureau, a hospital, a jail ; Jesus Christ with jeans, now. Ignacio y los jesuitas is about a journalist of our century that interviews Ignatius of Loyola; the church inquired. 1910 is Mexican Revolution, the history at stage; before heros and traitors, the soldier killed at the battle.
-- Alarcón Prize to The Best Play of The Year, Mexican Critics Association, 1970, for Esta noche juntos, amándonos tanto .
-- News Horizonts Literary Circle Award, Managua, 1972.
-- Number Nine selected in The Best Short Plays 1973, by Stanley Richards, Chilton Book Company, Radnor, PA.
-- Festival of Manresa Award, 1974, for Cuestión de Narices .
-- Alarcon Prize to The Best Play of the Year, Mexican Critics Association, 1975, for Nada como el piso 16 .
-- Theater Crítics and Chroniclers Association Prize to The Best Play of the Year, 1975, for Nada como el piso 16 .
-- Alarcón Price to The Best Play of the Year, Mexican Critics Association, 1978, for Historia de él .
-- El Figaro Prize to The Best Play of the Year, 1978, for Historia de él.
-- Creative Investigation Prize to The Best Play of the Year, Mexican Critics Association , 1991, for Una voz en el desierto. Vida de San Jerónimo .
-- Theater Journalists Prize to The Best Play of the Year, 1991, for Una voz en el desierto. Vida de San Jerónimo .
-- Creative Investigation Prize to The Best Play of the Year, Mexican Critics Association, 1992, for Francisco de Asís.
-- Claridades Award, 1998, for “Distinguished contribution to Scenic Arts”.
-- Tennessee University and Theater Space 1900, Latin American Theatre Journeys dedicated in homage to playwright Maruxa Vilalta, 2001, Puebla, México.