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Sebastián Eddowes-Vargas is a playwright and director born in Lima, Perú. His work has been presented in Brasil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Perú, the UK and the USA. Of all the plays he has written, his favorites are Hasta que choque el hueso (with Mario Zanatta), Una historia de (poli)amor, El Rancho de los Niños Perdidos and Can the Peruvian speak?. He has two unproduced plays looking for a home. He usually writes about queerness, migration, and coloniality. Most of his plays are comedies, though. He has worked as dramaturg for artists such as Eric Ting, Mildred Lewis, Tirso Causillas, Laurie Woolery and Laura Goodenow.

Sebastián Eddowes-Vargas - Wounds of the City