Pablo Fidalgo Lareo         pablofidalgolareo@hotmail.com

Pablo Fidalgo is a stage creator, writer, and curator of performing arts.

He has premiered the theatrical works O estado salvaxe. Espanha 1939 (2013) and Habrás de ir a la guerra que empieza hoy (2015), the latter of which was named the best theater piece of the year by the newspaper Público (Portugal). These works, along with the book Mis padres: Romeo y Julieta (Pre-textos, 2013), form part of a research project on history and memory through personal and family biography. In 2017 he premiered Daniel Faria (Teatro Nacional Dona María II, Lisbon), in 2018, Anarquismos. Por el centro de la habitación corre un río más claro, and in 2019 his most recent production, premiered at Academia de España en Roma, Qualcosa nascerà da noi.

He has published the poetry collections La educación física (Pre-Textos, 2010), selected by El Cultural magazine as one of the five best books of poetry published in Spain in 2010; La retirada (winner of the Premio Injuve, 2012; Artesequienpueda Ediciones, 2014); Tres poemas dramáticos (Ediciones Liliputienses, 2015); Esto temía, esto deseaba (Pre-textos, 2017); and Crónica de las aves de paso(Rialp Ediciones, 2018; winner of a secondary award from the Premio Adonáis). In 2019 he published Parangolé (Chan da Pólvora), Anarquismos/Daniel Faria (Papeles Mínimos), and Qualcosa nascerà da noi (Publicaciones de la Real Academia de España en Roma). He has written the stage texts Só há uma vida e nela quero ter tempo para construir-me e destruir-me (Ciclo Panos, Culturgest, Lisbon, 2015) and Allez mourir plus loin (HTH, Montpellier, 2016). His texts for the stage are compiled in the books Autobiografía de mi generación (MARCO, Vigo, 2014) and Tres poemas dramáticos (Ediciones Liliputienses, 2015).

He has curated performing arts series for MARCO (Vigo) and Alhóndiga Bilbao. Since 2015 he has been the artistic director for the Festival Escenas do Cambio organized by Cidade da Cultura (Santiago de Compostela).