Biography of Inmaculada Alvear Valero de Bernabé (1960-VVVV)

Essayist, philologist, historian and Spanish researcher, born in Madrid in 1960. Dumped from his early youth on the study of humanistic knowledge, he/she studied in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where he/she graduated with the title of PhD in ancient history. After guiding their historical and literary research into topics related to the field of theatre, lent his collaboration in the volume entitled José Luis Alonso. Theatre every day; He/She has also taught and lectured at various forums related to the art of Talia, notably the Festival of Mérida in its call for 1988, where, as Rapporteur of the Menéndez Pelayo University courses, delivered the lecture titled "The Greek myth in Pasolini".

This constant dedication to the world of the scene led to Inmaculada Alvear, at the beginning of the 1990s, joined the editorial staff of the magazine ADE-theater, organ of diffusion of the Association of Directors of scene. Soon after, the Madrid researcher was part of the team coordinated by the director of the publication, Juan Antonio concrete, and responsible for the drafting of the monumental work entitled authors in the history of the Spanish Theatre (1500-1994) (Madrid: publications of the Association of Directors of scene, 1996-1997), in whose drafting were also scholars Fernando Doménech Rico theatre and theatrical authors, José María Echazarreta Arzac, happiness Santamera González, Vicente Hernando César and Carlos Rodríguez Alonso. Published in two thick volumes, this work constitutes one of the major contributions to the knowledge of the Spanish Theater of all time written by women.

Subsequently, Inmaculada Alvear has continued deploying intense criticism and research on theatre work, embodied in a catalogue of Argentine dramatic authors from 1965 to 1995, as well as editing an essay volume that deals with the study of these Argentine authors who have released their theatrical pieces in the last decade of the 20th century.