Ana Francis Mor graduated from Foro Teatro Contemporáneo in Mexico City and has directed plays such as La noche en que raptaron a Epifanía, Titus Andrónicus at the Cervantino Festival, Código Shakespeare, Silence Isn’t So, which opened at The Kitchen in New York City, and Para soñar que no estamos huyendo, which she wrote and directed for the CDMX Muestra de Artes Escénicas. She is a member of Las Reinas Chulas, a Mexican cabaret collective founded in 1998.
Who Wants to be Ophelia? I, Sappho
Who Wants to be Ophelia? I, Sappho is a cabaret conference-show that seeks to create a reflection on the many problems of gender inequality in Mexico. This production criticizes the essentially patriarchal nature of Mexican art, by proposing a narrative from a non-sexist, egalitarian perspective.