Servando Anacarsis Ramos is a Mexican playwright and theatre director, born in 1996. Among his works like playwright stands out La esperanza de un bosque brotando de mi cadáver, directed by Martín Acosta (México City, 2018) Infierno Comprendido, after Kafka´s The castle, premiered under his own direction at the El Milagro Theater Emerging Theater Festival (México City, 2019), Eugéne Ionesco’s La Cantatrice Chauve, at the Casa del Lago UNAM, adaptation and direction, (Mexico City 2019.), La Herida y la Flecha: Requiem para no olvidarte, co-written with Marianella Villa and directed by Martín Acosta (Mexico City, 2019), Mi pequeño corazón caucasiano, after Brecht’s The caucasian Chalk circle, directed by Diego del Río (Mexico City 2020) and Zombis Comunistas written and directed on his own and premiere in Young Playwright Festival (Querétaro, 2020.)
Like theater artist he has a special interest in the way reality is captured by the mass media: pop songs, action movies, political speech, telenovelas, TV comercials and reallity shows. In some way he prefers to work with fictional products as raw material rather than with reality itself, being he is concerned about how fiction constructs ideology as a narrative, and how fiction creates social reality. He fights constantly so that his works are not all about theater or fiction itself, and he almost always fails.