Ruth Rubio (Punta Umbría, Huelva, 1989) graduated in Audiovisual Communication and finished her Professional Degree studies in the specialty of Violin, in Seville. She began her theater career in college, adapting and co-directing Crave by Sarah Kane at the Sala del Cachorro (Seville).
She later moved to Madrid and in 2016 she directed La Fundación by Buero Vallejo at La Pensión de las Pulgas, participating in the tribute organized by the National Library for the author’s centenary. In 2017 she directed Ella entre todas at Teatros del Canal, within the Talent Festival.
In 2019 she received the Romero Esteo Prize for her play Los Ignífugos, and she premiered her work Ponedle pantalones a la luna at Seville’s Teatro Central. She has developed the first phase of her Flama project at Teatro de la Abadía and she has recently been admitted to the Center Stage Project for professional women in the performing arts, funded by the EU Creative Europe program and led by Kultur i Väst (Sweden) and Theatre Forum (Ireland).
She currently works as director and playwright with dancer Abraham Iglesias on her project A body lands in nowhere, funded by the Government of Switzerland.