Verónica Princesa

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Verónica Princesa

Written by
Alicia Dogliotti and Federico Roca
February 16 - March 2, 2024

Adults - $30
Seniors - $26
Students - $22
*This performance is suitable for ages 10 and up

About the Play

After Verónica and her mom have a huge argument about household responsibilities, she awakens into a magical world of fairytales. With the help of a shoemaker, she learns that a princess's life is not as fun as she thought it would be. Living in their shoes, she learns a valuable lesson: beyond the glamour lies a reality filled with hidden challenges. Verónica learns to appreciate the genuine, hardworking life her mom has built for her over the make-believe world of fairytale princesses. Workshops will focus on celebrating family through personal interviews with inspiring role models and students will create their own modern-day fairy tale.

Language note: this play will be performed in Spanish with English supertitles.


ALICIA S. DOGLIOTTI SCAGLIA was born in Canelones, Uruguay, and raised in Montevideo. She has a Bachelor’s from the Nacional Drama School, EMAD Margarita Xirgu, and a Masters in Hispanic-American literature and drama.

After returning to Uruguay she was elected General Secretary of the Actors Union from 1996 to 2003. At the same time, she worked as an actress, director, and dramatist in several productions.

In 2010, she founded Teatro Cuarto Creciente, which eventually became Medusa Teatro in 2015. Through Medusa, she participated in festivals, conferences, and workshops in Uruguay, Peru, Mexico, and Bolivia. And received many awards for her work, including the 2017 Florencio Award as National Author for her play Verónica Princesa in collaboration with Federico Roca, and the Calderon Award for her career and contributions to The Arts during the pandemic. She now serves as the Vice President of the International Federation of Actors (FIA) since 2021.


FEDERICO ROCA has premiered plays in Uruguay and abroad (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, USA and Spain, among others), and has been translated into several languages. He is the co-writer of the series “Charly en el aire”, whose two seasons (2009-2010) were televised by Channel 4 Montecarlo, in Montevideo, and also of some episodes of the series “Adicciones”, aired on Channel 12 (2011). He is the author of the children’s book “El chou de los lagartos”, published by Editorial Alfaguara. He has worked as a singing teacher and Pedagogical Coordinator at the Montevideo Musical Comedy School for more than a decade. In 2016 he was awarded the Florencio Prize, by ACTU (Association of Theater Critics of Uruguay), for the script of the play “Día 16”. He is the co-author of the script for the film “El sereno”, starring Gastón Pauls and one of his most recent works has been writing Veronica Princessa with Alicia Dogliotti.

Musical Composer

FERNANDO ULIVI  has composed and performed more than 60 songs for the stage, and is  currently one of the most sought-after musicians in the Spanish theater environment. Ulivi has had ten nominations for the “Florencio” award (recognition granted to theatrical activity by the Association of Theater Critics of Uruguay), and has received the award in 1996, 1999, 2000, and 2002.