Full Emotions loves live theater, and besides producing different plays in the US and Spain, it is the production company in charge of the international theater festival of short pieces the Brisk Festival with more than 250 participants in each of its cities.

What makes live theater so special? The human interaction between the players on stage and their audience. With our theater productions we multiply raw and creative energy with a diverse group of ensembles, directors and writers exchanging ideas and learning from each other.



The brisk festival is an International Theatre Festival that features short plays up to 10 min long. It was created in 2018 and it is produced by Full Emotions. It’s first edition was held at the Broadwater Main Stage Theater from July 11th until August 11th, with a success of participation (250 artists, 52 plays), and attendance (more than 2500 people).

The brisk festival believes in the magic and power that theater can bring to human beings. That’s why we like to celebrate our love for theater with wonderful and talented artists that want to share their stories with our audiences. Our superb list of short plays in competition are chosen after a long selection process that encourages any type of stories or artists (in the first edition there were more than 400 submissions).

Locations, dates, submissions calls and other information about the 2020 festival, will be announced soon.

More information at: 

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El Cuidadoror¡ Mom the car keys don’t go in the fridge! is a funny, honest, and deeply moving monologue, written and performed by celebrated Mexican actor Sergio Ochoa.

Ochoa’s fast paced one-man show is both a personal memoir and a tribute to his glamorous mother. Both tender and hilarious, Sergio Ochoa reminisces about his childhood as the son of famed Mexican comedic actress Leoorilda Ochoa, her remarkable life, and the challenges of juggling his career with his role as his mother’s caretaker, following her diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s Disease.

Past performances: 09.28/2019 – Margo Albert Theater – 2pm Spanish & 7:30pm English.