Lito Cruz (born May 14, 1941) is a prominent Argentine stage director and motion picture actor.
Eugenio Zanetti (born in 1949) is an Argentine dramatist, painter, film set designer, and theater and opera director. He won an Academy Award for Best Art Direction in 1995, for the film Restoration.
Valeria Constanza Archimaut (born January 14, 1972), known as Valeria Archimó is an Argentine theater dancer, supervedette, choreographer and theater creative director. She is known for participating in many dance competitions, including the Second Dance World Championship in which she ended in 3rd place alongside her dance partner, Juan Leandro Nimo. Archimó is also known for her work and is many times compared with fellow supervedettes, Adabel Guerrero and Mónica Farro.
Norman Briski (born January 2, 1938) is a well-known Argentine theatre actor, director and playwright, as well as a noted cinema and television actor.
Antonio Gasalla (born March 9, 1941) is an Argentine actor, comedian, and theatre director.
Osvaldo Dragún (May 7, 1929 Entre Ríos, Argentina –June 14, 1999 Buenos Aires, Argentina) was a prominent Argentine playwright and theatre director. Director of Cervantes Theater.
Tito Capobianco (born 28 August 1931, in La Plata, Argentina) is a noted stage director of opera.
Roberto Cossa (born November 30, 1934) is a prominent Argentinian playwright and theatre director.
Osvaldo Oreste Guidi (born in Máximo Paz, Argentina on 10 March 1964 – died in Buenos Aires on 17 October 2011) was an Argentine cinema, theater and television actor, a dramaturge and theater director. He committed suicide by hanging.
Inda Ledesma (March 29, 1926 – January 26, 2010) was an Argentine stage, television, and cinema actress who also gained prominence as a theatre director and instructor.
Alejandra Boero (December 9, 1918 – May 4, 2006) was an Argentine theater actress and director born in Buenos Aires.
Victor Garcia (1934–1982), was an Argentine award-winning theatre director.
Carlos Gorostiza (born June 7, 1920) is a prominent Argentine playwright, theatre director and novelist.
Antonio Cunill Cabanellas (August 27, 1894 - February 18, 1969) was an influential Spanish-Argentine playwright, theatre actor, director and instructor.
Sergio Renán (30 January 1933 – 13 June 2015) was an Argentine actor, film director, and screenwriter.
Benito Gutmacher (Buenos Aires, 13 February 1950) son of Jewish Polish immigrants, is an actor, author and theatre director. In 1971, he went to Paris where he presented his one man show "Le cri du corps". Since then, he has been acting for more than 30 years in many European theaters and festivals.
Hugo Midón (February 27, 1944 – March 25, 2011) was an Argentine children's literature writer, theater director and actor. He graduated from the Theatre Institute of the University of Buenos Aires. Among the plays he staged were Cantando sobre la mesa, El imaginario, Narices and El gato con botas. Midón won numerous awards during his career, including the Premio de la Asociación de Cronistas del Espectáculo and the Premio Nacional del Teatro.
Carlos Gandolfo (March 27, 1931 – January 12, 2005) was an Argentine stage actor and director.
María Guerrero Torija (April 17, 1867 - January 23, 1928) was a prominent Spanish theatre actor, producer and director.
Gustavo Monje (born 8 June 1971) is an Argentine stage actor and director. He has also had minor roles in films like Burnt Money (2000) and Arregui, la noticia del día (2001), but his work is mainly in stage. In 2005 he appeared in Stephanie.
Juan Carlos Gené (6 November 1929 – 31 January 2012) was an Argentine actor and playwright. He was president and secretary general of the Argentine Actors Association, managing director of Canal Siete and managing director of Teatro General San Martín.