José Pérez-Ocaña

Jose Perez-Ocaña is an actor, trained at the Institut del Theatre and in Javier Galitó-Cava´s Meisner Technique program. He has also developed his improvisational skills in companies such as Planeta Impro (Impro-Show, Impro-Fighters) and Impro Barcelona (Societé improvisé), of which he is one of the founders. In the theater he has been seen in “El llarg dinar de nadal” (“The Long Christmas Lunch”) (Butaca Award 2015), and “No apostis pels anglesos” (“Do not bet on the English”) (Villarroel Theatre), among others. He also works as a teacher and has been assistant director to Marta Buchaca (Litus, Losers) and Mercè Vila-Godoy (“L’any que ve serà millor”–“Next year will be better,”) among others.


Roger Batalla

Born in Terrassa, he graduated in Translation and Interpretation from UAB and completed his studies with a Masters. He settled in Barcelona where he studied drama at the Escola Nova Eòlia and singing at Vocal Factory. As a translator, he has worked in the ​​Publishing Services Area of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Government of Catalonia, and with the magazines Gramophone and What Hi-Fi, and has translated several literary and informational texts for various publishers. He has specialized in adapting musicals into Catalan, most notably, Big Fish, The Addams Family, Avenue Q and The Rocky Horror Show. As an actor, he has been involved in the films Mil Cretins, by Ventura Pons, and Vlogger, by Ricard Gras (Sitges Film Festival 2011), and series like El Barco, Pop Rápid, and El Ramon de les Olives. In theater, he appeared in The Wild Party (La Festa Salvatge), the monologue El Cor Delator (The Telltale Heart) by E. A. Poe, No Hi Ha Bosc a Sarajevo, and La Conferència de Wannsee. At the same time, he works in advertising and dubbing.


Daniel M. Jacobs

Daniel began his theater studies at secondary schools in the southeast of England, participating and / or directing various school productions. Having finished his degree and after twenty successful years as a “social worker” for the local government, he moved to Barcelona, where he rediscovered his passion for theater, fashion, writing and direction. Since 2007 he has participated in several theater productions in English in addition to other performances such as car commercials, events, television, video, musicals, etc. Daniel is co-founder of an English language theater company (ProjectB) with which he has performed in Barcelona and Sitges since 2012. He has hosted the program The Double D Show, LiveAtFive for the radio station: BarcelonaCityFM.

Alexandra Morales

Began her artistic studies as a dancer through the courses of the Royal Academy of Dancing. Training in lyrical and musical song in a particular way. From 1990 until 2006 she has been singing professional in various formations and with her own jazz quartet. She began her teaching activity in 2000 combining with her artistic activity. She has been a vocal coach of different choirs, including Cor Carlit. From 2006 to 2016 she has been Certified Master Teacher at Estill Voice Training. She is a teacher, director and founder of Vocal Factory. Vice-president of the Catalan Association of Cant Professors. Assistant professor of the courses of Robert Sussuma. (Vocal Learning Systems).