César Enríquez is an actor, playwright, director and professor. His personal style is considered the inspiration and spearhead of cabaret theater in México. Dissidence, political satire, and physical and musical comedy combine in a refined but popular aesthetic, re-elaborating the old tradition of the theater of carp that has made him deserve to be a three time Scholar of FONCA in the category of Scenic Creator. César graduated from the Foro Teatro Contemporáneo of Ludwik Margules. In more than 10 years he has created more than eight works, among which are La Prietty Guoman, Por jodidos y hocicones mataron a los actores, Eunucos, castratis y cobardis, and Disertaciones de la Chingada which received remarkable reviews from critics. César has also participated in important national and international tours, representing México in renowned festivals such as El Festival Iberoamericano de Cádiz, in Spain, El Festival de Teatro de Donostia in San Sebastián, Festival Latino de Chicago DESTINOS, La Muestra Nacional de Teatro, El Encuentro de las Artes Escénicas, El Festival Internacional de Cabaret during six broadcasts, and the Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires. He currently writes and directs Las Hijas del Aztlán with the external company of the Teatro Penitenciario in the City of México. César was also a principal actor in the musical The Lion King, under the direction of Julie Taymor, in México.