The Miguel Rovisco – New Theater Texts Prize is awarded annually and was created as an incentive to write original texts in Portuguese, in the theater area.
Raquel Serejo Martins is an economist with postgraduate degrees in Economic and European Criminal Law and in Advanced Legal Studies and a tax inspector.
It has on paper the novels “A Solidão dos Inconstantes” (2009) and “Pretérito Perfeito” (2013), five books of poetry – “Aves de Fogo” (2016), “Subúrbios de Veneza” (2017), “Os invincíveis” (2018), “Indoor Plants” (2019), “Silic Salic” (2020) – and wrote the play “I’d rather be in Philadelphia” (2019).
This 3rd edition of the award was attended by 74 texts, which were judged by a jury made up of Diogo Infante, Cláudia Lucas Chéu and Maria Carneiro.
The Miguel Rovisco Prize – New Theater Texts is awarded to authors of unpublished texts, has a monetary value of 2,500 euros and requires a book edition and presentation of the show at the Teatro da Trindade INATEL.