About me

Carla Solari is an actress, teacher and writer. She started her studies at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Buenos Aires graduating with the title of National Actress. Later she obtained  a bachelor’s degree in acting at the National University of Arts.


She continued her acting training with prestigious teachers like Ricardo Bartís, Miguel Guerberof and Rubén Szuchmacher; and internationally with teachers such as Yolanda Vázquez (Coach of the Shakespeare’s Globe in London) and Eduardo Vasco (director of the National Classical Theater Company in Spain).


She was awarded the prestigious Florencio Sanchez prize for “Female Revelation 2014” for her leading role in the play Fedra by Yannis Ritsos directed by Ana Fouroulis.

She performed in a large and diverse number of theater productions including:


Fantasma, written by Benjamin Benne and directed by Cat Rodriguez featured in the 40th Annual Playlabs Festival in Minneapolis, MN, USA

My soul is not rested, written by Cassandra Medley and directed by Aaron Todd Douglas featured in The Afro-Atlantic PLaywright Festival in Minneapolis,MN, USA

Diez Olvidos al Otro Lado de las Vías, written and directed by Federico Ponce

La Boda Argentina, written by Alejandro G. Ruffoni and directed by Federico Ponce

El Castigo sin Venganza, by Lope de Vega, directed by Francisco Civit featured in the 34th Almagro Classical Theater Festival  in Spain

Saverio el Cruel, by Roberto Arlt with direction by Carlo Argento

Ceremonia Enamorada, sonnets and plays by Shakespeare directed by Miguel Guerberof 

Van Gogh, by Pacho O´Donnel, directed by Daniel Marcove

Entretangos, by Carla Solari and Omar Berengeno with the direction of Omar Berengeno

Noche Extraviada, adaptation of texts by Cioran directed by Ricardo Bartís

Rumirbarropantano, by B. Cappa, C. Propato and W. Rosenzwit with their direction

El Rey Candol, by André Gide, directed by Daniel Ruiz 

Sintiendo Ser Mapuche, by Susana Puente with the direction of Adelaida Mangani

Yerma Entre el Deseo y la Culpa, based on texts by Federico García Lorca with the direction of C. García Mochales 

El Extraño Jinete, by Michel de Ghelderode, directed by Pablo Moseinco featured in the 10th Blumenau / Brazil University Theater Festival 

Rosalba y los Llaveros, by Emilio Carballido, directed by Pablo Moseinco

Circo por Tres, by Andrea Juliá, directed by Gastón Martelli 

La que Sigue, by Griselda Gambaro, supervised by Eduardo Pavelic

She adapted and directed Entrevero de Entremeses, a play based on two interludes by Cervantes with actors and actresses that graduated from her studio.

She also worked in popular soap operas like Consentidos, Lalola, Montecristo, Rebelde Way, Trillizos, and Chiquititas.

She published the books Miguel Guerberof en Escena (Miguel Guerberof on Stage) , Editorial Corregidor; La Voz Privada (The Private Voice), Grupo Editorial Sur and Stanislavsky en la Obra del Maestro Actor y Director Miguel Guerberof (Stanislavsky in the Work of Master Actor and Director Miguel Guerberof), Editorial Argus-a, Arts & Humanities.


In 1996 she launched a private acting studio in Buenos Aires and since then she has been teaching acting and has trained numerous actors and actresses. Additionally, she was a professor of  “Theater Arts and Sciences” at the J. F. Kennedy University in Buenos Aires.


She created and gave a series of workshops named “Techniques to Create and Improvise on Stage” in different institutions and theaters across Spain like the RESAD, Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático (Madrid), Teatro de Guiniguada (Las Palmas, Gran Canaria), Biblioteca Municipal de Arucas (Gran Canaria), Centro Cívico Municipal La Serna (Fuenlabrada, Madrid), La Íntegra Teatro (Malasaña, Madrid) and Teatro del Bosque (Móstoles, Madrid).

She worked as a narrator on the educational video “Historia del Teatro Argentino desde los Rituales hasta 1930”, for the INT (National Theater Institute), with the researcher Beatriz Seibel.


Since the beginning of the pandemic she wrote, acted and released on social media three different series of short episodes: The Quarantine Diaries, Interiors, and Arte, Cursilerías y Otras Yerbas.