Yonder Window Theatre Company

Yonder Window Theatre Company is dedicated to enriching and exploring cross cultural and social relationships. Through the use of inter-disciplinary art we strive to explore community as culture to create innovative and relevant productions that speak to the elements of our humanity.

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Isaac Weisselberg

Isaac graduated from CasAzul Argos Artes Escénicas (Mexico City, Mexico) and co-founder of Los Insignificantes Co. and Expreso Teatral Co., he has played in Mexico in plays like Momotaro: El Niño Melocotón, La Guerra de los Pasteles, Killer Toilet, 5 de Noviembre, El Niño y El Quetzal, Ensayos Para 7, Luzefante, Desconexión, Fragmentos, El Momento de las Flores, Ópera Anita, Casi, Un Pueblo, Consumatum del Olvido, Bola de Sebo, and El Diván under the direction of Fernando Reyes, Ana Fernanda Freeman, Gisel Casas, Jonathan Huesca, Raúl Andrade, Erwin Veytia, Salvador Petrola, Karla Bourde, Claudia Ríos and Arturo Reyes. In New York he has played in Annie and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat with Danielle Rudess’s Company. He has also worked on cinema in projects like Magnífico, Ángel, Hermana Mía, and El Olorista Leonardo Nardo under the direction of José Luis Isoard, Ricardo González, Juan Walle, y Ricardo Saúl. Likewise, he has acted for publicity companies like Farmacias La Generosa, Maruchan Soup and Total Play. He has also worked as a voice-over narrator for the documentary of the exhibit Si Tiene Dudas Pregunte: Retrocolectiva de Mónica Mayer, exhibit placed on the Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC, UNAM in Mexico City). He has lit various plays in which it is possible to emphasize El Álbum (winner for Best Lighting in Microteatro Mexico) directed by Aleyda Gallardo, No La Vi Venir directed by Roberto Cavazos and Héctor Berzunza, Te Quiero Hasta La Luna directed by Anahí Allué, Sucia y Muy Chingona Historia de Amor of Ana González Bello and Manuel Calderón (directed by Aída del Río), A Espaldas Del Mundo y Revoluciones of Xavier Villanova, Deja Vú of Rodrigo Magaña,Todo por Marilyn of Reynolds Robledo, y Hora de Jugar (winner for Best Lighting in Microteatro Mexico)  y ¿Qué Pasó? Written by Juan Carlos Araujo and directed by Andrés Tena. Besides this he has also worked on production, direction, assisting direction and production in projects likeMomotaro: El Niño Melocotón of Moammar Yacantiuh, Ghost Love, El Niño y El Quetzal, Meztli: Sueño de Luna, Luzefante and WAR PIE of Karla Bourde, Los Negros Pajaros del Adiós of Oscar Liera, Doors Of Perception: Dance Theatre, and a happening named Consumatum del Olvido in the exhibit Participando en lo Justo: Recuperando la obra de Fanny Rabel in the Universidad Iberoamericana. He has written a few plays like LaVi (published in La Capilla Theater (Mexico City) under the guidance of Ximena Escalante, La Nave de los Locos, and Snakebite.