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Sol Garre trained as an actress in Spain and has been teaching Chekhov technique since 1995. She is a senior lecturer of acting at the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Madrid. Her research “Towards a Poetic Body: Michael Chekhov and the Psychophysiological Paradigm of Acting” was awarded an MA with Distinction in 2001 at Exeter University (UK). Her practice-as-research PhD further explored Chekhov’s teachings and techniques within the context of training professional actors in Spain. She is founding member of Vértico, a non-profit association aiming to provide actors opportunities for training and research. She is also member of MCE and collaborates in the association’s International Training Program. In 2016, she published the Spanish edition of Joanna Merlin’s Auditioning: an actor friendly guide. Her new project A Certain Sense of Reality investigates an actors’ way of perceiving and imagining.