Blanca Bardagil is a graduate in Stage Directing and Playwriting from the Institut del Teatre and has also trained at the Obrador de la Sala Beckett. She is co-founder of the company A4MansTeatre, with which she premiered her first plays as director and playwright. She has been awarded the Ciutat d’Alcoi Prize for Theatre for the play L’amant de Diògenes, co-written with Montserrat Mas (Ed. Bròsquil). She has premiered twice at the Sala FlyHard, with Satisfaction and L’ànima de la nit, and has collaborated several times with the same company. She participated in the 2nd Catalan Playwriting Tournament with the play 50%. She is co-author, together with Ferran Rañé, and director of the play Estúpids. She has written and directed different short plays at Microteatres and other venues. As a scriptwriter, she wrote the short film Without Milk and has formed part of the scriptwriting team for the first season of the series Cites on TV3.