She graduated from Seville University with a degree English Philology and later studied Interpretation at the William Layton Laboratory in Madrid, where she worked as an assistant in courses on Directing.
As an actress she has worked professionally since 1985. She entered the Abbey Theater the year it was founded, under the direction of José Luis Gómez, and was a member of the cast of the Retablo de la Avaricia, la Lujuria y la Muerte de Valle Inclán from its premiere until 1996. That year she began to perform with the La Cubana company in the play Cegada de Amor.
She combined her work as an actress with that of stage direction and later theater writing. In 2005 she began her career as a playwright with the premiere of her work Chicas. That same year she wrote Levante, a text that was awarded the Leopoldo Alas Mínguez Prize in 2008. Between 2006 and 2008, she participated in a project by Adolfo Simón in which Wounds was generated, a dramaturgy between five authors about gender violence. Other works of hers include: Mothers (2009); Proyecto Expreso (2009), which won the XXXVI Tirso de Molina Award in 2010; Clara (2011); Sovereign (2013); Monsters (2013); Two men without importance (2014); The Sphere That Contains Us (2015), which was included in the CDN’s programming in 2017. Compás de Espera,
She has also been a member of the editorial board of the theater magazine, Primer Acto since 2012.