Yohayna Hernández González was born in La Habana, Cuba in 1983. She works as a dramaturge, critic, professor, cultural agent and editor for »Tablas«, a magazine focused on the art scene in Cuba and is the coordinator of Ibsen Lab. Between 2006 and 2013 she taught history of Cuban theatre at the Faculty for Dramatic Arts at Senior High Institute of Arts. Her interests are new dramaturgies und the contemporary art scene in Cuba. As a dramaturge and consultant she is involved in numerous artistic endeavors, for example Loneliness Tryptic in 2010, The milk an blood lady in 2011, Keep your kids from drinking in 2013, Family Trash. Absence choreography in 2015 and BaqueStritBois in 2016. In 2007 she received the Cuban critics’ award Mario Rodriguez Aleman and in 2012 she was given an international Henrik-Ibsen scholarship.