SIREN is named after the mythical creatures who lured sailors with their song, compelling them to throw themselves into the sea. Only Ulysses managed to resist their call, by plugging his crew’s ears with wax and tying himself to the mast of his ship. The work considers Ulysses’ desire that can never be fulfilled, and the Siren’s song as a source of creative impulse. The work does not retell the myth, or any story, but is inspired by its themes of longing, creativity, and, unexpectedly, solitude. Siren received a Villanueva Award from the UNEAC, The National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba, for one of the best performances presented in Cuba in 2018. The filmed and broadcasted version of the work was nominated for a Venice TV Award 2021.