Cris Miró (1965-1999) is today considered a symbol of the fight for the rights of people transvestite and transgender. Her performance in the theater under in the 1980s and her rise to the her popularity in the 90s transformed her into a pioneer of the current rights in terms of sexual diversity. This article, prepared by who collaborated with her in those years, presents the work in progress of a trilogy made up of The staging of a theatrical show, Publishing a book, Making a Photoshow. From the general address by Jorgelina Belardo, who accompanied Cris Miró in her first steps through the theater, the project was based on an ethical and aesthetic model of praise of diversity.
Key words: Theater | photography | transsexuality | transvestism