The IV version of FIBA Chile included three outstanding international plays: Constanza muere by Ariel Farace (Argentina), The Tiger Lillies Perform Hamlet by Martin Tulinius (England/Denmark) and País Clandestino by Maelle Poesy and Jorge Eiro (Argentina). A total of six shows were put on to a total audience of 3,500.
The third version of FIBA Chile included some big names from contemporary international theater in Australia, South Africa and Argentina. The plays included were Ganesh versus the Third Reich by Back to Back Theater; a radical version of Macbeth by Verdi, directed by Brett Bailey; Querido Ibsen: soy Nora by Griselda Gambaro, directed by Silvio Lang and Mi hijo sólo camina un poco más lento (una pieza croata) by the Croat Ivor Martinić, directed by Guillermo Cacace.
This version was presented by Banco Edwards|Citi, the Teatro a Mil Foundation and the Las Condes Municipal Theater with the collaboration of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires and the IX edition of FIBA. The program was made up of four plays: Interiors performed by the British company Vanishing Point, directed by Matthew Lenton; Traición by Harold Pinter, directed by the Argentine Ciro Zorzoli; Sonata de otoño, based on the film by Ingmar Bergman and directed by another Argentine, Daniel Veronese and Delirio gaucho, a musical theater piece directed by Fabián Luca. A total audience of 6,400 watched the performances.
The first version of FIBA Chile was held at the Las Condes Municipal Theater and included four shows involving music, opera and theater from France, Spain, Germany and Argentina. More than 3,000 people went to watch singer-songwriter Estrella Morente; Hamlet by Thomas Ostermeier; Una flauta mágica by Peter Brook from England and La familia argentina, written by Alberto Ure and directed by Cristina Banegas.