For Roberto Vidal Bolaño, Saxo tenor was a change of aesthetic and argumentative direction. With this play, Vidal Bolaño entered into the suburbs, into suburban life and what is surely more important, into another way of seeing individuals, much more related to their circumstances and much less capable of taking charge of their destiny. Despite being the playwright who most regularly premieres in Galicia, almost always with his company, Bolaño considers that Galician theater restricts the work of authors, new and old, every year, and that in this decision there is a mixture of circumstances, from conservatism to ignorance. Saxo tenor was a turning point in Galician theater. In many ways, it was an inauguration that had no continuity. The text of that production, however, survived as a dramaturgical reference.