A theater director, actor and singer. He is also director of the La Patogallina company and lead singer with the bands La Patogallina Saunmachin and Patricio Cobarde. He was nominated for an Altazor award for the play El húsar de la muerte, which has toured Europe, Latin America and India. He directed the documentary Guerrero invisible, which was presented at the Guadalajara International Film Festival. He is co-founder and co-director of the Teatro del Sonido street theater company and co-director of the Chilean street theater festival, FITKA. He has taken part in festivals in France, Spain, Switzerland, Holland, India, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
La Patogallina is one of the most important artistic groups in Chile. With a history spanning more than 20 years, their ample experience is marked by reviving popular street theater, developing a style that involves copious amounts of acting, sound and visual energy. Throughout their artistic history, the group has aimed to tackle relevant topics, mostly related to the history of Chile. Since 1996, they have participated in festivals in France, Spain, Switzerland, Holland, India, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia and the Dominican Republic, bringing to the stage unforgettable shows including A Sangre e Pato and El Húsar de la Muerte that have positioned them as one of the most active companies in South America. The company was founded in 1996 by Rodrigo Rojas, Eduardo Moya, Sergio Pineda and Martin Erazo.