Jaime Lorca is an internationally famous actor, playwright and theater director, at the end of the eighties he founded and was part of La Troppa with Laura Pizarro and Juan Carlos Zagal. Their productions include the famous plays Pinocchio, Lobo and Gemelos. He has won the Altazor award twice (in 2000 and 2004) and has toured the world with several of his pieces. His current company is Viajeinmóvil, with which he has explored puppet theater. He is director of the Bellas Artes Amphitheater, the only specialist venue in Chile dedicated to object and puppet theater.
Viajeinmóvil is a group of actors, musicians, theater designers, designers, producers and technicians dedicated to the study and creation of theater. Led by Jaime Lorca, the company focuses on creating performing arts shows based on animated theater, touring Chile and the world. Since its creation in 2005, Viajeinmóvil has created seven shows with a common denominator: the use of puppets, object animation and mobile sets. Their artistic research is focused on actors’ relationship with puppets and objects and on the different and infinite theatrical possibilities that this combination offers. Otelo, Chef and Guillever make up part of this company’s outstanding repertoire.