PAVEL ORTEGA Xalapa, Veracuz (Mexico) Actor, playwright, draftsman and puppeteer. Between 1995 and 1998 he worked as a manipulator of puppets in television programs "The Club of the Galaxy" (TVMAS) and "Facts of teddy Veracuz" (TV AZTECA). Since 1999 he lives in Barcelona, Spain, where he has built puppets for the productions such as "Dream of a Summer Night" (prize xarxa 2000) by William Shakespeare and the show "Chefs" of the puppet company Teia Moner (www.teiamoner.com ). He has also worked for the company "T de Teatre" with the play "Aixo is not life", he has studied mask and comedy of art with maestro Andreij Lepartzki and interpretation with maestro Ricard Boluda both teachers of the "Institut del Teatre" of Barcelona . He has studied visual theater with maestro Joan Baixes, former director of the "Puppet Festival and Visual Theater of Barcelona", with whom he has collaborated in the assembly for the "Fòrum de les Cultures Barcelona 2004". Pavel Ortega is the director and founder of his own puppet theater company: "MUFFIN PUPPETS" www.muffinpuppets.canalblog.com). Among the works he has written and directed, which currently has billboards are: CONILLS (RABBITS) Released in the agora of the city of Xalapa Veracruz in 2001 with original music by Sebastian Guigui. ALÍCIA THROUGH THE MIRROR (Alicia atrave del mirall) by Lewis Carroll, adapted by Pavel Ortega, with original music by Beatriz Feliu, premiered at the children's theater exhibition in Catalonia 2004. BUSH JUNIOR CONTRAATACA Premiered at the Llantiol café-theater in March 2005 receives very good reviews: "Titeres con cabeza, the most critical show in Barcelona does not speak about the Estatut" (Rolling Stone Magazine # 73, Spanish edition) THE PLANET OF THE FRIKIS Premiered at the Antic Teatre in Barcelona in May 2007 TITIRI-ROCK Released in "the show of ninots of Lleida" in May 200 Pavel Ortega is a member of the collective "Bulubus" formed in the "Puppet Workshop" of Pepe Otal and has participated together with this in the "International Puppet Festival and Marionettes of Bilbao "in the Basque Country and in" Galicreques International Puppet Festival "in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia.