This production by Viajeinmóvil gives us a Frankenstein who is a mixture of humor and torment in a highly visual and audio show.
This theater adaptation of the novel Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus by Viajeinmóvil gives us a Frankenstein who is a mixture of humor and torment in a highly visual and audio show. The production swings between what is divine and what is earthly, circling the issue of human existence and how this can be a cruel and irreversible sentence.
This creation promises to be an experience for the senses, giving new meaning to the story of the experiment that aimed to investigate the limits between life and death and that made the name of Dr. Victor Frankenstein famous. It is based on the tale written more than two centuries ago by Mary Shelley when she was 19 and that tells of the creation of a being using parts from different corpses.
By Viajeinmóvil |Directed by: Jaime Lorca | Assistant director: Emilia Lara | Adapted by: J. Lorca and A. Allende | Performed by: Alfredo Allende| Musician: Juan Salinas | Costume design: Loreto Monsalve | Puppets: Tomás O’Ryan | Set and lighting design: Eduardo Jiménez | Produced by: Karla Sandoval
Founded in 2006 when it created its first piece, Guilliver, Viajeinmóvil is known for a type of creativity based on object and puppet theater. With more than ten shows to date, the company works directing and managing the Bellas Artes Amphitheater, a place where theLa Rebelión de los Muñecos Theater Festival is held each year. They also have a headquarters-workshop in Santiago, which they use as a center for research into animated theater and which is open to the community and to artists who specialize in this type of creation.