Miguelangel Estellano (1979) has a degree in dramatic arts with a mention in stage direction from the Bolivian Catholic University (2009).
As Cultural Manager, he was co-director and programmer of Espacio Alternativo, Bolivian theater platform (2013 2015); Founder and Co-Director of El Desnivel Espacio Escénico (2009-2019).
He was a professor of interpretation at the Municipal School of Art, La Paz (2013-2017). He collaborated as a professor at the National Theater School in Santa Cruz de la Sierra (2009-2011). And development in the Desnivel the project of professionalization of theater groups “path towards our theater” (2011-2015).
Artistically he collaborates permanently with the companies: Textos que Migran, La Oveja Negra, Teatro la Cueva, La Compañía Impresentable, and is director of the company Scene Porcina.
Miguelangel Estellano won The Peter Travesi Award for Best National Actor of the year (2015), won the Costa du Rels prize for dramaturgy for the play Xiao Xian (2019), won The Peter Travesi Award for best work Xiao Xian (2020).
In cinema, Miguelangel Estellano works as an actor in: Averno by Marcos Loayza (2018), Olvidados by Carlos Bolado (2014), Sealed Cargo by Julia Vargas (2016), Era se una vez en Bolivia by Patrick Córdoba (2011), Also the Rain by Icíar Bollain (2010).
As a theater director and producer, Miguelangel works on: Ash Wednesday (2019), Thanatologies (2019), Xiao Xian (2018), Bárbaros (2016), Copi (2014), La Muerte del general (2009), Variación a Lorca (2006). Also, he produces the original music of the works: Xiao Xian, Barbaros, 1 Ulrike yelled.
In theater, his latest works as an actor are the performances in: Tamayo (2015), Radio Paranoia (2014), My very private messianic festivals (2009), The letters of the cape (2010), In leather (2003); Los totó (1996), among the most outstanding.
He has training in puppet techniques, clown, acrobatics and mime. He also works as a technician in the design, operation and lighting of stage shows. He is currently in the seventh semester of a film career at the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (UMSA), Bolivia.
At the moment he is working on the production of the long documentary Achachilas – www.achachilas.com