Venezuelan puppet company founded in 1986 in Caracas by the puppeteer, actor and storyteller Iván Hernández Rojas and Mayella Landaeta. Joining the company over the years are Milagros Figuera, Carlos Vega Maldonado, Carlos Sandoval, Angélica Trotta and Carlos Nieto, under the direction of Iván Hernández-Rojas.
Jueghoy-Teatro de Títeres (also Jueghoy-Teatro, today known as Jueghoy-Teatro Dinámico) creates multidisciplinary and experimental work with different forms of dramatic performance. Its puppetry mixes glove puppets, string puppets, rod puppets, object theatre, and black (light) theatre. Audience participation is often a key element of Jueghoy-Teatro performances. The company runs workshops in puppetry, mask making, body language, games and play, theatre for children, youth and adults. In recent years, it has ventured into the art of body painting and has participated in several editions of the World Body Art Festival.
Among its performances are Ruidos (Noise, 1994), Ni lo uno no lo otro (Neither One Nor the Other, 1996), Tricolor, un juego (Tricolour, a Game, 2000). The company has participated in national and international festivals such as in Canela (Brazil, 1992), Matanzas (Cuba, 1996), Mexico (1991), and Lahore (Pakistan, 1994 and 2000). Jueghoy-Teatro Dinámico has participated in various cultural programmes organized by museums and art galleries as well as other public and private institutions in Venezuela.