Luis Martín Solís Reynoso, from León, Guanajuato, Mexico, is a theater director. Founder of Teatro Mito, he has directed many different plays, among them: El pozo de los mil demonios (1992), La Legión de los Enanos (1995), La verdadera venganza del gato Boris (1997), and Kasperle o las fantasmagorías del doctor Fausto (1999), by Maribel Carrasco; ¿Quien ha visto a mi pequeño niño? (2003), by Suzanne van Louhizen; Como el Dr. Jekyll y Mr. Hyde (2003), video-dance with Erika Torres; Los ciegos (2004), by Maurice Maeterlink, Otelo o la mecánica de la intriga (2005), based on the play by William Shakespeare; Galaor (2006), by Hugo Hiriart; El señor de las moscas (2007) by William Golding. Some of his musicals include: Como los huesos (2001) with Horacio Franco and Mecano sonoro (2005). He has also done the operas: Antonio Vivaldi’s Il Giustino (2004), Gilbert and Sullivan’s Los piratas de Penzance (2007), and Víctor Rasgado’s El conejo y el coyote (2007), with Italy’s Icarus Ensamble. Some of his works have been performed in Canada, Switzerland, and Colombia. As a theater researcher he has published anthologies for theater magazines Máscara, and Paso de Gato, and the books: Teatro para títeres, El teatro y la Escuela, and Interdisciplina Escénica II. He was awarded a cultural exchange fellowship by the governments of Mexico and Canada. He has taught numerous workshops in Mexico, and internationally. He is also a recipient of Mexico’s Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte (National System of Artists).