In 2001 the theatre company PuntMoc is born, entirely about physical theatre, gestural and absurd humour. Founded by four of the Boada brothers, actual writers and actors. Since its beginnings, the Boada brothers have realised four shows of long duration, both for street and closed stage, while they have created animations and sketches of different themes, holding the possibility to have them personalised, cut and measured to one’s preference, personal vision and upon request. All of PuntMoc’s works are of their own creation with original ideas, scripts and interpretation. In year 2002 they created their first show, “La calle de las zapatillas” (The street of slippers), a street show with incorporated juggling techniques and acrobatics. In 2004 one of the brothers, Pau Boada, quits the company, which until present day remains a trio, formed by Guillem, Juli and Héctor.
In 2009 PuntMoc presents its first stage show, MARÔNIA, jointly with folk music group Bauma. The recipe is composed by gestural theatre, live music and plenty of humour. With this show the company toured in many theatres, stages and summer festivals, largely embraced both by the public and programmers. In the year 2010 the show “Don’t worry, be dead…” debuts, a documentary street show with a more cynical and critical sense of humour. This show toured during the summer, all through the Iberian peninsula, including part of Portugal. In 2012 “GAGSonTRIX” debuts, with Rakel Ezpeleta’s participation in the role of director. This show is presented in many theaters, national and international festivals, such as International Mime Festival of Chuncheon, in South Corea and Mimoff Festival in France. In year 2013 the show wins three prizes in the Theatre Demonstration of Barcelona: Best Show, Best Actor (equally divided) and Prize of the Public. They are also awarded with the Best Actor prize (equally divided) at the International Festival of Noctivagos.