O Mundo Perfeito has been fighting the forces of evil since 2003, the year when it was born in a kitchen of a two bedroom suburban apartment in Amadora. The company’s name translates the irony of a critic way of regarding the present and the idealism of an optimistic behaviour towards the future. It is also a name that makes people smile, for whatever reason.

Organized around the artistic work of Tiago Rodrigues, who shares the direction with Magda Bizarro, Mundo Perfeito is recognized for the quality of its work and also by the continuous attempt at innovation and reinventing itself. Besides producing Tiago Rodrigues' work, this small company is also known for it’s work with new authors, as well for the spirit of collaboration with portuguese and international artists. In the field of dramaturgy, Mundo Perfeito organized the project “Urgências”, that resulted in three shows and presented more than twenty new texts of portuguese authors. Recently, in "Hotel Lutécia", Tiago Rodrigues staged texts by some of Portugal's foremost authors alongside with new texts by such international artists as Tim Etchells or Nature Theatre of Oklahoma. At the level of collaboration with international artists, stand out the performances “Berenice”, in co-production with the Belgian company tg STAN, “Yesterday’s Man”, by the lebanese artists Rabih Mroué and Tony Chakar with Tiago Rodrigues and the project “Estúdios” that since 2008 gave origin to several new performances and has promoted the collaboration of Portuguese artists with those of Belgium, The Netherlands, USA, Congo, France, Croatia, Brazil or Norway. With more than thirty productions, Mundo Perfeito has presented its work in theatres and festivals in countries such as Portugal, France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Lebanon, Brazil and Singapore. Mundo Perfeito has also been the cradle for upcoming artists in the last few years and will continue to produce emergent performance makers.

Among other recent works, the performances “If a window would open” (nominated for the Performance of the Year Prize by the Portuguese Author's Society), "Sadness and joy in the life of giraffes" and "Three fingers below the knee" (awarded fo Best Theatre Show of 2012 by the Portuguese Author's Society and awarded with a Golden Globe of Best for Best Theatre Performance 2012 by the portuguese TV Channel SIC) stand out for its originality and for a permanent search of new ways to fight the forces of evil.