Lorenzo Gleijeses begins his carrier in theatre in 1991 with his father Geppy Gleijeses and Regina Bianchi and still very young he had the chance to work with directors such as Squarzina, Pugliese, Guicciardini, as well as with Geppy Gleijeses himself.
From 2000 to 2004 he experienced several different kinds of theatre pedagogies, working with international maestros such as Lindsay Kemp, Eimuntas Nekrosius, Yoshi Oida, Eugenio Barba, the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski, Augusto Omolù, Michele Di Stefano/mk.
The shows by Lorenzo Gleijeses have been performed at the most important theatre festivals and venues in Italy (among others Napoli Teatro Festival Italia, Festival delle Colline Torinesi, Le Vie dei Festival, Primavera dei Teatri, Short Theatre, Teatro Mercadante Stabile di Napoli, Teatro India di Roma, Teatro Stabile di Torino-Prospettiva '09, Out-Off and CRT in Milano) and Europe (among others Odin Teatret in Holstebro, Denmark, Prague International Festival). He has also directed workshops and seminars at several Universities and theatre venues such as Dams in Bologna and Torino, Teatro di Roma, Università di Ferrara, Mercadante Teatro Stabile di Napoli, Teatro Stabile di Calabria, Punta Corsara in Napoli.
Since 2009 he has been the creator and artistic director of Quirino Revolution MAD, an international festival which opened the historic theatre in Rome to innovation, theatre experimentation and research on the new languages of performing arts.