Brazilian actress. Graduated in Performing Arts at UFRGS (Rio Grande do Sul Federal University). In 2010 was the lead actress on the HBO series called “Mulher de Fases”. In 2012 studied at the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, in New York. She participated on several plays and short movies in Brazil, winning the Kikito Award for Best Actress at Gramado Film Festival, for her role in the short movie “Um Animal Menor”. On TV, she worked with Emmy winner Fernanda Montenegro, playing her granddaughter on the series called “Doce de Mãe”, directed by Jorge Furtado, at Rede Globo. In 2018 participated on her second show at Globo TV, the series “Assédio”, directed by Amora Mautner. Inside VULCÃO [criação e pesquisa cênica] she performed the monologue “PULSE” about life and work of american poet Sylvia Plath and “THINKING GAME” from Clarice Lispector’s work. She is now preparing a new theater project called “ORLANDX”, inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novel, along with Paulo Salvetti and Vanessa Bruno. In 2020 Elisa can be seen on Netflix, in the series called “Bom dia, Verônica”.
Brazilian actress and movement director, studied at PUC University, in São Paulo and is a specialist in Klauss Vianna’s Technique (TKV). She has been developing a research on how to use the choreographer’s knowledge on actor’s work. Teacher at Nilton Travesso Drama School, in São Paulo. Livia has participated on the CPT (Centro de Pesquisa Teatral) leaded by Antunes Filho and on several plays in São Paulo as an actress. She has completed her master’s degree on Performing Arts at Escola de Comunicação e Artes of São Paulo University (ECA/USP).
Brazilian actor and producer, has a multidisciplinary education with Literature Degree and specialization in Art’s History at UEL (University of Londrina). Master’s degree in Visual Arts at UFRGS (Rio Grande do Sul Federal University). Paulo produces diverse cultural events in Brazil and performs as an actor in São Paulo. Paulo worked with the actor and director Lee Taylor, among others.
Brazilian actress. She was trained as an actress at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III. She participated on workshops at Grotowski’s Center of Art, in Poland and developed a research on Physical Theater at Odin Teatret in 2012. She studied theatre with Yoshi Oida, Hassane Kouyaté, Vilian Dočolomanský, Gey Pin and Danio Manfredini, among others. Rita performed in many plays as an actress in Brazil, France, Sweden, Denmark and Austria. She worked as Assistant Director for Anne Kessler, at Comédie Française (2014 and 2016) and also for Catherine Marnas, Director of TnBA (2008/2009/2010 and 2018). Inside VULCÃO [criação e pesquisa cênica] she performed in the monologues “THE PAIN” from Marguerite Duras’s book La Douleur. Rita is now finishing her master's degree on Performing Arts (Scènes du Monde) at Paris 8 University.
Brazilian actress and director. Master’s degree on Performing Arts at Escola de Comunicação e Artes of São Paulo University (ECA/USP). Since 2004 Vanessa is involved with CPT (Centro de Pesquisa Teatral) leaded by Antunes Filho, being responsible for acting classes. She studied theater with Yoshito Ohno, Juliana Carneiro da Cunha and Eve Bruce Doe (Théâtre du Soleil) and studied acting for the Stanislavski Method at the Russian Academy of Theatre GITIS, in Moscow. Since 2010 she develops a research on transposing literature to the stage. Vanessa has performed in many plays as an actress in Brazil, being directed by Antunes Filho and Roberto Lage, among others. Inside VULCÃO [criação e pesquisa cênica] she directed the monologues “PULSE” about life and work of american poet Sylvia Plath, “THE PAIN”, from Marguerite Duras’s book La Douleur and “WATERS OF THE WORLD” from Clarice Lispector’s work. Also conceived and directed “LETTERS TO AGNÈS” from the group ELAS das 5 às 7, about life and work of Angès Varda.