Recipient of awards for Best Actor from FEMSA 2011 and APCA 2011 for his role in “Around the World in 80 Days”.
In France, he studied physical theatre, puppet manipulation and circus techniques. In Brazil, Bruno has specialized in aerial techniques and has studied clowning. He has worked with the directors; Carla Candiotto, Cristiane Paoli Quito, Miriam Druwe , Kris Niklison, Rodrigo Matheus and Mark Bromilow.
He has worked in pertnership with Circo Mínimo, Linhas Aéreas, Circo Zanni, Núcleo Artérias, Circo Fractais, Circo Vox, Acrobático Fratelli, Circo Nosotros and the Central do Circo.
Ricardo has worked with the directors; Carla Candiotto, Cristiane Paoli Quito, Debora Dubois, Adriana Grechi, Kris Niklison, Antonio Abujamra, Francisco Medeiros, Hugo Possolo, Janô, Jairo Matos, Rodrigo Matheus, Sandro Borelli, Mark Bromilow and Naum Alves de Souza.
Every performance is an invitation for the audience to free their imagination and to share in the playful and quirky world of the characters; their encounters, their conflicts and their adventures.
Tour of 38 cities in Brazil with “Homens de Solas de Vento”, through the Palco Giratorio program (SESC network)
Seasons in Municipal theatres of São Paulo and SESC Pompeia with “Around the World in 80 Days” and “Memória Roubada”.
Premiere of “Memória Roubada” at the São Paulo Cultural Centre, through the ProAC ICMS program 2012. In partnership with Cia. Linhas Aéreas, Companhia do Polvo and Les Deux Mondes (Canada). The production won the CPT 2013 award for Best Visual Project and was nominated in the categories Best Direction and Best Show in a Conventional Theatre.
Participation at the SESC SP International Circus Festival (CIRCOS) with “Homens de Solas de Vento”.
Seasons of “Around the World in 80 Days” at Teatro Alfa e SESC Ipiranga.
Tour of regional São Paulo with “Around the World in 80 Days” through ProAC ICMS 2011.
Tour of regional São Paulo and Teatro Cacilda Becker (SP) with “Homens de Solas de Vento”, through ProAC ICMS 2011. The production was nominated by FEMSA 2012 (first semester) in the categories Direction, Set Design and Best Actor (Ricardo Rodrigues)
Seasons of “Around the World in 80 Days” at Teatro Alfa, Teatro Folha and Teatro Ancieta.
Premiere of “Around the World in 80 Days” at Teatro Alfa, through the Alfa children’s program 2011. Winner of APCA 2011 awards for Best Direction and Best Actor (Bruno Rudolf). Winner of FEMSA 2011 award for Best Actor (Bruno Rudolf) and nominated in the categories Set Design and Production.
Seasons of “Around the World in 80 Days” at Teatro Alfa and SESC Belenzinho.
Participation in the Caixa Cultural program in Rio de Janeiro with “Homens de Solas de Vento”.
Premiere of “Os Perdidos” as part of the SESC Arts Circuit 2010
Arts residency at the Juventude Cultural Centre (CCJ) and premiere of “Cama”, act created through support from ProAC Circus 2010.
Participation in the Theatre Festival of Bahia with “Homens de Solas de Vento”.
Premiere of “Mecânico”, act created through support from ProAC Circus 2009.
Participation in the Festival Preview Brasil in Munich, Germany with performances of “Homens de Solas de Vento” and workshops in Physical Dramaturgy.
Presentation of “Homens de Solas de Vento” at Feverestival, in Campinas, SP.
Presentation of various acts at the Paulista Festival of Circus in Limeira, at Virada Cultural, City of São Paulo and as part of Trixmix Cabaret.
Premiere of “Homens de Solas de Vento” at SESC Ipiranga and participation in “Encontro de Lonas – Circo Geral”.
Presentation of acts at Virada Cultural, São Paulo and with Trixmix Cabaret.
Premiere of “Escada” as part of the SESC Pinheiros Cubo de Ensaio.
Premiere of “Relações Suspensas” at the Aerial Dance Showings (SESC Pinheiros).