Thursday, December 15, 2011


Renaissance custon made in the manual technique of photomontage, black and white. In the photo are the choreographer Pina Bausch, and fashion designer Vivienne Weastwood


Monday, November 14, 2011

Drawings and Researches

My early works are yellowing.  
I'm scanning them. 
This series are designed to Cyrano de Bergerac. 
The Post is an old photo of Constant Coquelin, the first actor to play Cyrano de Bergerac. Me and friend had a plans to make a documentary. It is for the next opportunity.

Sunday, October 16, 2011


I'm working on pre-production of Romeo & Juliet.
Premier in November. In the Theatre Rinha das Artes.


Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London, England Now, this is not the original theater, but it is a fully operational new version of it, located right beside the Thames in Central London. . from Trey Ratcliff at


Monday, September 26, 2011

Goya scene

Goya scene, Ricardo Leite Lopes and Tatiana Simões playing.

 Writer for Isa Vianna, adaptation of the movie GOYA of the Carlos Saura.Orietation Prof. Carmem Gadelha.
Première II Mostra de Teatro da UFRJ, in House Of The Sciense, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, 2002. Event Creation and Production Project Graduation and University Extension: Dr. Walter Lima Torres
Direction: Isa Vianna
Ricardo Leite Lopes
Tatiana Simões
Caio Júlio 
Natália Amorim
Costume Designer:
Natália Amorim
Ligthner Designer:
Isa Vianna
Ana Beatriz Figueiras
Natália Amorim
Production: Isa Vianna and
Natália Amorim

Costume Designer 

Essay 10 Anos de Direção Teatral na ECO\UFRJ - 35 Anos da Escola de Comunicação

Natalia Amorim with Tatiana Simões and Rafaela Amorim. 2003- Casa da Ciência / UFRJ

With friens course performing arts, and teachers Dr. Angela Leite Lopes, Walter Lima Torres and Dr.Antonio Guedes.

Sunday, September 25, 2011


By Federico Garcia Lorca

Five sisters dressed in black fight and bitch in their prison of a house. Their mother Bernarda rules over them trying to control their every move under the heat of the Andaluz sun. Her eldest daughter is to be married to the infamous Pepe el Romano. The only thing that stands in her way is her sisters.

Lorca's moving, funny, epic tragedy on family life is set against a backdrop of the oppression of Franco's Spain in 1936. Just months after completing the play he was shot dead.


Actors of the Sarcômicos Art Company

Rodrigo Reinoso and Sidclay Batista in action