The name Licko Turle is used in arts and bibliographic quotes. He is a visiting Professor at PPGAC/UFBA (2017-18) and was a professor at PPGAC/UNIRIO (2011-2016). He holds an MA and PhD in Theater (UNIRIO) and a degree in Linguistics and Literature from UERJ. He is a researcher at the Center of AfroAmerindia Performance Studies. In 1986, he and Augusto Boal created the Center of the Theater of the Oppressed in Brazil. With Amir Haddad, he made the Tá Na Rua Institute official in 1999. He wrote TEATRO DO OPRIMIDO E NEGRITUDE (2015) and TEATRO DE RUA NO BRASIL – A luta pelo espaço público (2016). He co-wrote and organized: TEATRO DO OPRIMIDO E UNIVERSIDADE (2016); AUGUSTO BOAL: arte, pedagogia e política (2013); O TEATRO DE RUA NO BRASIL – A Primeira Década do Terceiro Milênio (2010); and TÁ NA RUA – Teatro sem Arquitetura, Dramaturgia Sem Literatura, Ator Sem Papel (2008). He won the following awards: PROCENA (2004), FUNARTE Artes Cênicas nas Ruas (2009), FUNARTE Interações Estéticas (2012), Itaú Rumos Cultural (2014), and Arte Negra FUNARTE (2014). As an actor and director, he worked in Europe, Africa, Brazil, Central and South America. At SEEDUC-RJ/FUNDAÇÃO CECIERJ, he was a cultural animator in the special program of education, by Darcy Ribeiro. He also wrote the Currículo Mínimo de Arte/Regular and the Material Instrucional Didático/Nova EJA and coordinated ABRACE’s GT Artes Cênicas na Rua and the International Projects Theater of the Oppressed and the University at UNIRIO.