Lorenzo Bruno has developed a passion for drawing and storytelling since childhood. At the International School of Comics, he studied animation, which he finds his ideal form of expression. Together whit his teacher, Annalisa Corsi, he developed his first projects. In 2012 he landed in theater and met Igor Renzetti and Alessandra Solimene, with which he starts to experiment with the language of video on the stage. In the same year he begins to collaborate with the director Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, with whom he works with on many projects: Macbeth by Giuseppe Verdi (Teatro alla Scala, Milan); I was looking at the ceiling and then I saw the sky by John Adams (Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris); The Prince of Homburg by Heinrich von Kleist (Festival d’Avignon); Gospodin by Philipp Löhle (Roma Europa Festival); Cinderella by Gioachino Rossini (Teatro Massimo, Palermo); Fra Diavolo by Daniel Auber (Teatro dell’Opera, Rome), King Lear by William Shakespeare (Teatro Argentina, Rome).