Cacá began her artistic career when she was very little at O Tablado as Maria Clara Machado’s student. She was Clara’s director assistant for ten years.
She worked at the Telephone Museum, as director and authorof the show Tudo por um fio, which tells the story of the inventor of the telephone, reaching a huge success with the public during the 14 years that the show remained on display.
Texts in partnership with Maria Clara Machado: Passo a Passo no Paço Imperial; Tudo por um Fio and Jonas e a Baleia. She wrote with Domingos de Oliveira, Clarice Niskier, Priscila Rozembaum and Dedina Bernardelli: Mulheres de trinta and Mulheres de quarenta.
Works as an actress: Pluft, o Fantasminha, as Pluft; Leonce e Lena; As Mulheres de Trinta, and Mulheres de Quarenta, directed by Domingos de Oliveira, among others.
On films: O Cavalinho Azul; Referências de Ricardo Bravo; Uma Rosa é uma Rosa, by Vinicius Reis; and Feminices, by Domingos de Oliveira, indicated to Miami Film Festival.
She directed the plays: A Menina e o Vento, 1989, Coca-Cola Award Best Choreography; Passo a Passo no Paço Imperial, 1993, Mambembe Award for Best Direction and Coca-Cola Award for Best Direction; A Bela Adormecida, 1996, Mambembe The Five Best Shows of the Year Award, Mambembe Award for Best Scenario; A Verdadeira História da Gata Borralheira, 1997, Mambembe The Five Best Shows of the Year Award; Pluft, o Fantasminha, 2003, absolute success; O Alfaiate do Rei, 2004 e 2005; O Dragão Verde, 2007, Zilka Salaberry Best Entertainment Award; O Cavalinho Azul, 2009, nominated for Best Actor Award. She innovated with 3D images on the play A Menina e o Vento, 2012, e A Viagem de Clarinha! First itinerant and interactive play for children, adults and adolescents, 2013.