Harold Ruiz is a graduate of MFA from the Superior Institute of
Art in Havana, Cuba and studied performing arts at the Theatre Institute of
Kiev, Ukraine. In DC, he has appeared with GALA's company for the last four
seasons. His credits include Cuban Roots 2, La verdad sospechosa, Don
Juan of Seville, La noche de los asesinos and last season's acclaimed
production of The Ideal Place, and
Cervantes Interludes. As a member
of the National Theatre of Cuba he performed, among others, The Misantrope,
The Dance, The Shoemaker’s prodigeous Wife, and Caligula, by Alber
Camus, with wich he was honored with an Award for outstanding actor.
He toured Spain with Blood Weeding and Bernarda Alba. Mr.
Ruiz has participated in theatre festivals throughout Spain, Cuba, and
Ukraine. Last year he directed Parece Blanca at Catholic University of
America and Manteca at Teatro de la Luna.