Free theatrical show is presented in 12 cities in Minas Gerais; see which ones | Valleys of Minas Gerais

Free theatrical show is presented in 12 cities in Minas Gerais; see which ones | Valleys of Minas Gerais
Free theatrical show is presented in 12 cities in Minas Gerais; see which ones | Valleys of Minas Gerais

The show Believe me, a Spirit descended on me! Starting this Wednesday (03), the tour through the interior of Minas Gerais begins. The initiative will tour 12 cities in the Jequitinhonha Valley and the North of Minas in more than 20 exhibitions, ending the presentations in Belo Horizonte. (See list below)

Sponsored by Cemig, the play is celebrating 26 years in theaters and has already been seen by more than three million spectators in theaters in different states of the country, becoming a great phenomenon on Brazilian stages.

Residents of the cities of Teófilo Otoni, Ladainha, Catuji, Jequitinhonha, Araçuaí, Rubim, Felisburgo, Monte Formoso, Águas Formosas, São João das Missões, Januária and Bonito de Minas will be able to attend, between the 3rd and 17th of April, the presentations free.

The times and locations of performances in each municipality are detailed in the schedule below. In some locations, there will be a conversation circle and a chat with the actors, after the second session.

According to the synopsis of the play, the comedy, which stars Ilvio Amaral and Maurício Canguçú, tells the story of a homosexual who, unhappy with his own death, flees heaven to live new experiences and ends up creating great confusion after incorporating into a sexist. The text for the montage is by Ronaldo Ciambroni, who manages to combine commonplace and unusual situations with humor, and the direction is by Sandra Pêra.

The show’s technical sheet features the author Ronaldo Ciambroni; director Sandra Pêra; Ilvio Amaral, Maurício Canguçú, Ana Cândida, Marino Canguçú and José Vilaça in the cast; the scenery is by Carlinhos Barros Santos; the effects are done by Rômulo Duque and Rogério Daves; the costumes are by Ana Luiza; the soundtrack is by Ênio Reis; the visual programming is by Márcio Miranda and Samuel Araújo; and the general production is signed by Cangaral Produções Artísticas Ltda.

As the biggest supporter of culture in Minas Gerais, Cemig continues to invest and support the different artistic productions in the various regions of the state. After all, strengthening and boosting the cultural sector in Minas Gerais is a commitment of the Company, reflecting its purpose of transforming lives with energy.

  • Location: Expominas – Rua Cel. Mário Cordeiro, 404-550 – Pampulhinha – Time: 6pm and 8pm – Conversation circle after the second session
  • Location: Praça Frei Pedro – Jardim Central s/n – Time: 7pm and 9pm

Catuji – 05/04 (Friday)

Location: Praça Edmilson de Paula – Center – Time: 7pm and 9pm (during the event – Friday at the Fair)

  • Location: Ginasio Poliesportivo Dativo Botelho – Av. Franco Duarte, 586, Vaticano neighborhood – Time: 7pm and 9pm
  • Location: Centro Cultural Luz da Lua – Rua Dom Serafim, 426, Bairro Esplanada – Time: 6pm and 8pm – Chat after the second session

Rubim – 04/08 (Monday)

Location: Escola Coronel Malvino Ferraz – Rua Guaraná, 310 – Bairro Guaraná – Time: 4:30 pm and 7:30 pm – Chat after the second session

  • Location: Amphitheater – Rua Amazonas – Time: 6pm and 8pm – Chat after the second session
  • Location: Multisports Court – Time: 1pm and 3pm
  • Location: Cultural Center Auditorium – Rua Dr. Sebastião Figueiredo, 643 – Centro – Time: 3:30 pm and 7 pm
  • Location: Teodomiro Corrêa Municipal School – Rua Presidente Juscelino, 337 – Center – Time: 6pm and 8pm
  • Location: Praça Tiradentes – Centro S/N – Time: 6pm and 8pm
  • Location: Escola Estadual Professor Henrique de Matos – Avenida José Borges Monteiro, 144 Centro – Time: 10am and 3:30pm

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