July 1, 2022

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Regina Braga e Mariana Xavier reabrem o Teatro Unimed

Regina Braga and Mariana Xavier reopen Teatro Unimed in São Paulo

After a period of nearly two years of closing to the general public as a result of the pandemic, Teatro Unimede, located in the Santos Augusta building, on the emblematic corner of two streets in São Paulo, has reopened its doors for on-site performances from January 2022 and the return will be in style: with the actresses Regina Braga, with the show “São Paulo” dedicated to the capital of São Paulo under the direction of Isabel Teixeira, and Mariana Xavier, in the play “Before the Year That Comes” by the director Lazaro Ramos e Anna Paula Pozas.

The premiere of “São Paulo” is scheduled for January 28, at 9 p.m. In the show, the main character is the city of São Paulo itself, with its history, charm, curiosity, and contrast through music, texts and poems that speak of the city since its founding. Interspersed are texts by Roberto Pompeo de Toledo, Alcantara Machado, Mario de Andrade, Paulo Prado, José de Anchetta, Castro Alves, Guilherme de Almeida, Itamar Assembasso, Plinio Marcos, Paolo Bonfim, Drauzio Varela, music by Paolo Vanzolini and Luiz Adoniran Barbossa and Chico Cesar, Renato Teixeira, and other composers who sang the everyday scenes and vicissitudes of the townspeople.

Tickets will go on sale January 10, through Sympla (www.sympla.com.br) and at the Unimed Theater box office.

“before next year”

Portrayed by Mariana Xavier, with script by Gustavo Pinheiro, the highly entertaining comedy Before the Year That Comes has the backdrop to one of the most symbolic dates in the global calendar: New Year. Happy some and annoying to others, the unpredictability of this celebration is the central theme of the show, as it reveals the needs, anxieties and desires of seven different characters who face the end of the year from very different perspectives. The show is set to start on March 4. Tickets will go on sale January 17th by Sympla and at the Teatro Unimed box office.

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Culture in the midst of a pandemic

Throughout the period when it was closed to in-person performances, Teatro Unimed continued to produce culture and entertainment, with high-quality shows, online and always free, as part of the “Teatro Unimed Em Casa” project, which debuted in 2020 with Luis Miranda, in “Madame Sheila” and followed in 2021 with the show “Dez por Dez”, a work by Neil Laput adapted by the Leme Brothers and starring Angela Vieira, Bruno Matzio, Chandelli Praz, Denis Fraga, Yosir de Sousa, Ocaro Silva, Johnny Massaro and Leopoldo Pacheco, Luisa Aris and Pathé DeJesus. as well as the concert of the movie “Criollo Samba M3 Tempus”; The talk show “Hora de Nana”, directed by Nana Karapachian, which brought together a star-studded consisting of Anna Carolina, Renaldo Gancini, Martinalia, Seo Jorge, Elias Andrettio and Claudia Raya; Show and film “Nordeste Ficção”, with Juliana Linharis and guests Zica Ballero and Josiara; The children’s show “Quem Matou o Leão?” , to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Maria Clara Machado and the 70th anniversary of the founding of O Tablado, which can still be viewed for free, until January 16, on the Unimed Theater website (www.teatrounimed.com.br).

As an initiative committed to bringing unprecedented, high-quality artistic production to where people are, Teatro Unimed Em Casa has contributed to increasing free access to culture and entertainment in times of social isolation.

the support

Throughout the pandemic, Teatro Unimed has drawn attention to initiatives to support professionals in the arts, who have been deeply affected by the moment show production has declined. Supported organizations include Backstage Invisível, Fundo Marlene Colé, APTR – Association of Theater Producers, GAMI – Positive Group of Independent Women at RN and the humanitarian organization I Know My Rights. All professionals involved in various snapshots have continuous records of health conditions, and are subject to periodic testing by the High Diagnostic Excellence Network, a reference in medical technology, innovation and quality, with a focus on humane care.

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In addition, as a daily practice in the Unimed Theater and the Santos Augusta Building, all the usual protocol of anti-Covid measures has been implemented, with constant cleaning of equipment, accessories, floors and environments, mandatory general use of a mask, periodic cleaning of hands, extensive social distancing and daily disinfection of premises.

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