‘Cabaré Chinelo’ has new sessions in São Paulo and at Teatro Amazonas

‘Cabaré Chinelo’ has new sessions in São Paulo and at Teatro Amazonas

Sao Paulo-SP) – In November, “Cabaré Chinelo” has new performances in São Paulo and on the stage of Teatro Amazonas. With a tradition of sold-out tickets in all sessions since its premiere, Ateliê 23’s award-winning show also competes for the 22nd Annual Cenym National Theater Award, from the Academy of Arts in Theater of Brazil, with nominations for “Best Cast”, “Best Costume Design” and “Best Company”. The result will be announced on the 21st of this month.

In the capital of São Paulo, the play runs on Friday (17) and Sunday (19), at Teatro B32, in Itaim Bibi. Tickets are available at Teatrob32.byinti.com. The classification is 18 years old.

This is the second time that Ateliê 23 takes “Cabaré Chinelo” to the capital of São Paulo. In July this year, the company presented the production at Sesc Pinheiros and at the São José do Rio Preto International Theater Festival. All sessions sold out.

Amazon Theater

On November 25th, Mulata, Balbina, Antonieta, Soulanger, Felícia, Laura, Joana, Luiza, Enedina, Sarah, Maria and Gaivota return to Teatro Amazonas, in two sessions, at 7pm and 9:30pm, to tell the story of women victims of a large international and sexual trafficking scheme in the Belle Époque period in Amazonas.

Tickets are on sale from R$50, at shopingressos.com.br. You are entitled to half-price: students and teachers from public and private schools; elderly; and artists of any language. Proof of any nature is required for all groups described above. PWDs are entitled to free entry.

“’Cabaré’ has demonstrated a strength of continuity, but still with the freshness of the premiere, mainly in terms of selling out tickets before the performances. We realize that stories touch people and we know that there are a lot of people who need to see it and this is happening”,

evaluates Taciano Soares, director of Ateliê 23 and the show.

Taciano Soares, who also plays Kafter on stage, highlights that the work inspired by Narciso Freitas’ research is an aesthetic, historical, cultural and commercial contribution, the return to the consumption of theater produced 100% by professionals from the city.

“To be the protagonist of this with Ateliê 23, in celebration of its 10 years, is to write history. We are writing the history of the country since we have already been to São Paulo, São José do Rio Preto and Parintins, a city that does not have cultural theater equipment, but 300 people were willing to watch us”,

comments the artist.

According to the director, the public embraced it and made “Cabaré Chinelo” a highly sought after production.

“May we continue to contribute to the dissemination that the Theater made in Amazonas can and has the quality equal to any Brazilian urban center. We are happy to know that we are doing this thanks to continued work”,

he said.


At the 17th Amazon Theater Festival, held in October, “Cabaré Chinelo” won three awards: “Best Show”, “Direction” for Taciano Soares and “Best Costume” for Melissa Maia. The show was also nominated in the categories “Best Actress”, with Vivian Oliveira, “Best Actor” and “Soundtrack”, with Eric Lima.

This year, Ateliê 23 also won the award for best national performance at the 8th International Film Festival of Sexual and Gender Diversity of Goiás, with the character Belinho, played by Taciano Soares in the film “A Bela é Poc”, the first short in the film. group.


With 17 artists on stage, the play features Vivian Oliveira, Sarah Margarido, Andira Angeli, Julia Kahane, Thayná Liartes, Fernanda Seixas, Daphne Pompeu, Daniely Peinado, Vanja Poty, Ana Oliveira, Bruna Pollari, Allícia Castro, Taciano Soares and Eric Lima, as well as musicians Yago Reis, Guilherme Bonates and Stivisson Menezes.

The project, in partnership with the Argentine theater company García Sathicq, has support from the Government of Amazonas, through the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy, University of the State of Amazonas (UEA) and the Amazonas State Research Support Foundation ( Fapeam), in addition to the National Arts Foundation (Funarte) and Fondo de Ayudas para las Artes Escénicas Iberoamericanas – IBERESCENA.

*With information from consultancy

Read more:

Teenagers get a tour of the Manaus City Museum

Traffic will be temporarily closed in Manaus

Itamaraty seeks information on new requests for repatriation from the Gaza Strip

Source link