CIA DO FUBÁ

RUNNING SHOW

Matrioska (in production)

A Gigantesca Barba do Mal (in production)

Space Invaders (2017)

Poetinha Camará (2015)

A Menina Lia (2012)

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CIA DO FUBÁ was created in 2010, within the Experimental Center of SESI-SP, by artists who already knew each other from the School of Communications and Arts at USP. Formed by Bruno Gavranic, Fernanda Gama and Leonardo Devitto, the group wanted to create children's narratives that were fun to make and watch, while dealing with important issues for the formation of young spectators. 

The group's first works sought to talk about the pleasure of sharing stories and the importance of literature in children's lives: What Happened to Grandpa Quim? (2011), had as its theme the memory and the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren; A Menina Lia (2012) inspired by Matilda, by Roald Dahl, showed a girl who loved to read and used everything she learned in books to overcome the challenges of her own life, and Poetinha Camará (2015) showed a boy who discovered at the same time his first love and the poems of Vinicius de Moraes. 

In 2016, Cia do Fubá turned its attention to the teenage audience, seeking to create plays that dialogue with this stage of life so full of changes and still so little represented in theatrical works. Space Invaders (2017) tells the story of four young people isolated in an apartment searching for their own place in the world, rocked by the music of David Bowie and the universe of comic books. Now, the group is dedicating itself to two new youth plays: Matrioska, a play that shows the differences in the adolescence of boys and girls, and A Gigantesca Barba do Mal, inspired by the comic book of the same name and that talks about the acceptance of the different in times of radicalism like the ones we live in.