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Rosane Svartman signs the first musical on streaming and assumes fear on the eve of the end of ‘Vai na Fé’

It’s no use complaining: on the 11th of August, we’ll have to say goodbye to “Vai na Fé”, the telenovela that once again boosted the 7pm audience with a different, light and fun story. To mitigate the longing, it is already possible to check out the author’s talent Rosane Svartman in another plot. Since the 19th of July, “Vick e a Musa” is available on Globoplay.

The author highlighted that she did not expect such a repercussion: “We never expect it. when I write, it’s like ‘letters in the wind,’” she said.

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I am passionate about what I do and I really dedicate my life to it. When it works, it’s happiness.”

Maintaining her routine since the beginning of the plot, on January 16 of this year, Rosane highlighted that she still goes to the set of recordings and follows everything closely: “The soap opera only ends when it ends. I watch it every day, I go to the set, we still make adjustments to the location, I feel like I’m on the soap opera. I’m always thinking: ‘how will it be now?’ I can never relax. I get anxious and that ends up bringing me new stories, ”she revealed.

WHO STANDS OUT IN ‘VAI NA FAITH’?

Without pointing out her preferences, the author reinforced that there was a hit in the artistic direction, praising the entire cast.

“It is not possible to point out highlights and preferences. All are impeccable from start to finish,” she said.

However, the undeniable talent of Clara Moneke, Kate Cristina, did not go unnoticed: “Clara, without a doubt, is a great highlight. She was the last actress to join the soap opera, she appeared in the last tests and when I saw her, I said: ‘It’s Kate!’. It is a pleasure and an honor to introduce an actress like her.”

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Clara Moneke and Jean Paulo Campos
Kate Cristiina (Clara Moneke) and Yuri (Jean Paulo Campos) are pleasant surprises in the plot – Photo: TV Globo

A GIFT TO ART

In theater and cinema, musicals are a guarantee of success and have a captive audience. And since the word “success” has lately been attached to the name of Rosane Svartamanthe author now appears on streaming, with a pioneering spirit to call her own.

starring Cecilia Chancez, Tabata Almeida It is Bel Lima, “Vicky e a Musa” is available on Globoplay since last July 19th, highlighting a cast that mixes new faces and others already known. Exactly as it happened in “Malhação”, a teen soap opera that even had the author’s signature in the season “Sonhos”.

The 13 episodes of the first season – seven already released and another six on the next 16th – highlight 80 reinterpretations of national songs in a variety of genres, which include classic and popular rhythms, such as rock, bossa nova, samba, pop and funk.

Designed for teenagers, the story will also have a version that should debut in 2024 on the Gloob channel, especially for the little ones.

“Why not think of the same product with scenes that serve only for the children’s channel and others for the channel that has a slightly more adult audience? Why not create a series that can slide between content somehow?” Rosane Svartaman.

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Tabatha Almeida, Bel Lima and Cecília Chancez
Tabatha Almeida, Bel Lima and Cecília Chancez star in the musical series – Photo: Roberto Filho/ Brazil News

PANDEMIC INSPIRES THE MUSICAL SERIES

“At that time, we said a lot that art was saving us. This series that celebrates art in many ways. Art helps us to escape a little bit, but also to reflect on the world, to think about where we are going. ‘Vicky and the Muse’ aims to celebrate and celebrate art,” she said.

MUSIC IN ALL WORKS

Even if “Vicky and the Muse” were not a musical series, they would not speak songs. Also because this is increasingly a Rosane Svartamnn brand.

“There is always a bit of my trajectory, of my repertoire. This series brings experiences from both music and audiovisual and theater. I love musicals and anyone who saw ‘Malhação: Sonhos’ knows that. Not to mention ‘Vai na Fé’, which has many songs”, he said.

Everyone has that song that comes to mind when you want to think, the one that makes you happy, the one you want to listen to in the pit”.

The author pointed out that despite loving a good sound, she is not very good at releasing her voice: “I love karaoke, but I sing very badly. I’ve had a band that only lasted two shows, because it wasn’t good,” she said with a laugh.

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Rosane Svartman signs the first musical on streaming and assumes fear on the eve of the end of ‘Vai na Fé’

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