Armando Babaioff criticizes Globo for lack of space in the advertisement of the piece


Armando Babaioff harshly criticized Globo on social networks after his play was rejected by the report on MGTV, a local newscast in Minas Gerais. The actor, who was in the cast of several soap operas of the house, the last one being “Bom Sucesso (2019)”, said he was scared by the justification of the broadcaster’s journalism department for not producing a story about the show “Tom na Fazenda”: “Theater is not a popular agenda”.

“Thanks to Globo Minas, especially to MGTV, for having given zero space in publicizing the passage of ‘Tom na Fazenda’ through Belo Horizonte”, began Babaioff, who says he sought out the broadcaster to get a report. “Considering that theater is not a popular agenda, as that was the alleged reason, scares me a lot.

The montage was conceived by Armando Babaioff, directed by Rodrigo Portella, and has already been seen by more than 45,000 people and arrived in Belo Horizonte for a short season. The text is based on the work of Canadian author Michel Marc Bouchard “Tom à la Farme” and tells the story of an advertising man named Tom – played by Babaioff – who, after the death of his partner, faces his family’s lack of knowledge about their relationship. and also about the son’s homosexuality.

Source: Folha

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