Mika Lins is an actress and theater director. In the 1990 years, he was in miniseries at Bandeirantes, Globo, Manchete and SBT. In the theater, he performed in the shows "O Alienista", by Machado de Assis (1992); "Frida" (1996), written especially by Argentine author Ricardo Halac, in which she played the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; "Cacilda !!!" (1998 / 1999), directed by José Celso Martinez Corrêa; "Amores Difíceis" (1999), directed by Eugênia Thereza de Andrade; "The Fable of the Cook" (2000), by Sam Sheppard; and "Frankenstein" (2002 / 2003), directed by Jô Soares.
In the last few years, she has started to devote more to the direction, and is doing very well, thank you! Uia started to follow her more closely after the show "Festa no Covil" (2013), based on the book by the great Mexican writer Juan Pablo Villalobos and starring brilliantly by the actor Marcos de Andrade.
In 2017 she directed the series TERRADOIS (with Ricardo Elias), which aired on TV Cultura, and this week she debuts another piece, "I want to die with my own poison", at Centro Cultural Fiesp. In the text by Ana Carolina, played by actresses Luiza Curvo, Luisa Micheletti and Luna Martinelli, Ophelia (the same as Hamlet) appears in three versions of herself: the one who talks, the one who thinks and the one who listens. It is the story of a contemporary Ophelia that carries the weight of living in a society ruled by man (learn more by clicking here).
Mika lives in the iconic Copan and always presents us with on Instagram with great photos of the city taken from your apartment. And in addition to dedicating himself to the projects of dramaturgy, last year he created with his daughter, Taciane Glasberg, the Jupiter Cakes from Another Planet. We heard that, besides the name, the cakes are great!
Check out our Rapidinha with her:
Uia: What's the good in Sao Paulo?
Mika Lins: The good thing is to learn to see beauty in this chaos.
Uia: And a stolen?
ML: The four seasons in one day. You have to leave prepared to adapt the clothes during the day.
Uia: A soundtrack for São Paulo.
ML: Sampa. Has no way. Our most perfect translation.
Uia: What was the last show you saw in the city?
ML: Paralamas do Sucesso in the Cultural Turn.
Uia: And the last movie you watched?
ML: Paper House.
Uia: What makes you sleep in SP?
Uia: Any solution to go back to sleep in peace?
ML: Do not know. It involves social justice, education and political will.
Uia: A face and / or voice for Sao Paulo.
ML: No one comes to me. It is very pluralistic to have only one face or voice.
Uia: A sight you'd like to see in the city.
ML: I'd like a Shakespeare street festival.
Uia: Which neighborhood would you honor in a song?
ML: My neighborhood, República.
Uia: A phrase that defines São Paulo.
ML: There is even a concrete poetry at our corners. Caetano made our best definition.