Currently playing in São Paulo at
Teatro Jaragua starring Sergio
and Ricardo Gelli, with
plans for a national tour,
Mr. Green
has been one of the great
successes in Brazilian theatre history,
seen by well over 150,000
theatregoers. The current revival is
produced by
Carlos Mamberti.

The original production opened in
2000, starring beloved actor
, who also did the translation,
playing opposite
Cássio Scapin, who
directed the current revival.  The
original production, directed by
and produced by
Alexandre Dórea Ribeiro, played
for a year and a half in Sao Paulo, Rio
de Janeiro, and on tour throughout
Brazil.  Paulo Autran won both the
APCA and the Shell Best Actor award
for his portrayal of Mr. Green.

In 2005, a revival ran another full
year, including a tour of Portugal,
again starring Paulo Autran and
Cássio Scapin, then
Dan Stulbach.
Visiting Mr. Green