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A Bola / Graça Silva
Hundreds of people, including family, friends, co-workers and fans, attended the funeral yesterday of actress Graça Silva, who died on Sunday.
Teatro Avenida, in downtown Maputo, where the ceremony was held, proved too small to contain the number of people who wanted to bid farewell to one of Mozambique’s most respected actors.
Graça Silva was one of the founders of Mutumbela Gogo, one of the largest theater companies in the country, and remained part of the group for her entire 30-year career.
She began her acting career when he was 18 years old, and appeared in plays such as The Hands of Blacks, The Inspector, Nobody’s Children, The Doll House, Amor Vem , Hamlet, I Dreamed the Land, and more.
Her talent earned her worldwide recognition and participation in international festivals in Portugal, Brazil, Spain, France and Italy.Source: A Bola / Miramar
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