Next July, Cuban TV will screen TITO REACTS
TITO REACCIONA (Tito Reacts), the new animated series that already grabs the attention of adults and children, will be released on Cuban television next July, for the approval of all viewers.
The character created and produced by Daniel Martín Subiaut in 2018 in Mexico, has been considered viral not only in Aztec lands but throughout Latin America with his series of spots against COVID-19, according to a press release released by the Latino Institute of Music (ILM). The new proposal, which had its successful premiere at the Charles Chaplin cinema in the Cuban capital last December 21, includes ten episodes where the stories of Cuban musicians such as Benny Moré, Leo Brouwer, Edesio Alejandro, Pancho Céspedes, Frank Fernández are addressed, the Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso; as well as the Argentine singer Libertad Lamarque, American singer and songwriter Charles Fox, and the centennial of the Latin Institute of Music, to be held in 2021. The series, adds the note, has the sound designed by Maestro Edesio Alejandro, a member of the Hollywood-based Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and directed by Landy García. Tito Reacciona will also be shown next August on three local North American television channels in cities of Florida, California and Texas. Likewise, it can be seen on the Facebook page of the character www.facebook.com/titorea, with a weekly premiere starting on Sunday, July 18, when children's day will be celebrated in Cuba.