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On April 15, 2015, the 2nd anniversary of La llamada was celebrated, which is why a special performance was held, in which participated, in addition to the actors of that season, those who have played some of the characters.[6]
The character of María Casado has been played by Macarena García, Claudia Traisac, Clara Alvarado, Susana Abaitua, Nuria Herrero, Nerea Rodríguez, Andrea Guasch and Lydia Fairén. In addition, Anna Castillo and Angy Fernández have played the role of this character from time to time.
The character of Susana Romero has been played by Andrea Ros, Anna Castillo, Angy Fernández, Lucía Gil and Marta Sango. In addition, Susana Abaitua and Nuria Herrero have played the role of this character from time to time.
On a very occasional basis, the actresses playing the roles of Susana and María have exchanged roles, and members of the old cast have returned to reprise their roles on an exceptional basis.
During the fifth season, rumors began to swirl about a possible film adaptation of the musical. Finally, on November 4, 2015, Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo officially confirmed the news.[17] The feature film was produced by Enrique López Lavigne, José Corbacho and Kike Maíllo, through Apache Films and Sábado Películas, and produced by TVE.[17] It stars Macarena García, Anna Castillo, Gracia Olayo, Belén Cuesta and Richard Collins-Moore and has the participation of Secun de la Rosa, Víctor Elías or Esty Quesada among others.

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On April 15, 2015, the 2nd anniversary of La llamada was celebrated, for which reason a special performance was held with the participation, in addition to the actors of that season, of those who have played some of the characters.[6] The character of María Casado has been played by Macarena García, Claudia Traisac, Clara Alvarado, Clara Alvarado and Claudia Traisac.
The character of María Casado has been played by Macarena García, Claudia Traisac, Clara Alvarado, Susana Abaitua, Nuria Herrero, Nerea Rodríguez, Andrea Guasch and Lydia Fairén. In addition, Anna Castillo and Angy Fernández have played the role of this character from time to time.
The character of Susana Romero has been played by Andrea Ros, Anna Castillo, Angy Fernández, Lucía Gil and Marta Sango. In addition, Susana Abaitua and Nuria Herrero have played the role of this character from time to time.
On a very occasional basis, the actresses playing the roles of Susana and María have exchanged roles, and members of the old cast have returned to reprise their roles on an exceptional basis.
During the fifth season, rumors began to swirl about a possible film adaptation of the musical. Finally, on November 4, 2015, Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo officially confirmed the news.[17] The feature film was produced by Enrique López Lavigne, José Corbacho and Kike Maíllo, through Apache Films and Sábado Películas, and produced by TVE.[17] It stars Macarena García, Anna Castillo, Gracia Olayo, Belén Cuesta and Richard Collins-Moore and has the participation of Secun de la Rosa, Víctor Elías or Esty Quesada among others.

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On April 15, 2015, the 2nd anniversary of La llamada was celebrated, which is why a special representation was made in which participated, in addition to the actors of that season, those who have played some of the characters.[6]
The character of María Casado has been played by Macarena García, Claudia Traisac, Clara Alvarado, Susana Abaitua, Nuria Herrero, Nerea Rodríguez, Andrea Guasch and Lydia Fairén. In addition, Anna Castillo and Angy Fernández have played the role of this character from time to time.
The character of Susana Romero has been played by Andrea Ros, Anna Castillo, Angy Fernández, Lucía Gil and Marta Sango. In addition, Susana Abaitua and Nuria Herrero have played the role of this character from time to time.
In some performances, the actresses playing the roles of Susana and María have exchanged roles, and members of the old cast have returned to reprise their roles on an exceptional basis.
During the fifth season, rumors began to swirl about a possible film adaptation of the musical. Finally, on November 4, 2015, Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo officially confirmed the news.[17] The feature film was produced by Enrique López Lavigne, José Corbacho and Kike Maíllo, through Apache Films and Sábado Películas, and produced by TVE.[17] It stars Macarena García, Anna Castillo, Gracia Olayo, Belén Cuesta and Richard Collins-Moore and has the participation of Secun de la Rosa, Víctor Elías or Esty Quesada among others.

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