Opereta Sacro Profana is a symphonic, scenic, poetic, and visual spectacle that examines the arrival of African peoples in Brazil and the cultural dynamics that took place between them, the original indigenous peoples, and the European peoples. Conceived by Mateus Aleluia, the OPERETA SACROPROFANA is a delicate ode to the cultural exchanges that compose Brazilian culture, and especially Bahian culture. Through music, singing, dance, poetry, performance, and visual arts, Opereta Sacro Profana becomes an instrument for the socialization of the manifestations of the Afro-Brazilian, indigenous, and baroque matrix. In 2004, an experimental version of the musical was performed at the IRDEB Theater in Salvador.