Theatre: Hellenic Theater
When to see it: Thursday, 8:00 p.m. Friday, 8:00 p.m. Saturdays, 7:00 p.m. Sundays, 6:00 p.m.
What it’s about: This is the untold story of Emilia Bassano; the first poet of the English language. It is rumored that she is “The Dark Lady” from Shakespeare’s sonnets. The rest of her story was erased from history. With one foot in the 17th century and the other in 2023, Emilia tells us in a casual, daring and fun way, the story of thousands of women through the centuries and up to the present day. A story full of passion and fury. Universal, current and more relevant than ever.
Cast: Aída López, Amorita Rasgado, Coty Camacho, Emma Dib, Haydeé Boetto, Mariana Gajá, Lucia Uribe, Assira Abbate, Gabriela Betancourt, Karime Alonso, Luz Adriana Carrasco
Directed by: Mariana Hartasańchez
Tickets: Click here .
When to see it: Friday, 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, 5:00 p.m.; Sunday, 1:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
What it’s about: This piece of music is a sound portrait of an entire era that, through unforgettable songs, was the sentimental school of an entire generation, which defines itself as passionate.
Daniela, Lupita, Dulce, Yuri, Manoela and Emmanuel are the emblematic names of the protagonists of this musical entanglement, which will materially transport the public to those years when dancing in the News was the fashion; that stage where the greatest artists triumphed in El patio; that decade in which El Maleficio and El camino Secreto monopolized the television rating. LIES the great success of the Mexican theater that you can not miss.
Cast: Aitza Terán, Pahola Escalera, Jimena Cornejo, Brenda Santabalbina, María Elisa Gallegos, Marifrancis Reyes, Enrique Montaño and Felipe Flores.
Musical Direction: David Federico Suzawa.
a wild god
When to see it: Wednesday (April) 20:45.
What it’s about: Two sets of parents get together to discuss a nasty fight between their children, but their civil discussion soon ends in rudeness, name calling, and yelling.
Cast: Pablo Perrioni, Tato Alexander, Chumel Torres and Fernanda Borches.
Direction: Miguel Septien.
When to see it: Thursday 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Sunday 17:00 and 19:00.
What it’s about: Álex and Bruno, the two leads in this romantic comedy, couldn’t be more different.
They make up a strange couple in which they only have in common that they are two men and that they have fallen in love. Their differences seem insurmountable, and their antagonistic personalities, but whether they like it or not, they are united by that red thread, even though they often want to break it.
Cast: Jesús Zavala, Jerry Velázquez, Martín Barba and Sergio Velasco (alternating roles).
Address: Joserra Zúñiga.