For the theater players, interpreters of an ephemeral art, like life itself, getting to the hundred functions is a reason to celebrate. We celebrate the persistence of a delivery that becomes eternal the time the show lasts. Teatro de Las Estaciones up to a hundred performances of the play The ugly patico (musical landscape in four times for masks, figures and actors), next Saturday, November 25th, at 11:00 in the morning, in the tables of the Pepe Camejo Room.
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José Jacinto Milanés came to this world with a star that soon went out, although it took no more than 49 years to prove the excellence of an extraordinary man who after more than two centuries of his birth still illuminates the Cuban literary trail.
Since the Teatro de Las Estaciones premiered the adult show Retablillo de Don Cristóbal y la Señá Rosita (Farsa guiñolesca, inspired by the puppeteer texts of Federico García Lorca The blackjack puppets and Retablillo de Don Cristóbal), on November 12, 2016 in Sala Pepe Camejo, each performance has been reason to put together a new revelry. That is why he returns a year later, on Saturday, November 11th, at 9:00 in the evening and on Saturday, November 12 at 4:00 in the afternoon. From that date to today seven critics have commented it with all sharpness
The Choreographic Theater of Yadiel Durán and Teatro de Las Estaciones will reap the next Saturday, November 4, at 9 o’clock in the evening and on Sunday, November 5, at 4:00 o’clock in the afternoon, at the Sala Pepe Camejo, the show Cuatro , staging where from the mix of dance, music, literature and theater tribute is paid, among others, to the pianist and composer Ernesto Lecuona, the singer and actress Rita Montaner and the guerrilla and cultural promoter Haydée Santamaría.
Since 1997 Teatro de Las Estaciones has been a constant presence in the Cuban panorama of the Festival de Teatro de La Habana (FTH), the most important international event that convenes the Island from the National Council of the Performing Arts. In issue number 17 the group puppeteer of Matanzas presents The Two Princes, a romance between lights and shadows of Maria Laura German Aguiar, from the well-known poem of Jose Marti, published in the magazine The Golden Age.
José Martí is one of the authors that the Teatro de las Estaciones reveres from his repertoire, first with the award winning installation of Los zapaticos de rosa, in 2007, and ten years later with the version in the form of romance, between lights and shadows, young actress and playwright Maria Laura German, on the poem The two princes, published in the second installment of the children’s magazine The Golden Age, in 1889.
This Saturday, August 5th at 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., will be presented at Sala Pepe Camejo, Matanzas, the show Los zapaticos de rosa, inspired by the poem-tale of José Martí that appears in the third Number of the magazine for children The Golden Age, published in New York, United States, in 1889.