Come and enjoy a special Solstice show that combines ancient and modern myths, weaving a story of our origins through the four ages as told through the earth, the air, the water and the sun.
The stories will be told through masks, music and dance.
The music includes Afro-Latino music from Cuba, Brazil & Peru. Featuring traditional Latin beats such as Cumbia, Rhumba, Samba, as well as lively Jarocho music from Vera Cruz, which are all fusions of african rhythms with the stringed instruments of Spain, expressed through the indigenous cultures of Mexico and Latin America..
Dancers will be performing the traditional Campesino dance ‘Zapatero‘ – a Mexican ‘tap’ dance that comes from Flamenco. As well as African dancing and drumming.
Performed by the multi-talented ‘Son Semilla’ – playing traditional Cuban guitars – Jarana, as well as piano, saxaphone, drums. Singing both traditional and original songs.
Plan to attend, bring the whole family. You will be pleasantly surprised.
Keep watching this page for ticket information and further updates.
Workshop Dates: Every Tuesday , starting January 17 to February 21/17 3-5pm
Every Saturday from January 14, to February 18 2-4pm
Cost: 150 per session, or all 6 sessions for 600 pesos
Show Dates: February 23rd to 26th/17
If you want to participate in any other way with this great community opportunity, let us know! Contact: email@example.com
We have formed a group called Friends of Teatro Luna Azul, and we are committed to finding out why we are being stopped from putting on shows at our beautiful theater that was created for community events like this. We have done everything the authorities asked, jumped through many hoops, and still they want to stop us. Our group is determined to get to the root cause of this problem and bring all the issues into the light so we can discuss and deal with them.
Based on the unforgettable characters from the original classic. A musical – comedy that takes Alice down the rabbit hole of the music industry. How far do you have to go to be a rock star? An original play by Isabel Smyth.
Tickets 200 pesos
at Tecolote Bookstore and Pura Vida
Doors open at 6:30
Show starts at 7:30
Dinner will be a delicious gluten free Lasagna with homemade pasta and garden fresh salad. Vegetarian available. too. We will do drink set ups with Virgin Margaritas and strawberry daiquiris, you bring your favorite drink to mix with it.