The show "We love Queen Tribute" will open on October 11 a season that includes theater, dance, music and magic that will end on December 15 with the Ballet of St. Petersburg and "The Sleeping Beauty" by Andrey Batalov.
The Councilor for Culture of the City of Lorca, María Ángeles Mazuecos, presented this morning the program of the Guerra Theater for the months of October, November and December: "a broad agenda that includes music, theater, flamenco, opera and ballet, activities for all tastes and ages. "
Mazuecos stressed that "once again the War Theater revives, is decorated and made available to Lorca and Culture in all its forms, a program that tries not to leave anyone indifferent within a wide range of shows."
The season will open on Friday, October 11, with music and will do with the show "We love Queen Tribute" in it, attendees will participate in an extravagant liturgy of exaltation to the life and work of Queen.
A week later, on Friday October 18, Contemporary Theatrical Productions will present the play "Copenhagen" by Michael Frayn under the direction of Claudio and that will bring to Lorca once again Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Carlos Hipólito and Malena Rodríguez.
On Friday, October 25, more theater with the performance of "The Colonel has no one to write" and under the direction of Carlos Saura.
Imanol Arias, Cristina de Inza, David Pinilla, Fran Calvo and Marta Molina will give life to the characters in the novel by Gabriel García Márquez.
On Thursday, October 31, the entire family will be able to enjoy the show "Los 7 cabritillos" by the Pupaclown Company, in a version by Juan Pedro Romera.
The programming for the month of November begins with magic and the show of the magician Yunke titled "Hangar 52. Classified Illusions", FISM 2018 World Prize and World Magic Championship.
On November 7, 8 and 9 flamenco will rise to the tables of the War with the XXIX Flamenco Festival 'Ciudad del Sol', organized by the Peña Cultural Flamenca de Lorca.
On Tuesday, November 12, in the children's program, it will be the turn of the English play "Snow White, Snow White", a recommended function for children from 3 to 11 years old, included in the concerted activities with the centers school
On Thursday, November 14, Alquibla Teatro & Campoy Producciones will represent "Háblame", by Fulgencio M. Lax, María Garralón, Mariola Fuentes and Víctor Palmero under the direction of Juan Pedro Campoy.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, November 19, Opera 2001 presents "La Traviata" by Giuseppe Verdi and the baton of Martín Mázik.
On Saturday, November 30, the actors Javier Gutiérrez, Cristina Castaño, Armando Buika, Xabier Murúa and Quique Fernández will be in Lorca to represent "Who is Mr. Schmitt?", Versioned and directed by Sergio Perís-Mencheta.
For Wednesday, December 4, there will again be a family theater in charge of the Drilo gang with the play "Sim Saladín" and lyrics and music by Andrés Meseguer.
On Friday, December 13, you can enjoy other highlights of this program, with the play "Mariana Pineda" by Federico García Lorca and the direction and adaptation of Javier Hernández-Simón.
A performance performed by actors such as Laia Marrull, winner of three Goya Awards, Álex Gadea, Aurora Herrero, Ã“scar Zafra, Fernando Huesca, Ana Azorín, Marta Gómez, Silvana Navas and José Fernández.
The program will come to an end on Sunday December 15, it will be the turn of the Ballet and the show "Sleeping Beauty" by Andrey Batalov that will bring to Lorca the Ballet of St. Petersburg, with the music of Piotr Chaikovsky and the choreography of Marius Petipá .
Tickets can be purchased through the Internet at www.teatroguerralorca.org, www.lorca.es/teatroguerra and www.bacantix.com starting next Monday, July 22.
At the box offices of Teatro Guerra (Plaza Calderón de la Barca) can be purchased from Monday, September 2, Monday through Friday from 11 am to 2 pm and in the afternoon from Monday to Thursday from 6 pm to 8 pm.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca