Several Costa Rican institutions are offering cultural activities during Semana Santa (Easter Holy Week).
A staging of Charles Dickens' classic tale of Christmas transformation will return to Teatro Espressivo, Curridabat.
"We couldn't be more delighted, because history has repeated itself and the Little Theatre Group's dream has come true again. It materialized this past August in the form of a large house and huge garden in San Rafael, Escazú," said longtime board member Ann Antkiw.
The original play shows three characters entering the afterlife: they are brought to a room together, which appears to be hell, and are locked inside by a mysterious valet. They gradually realize that they have been brought together as punishment: they will inevitably make each other miserable.
The show, now being staged at Espressivo Theater in the eastern San José suburb of Curridabat, tells the story of a young pair of star-crossed lovers - at least, that's what they think they are.
El Grupo Crono could have picked any play, in any language, from any part of the world, but they picked one of the most challenging titles in the canon: “Waiting for Godot” will present its second and final performance at the National Theater on Sunday evening.
In a career spanning three decades, the San José native has become an accomplished poet, playwright, and actress – and she can even deliver a good zinger.
Set in rural Spain in the first part of the 20th century, “Blood Wedding” concerns a love triangle between an unnamed bride, an unnamed groom, and a seductive interloper named Leonardo Felix.
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