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Costa Rica Theatrical show is a project for social inclusion

The stage of the Melico Salazar Popular Theater will host the theatrical show "Si nosotras fuéramos ellos" ("If we were them"), a production that...

Citing value of art, Culture Ministry criticizes budget cuts

Costa Rica’s 2021 budget cuts come in context of a growing economic crisis resulting, in part, from the coronavirus pandemic. 

Teatro Espressivo brings message of peace to National Theater anniversary

The theater’s anniversary celebrations also showcase this country’s generations of international residents, its rich yet accessible artistic traditions, and its historic commitment to peace.

‘The Dictator’s Granddaughter’ premieres in San José

Natalia Arias stars as a young woman trying to reconcile her childhood memories with some hard truths.

5 questions for a Costa Rican musician and artisan

"A notebook can be a door to thousands of worlds." Francisco Cascante chats with The Tico Times about his handmade notebooks and his other artistic facets.

5 questions for a Costa Rican puppeteer

Puppeteer Berny Abarca is making history as the producer of a new play that will tour China.

5 questions for Colombian storyteller Mauricio Grande – ‘We Latin Americans are made of words’

"Colombia is a very 'oral' country, and Latin America is a very 'oral' region. We Colombians ascribe great importance to the oral tradition. From that point of view, I'd say I have it in my DNA, as many Latin Americans do." -Mauricio Grande in our "Weekend Arts Spotlight"

Costa Rica’s 2015 National Culture Award winners

A look at the winners of Costa Rica's National Culture Awards - from novelists to documentarians to choreographers.

5 questions for Costa Rican actress Marian Li

The Tico Times talks to Costa Rican actress, singer, and dancer Marian Li.

Coffee fair, gospel concert, and other events around Costa Rica

A roundup of events taking place Jan. 22 - 29.

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