For the second time in history, the National Theater will transform into a cabaret to host one of the most acclaimed and awarded works of musical theater. It is Cabaret, a production of Teatro Espressivo that features a cast of 15 national actors and dancers, directed by Luis Carlos Vásquez, and an orchestra of 11 musicians. Set in Berlin in 1931, the play portrays the coexistence between the rise of Nazism and the bohemian life of the artists of the Kit Kat Klub, a place where anything is possible.
Tickets for Cabaret are already available and the final prices range from ¢15,000 to ¢40,000. Those who buy their tickets in advance, before November 1, will get a 10% discount. The performances will be only eight, from November 17 to 26, at the iconic National Theater. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see a play that has captivated millions of spectators around the world for its music, its dance and its message. For more information, visit www.espressivo.cr or call 2267-1818.