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Mefisto wins Theater Award

The group Mefisto, from Havana, won the Grand Award at the 2006 Theater Festival of Camagüey, held in the eastern Cuban province of the same name. Read More

National Theater Festival: Far Beyond the Awards

We won't speak of awards, we will speak of shows. The awards, of course, they are important; but, according to an old saying, far more important than winning is competing. Awards in art, regardless the prestige and honesty of any jury, are used to being a very subjective issue. Read More

Theater City

In a crowded Principal Theater, the group Buendía presented Charenton, montage of Flora Lauten from the text Marat Sade, of Peter Weiss. Here theres a strong nominee to the Great Award of the Festival. Read More

Ebony and Ivory: the gathering of two Cuban greatest divas

Attending a rendezvous between Candita Batista and Rosa Fornés is always a party for the sensibility, as happened recently here in one of the activities, in occasion of the XI National Festival of Theatre. Read More

Scandal in La Trapa: an interesting suggestion at Camagueys Theater Festival 2006

<div align="left">Unexpected revelations in a 19th century French convent and in Baracoa, eastern Cuba are told in the play &quot;Scandal in La Trapa&quot;, that will be on stage Tuesday and Wednesday in Camagueys Theater Festival 2006. </div><p align="left">The Havana-based actors company Mefisto will perform the play, written by José R. Brene, one of the most important contemporary playwrights in Cuba and author of other dramas such as Santa Camila de La Habana Vieja. Read More

In Turkey, Abel González Melo's work

Semaver Theatre Company has staged in Istanbul the play Chamaco by novel Cuban playwright Abel González Melo Read More

The Legionary, 10 years later

The Legionary at Hubert de Blanck ward, in order to celebrate the 15 years of the Company directed by Orieta Medina and the 10 years of that premiere. Read More

Frank Castorf, the Thankful Rebel

<p align="left">By Pedro de la Hoz<p align="left">&nbsp;<div align="left"> Theater goers of diverse tastes call him the enfant terrible. Academic critics, comfortable with postmodernism, classify him as a master deconstructionist. But Frank Castorf makes a mockery of labels. </div>&nbsp; Read More

Announcing official selection for Camagüey 's Theatre Festival

Most important Cubas theatre event runs October 12 - 22 at its regular venue in the province of Camagüey. Read More

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