The theater will present its first play following strict sanitary guidelines next Friday, June 25.
-Eugene O'Neill photo -
Published Friday, June 18, 2021
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff
The Eugene O'Neill Theater reopens its doors for the public to enjoy plays after months of closing, due to the restrictions ordered by the Ministry of Health to stop the contagion of covid-19.
The theater located in Barrio Dent, San José Province, will present its first play following strict sanitary guidelines next Friday, June 25.
It will be the premiere of the play “Sfumato” written and directed by Juan Pablo Cambronero, with the participation of the independent theater company Eliella.
The name Sfumato refers to the painting technique developed by Leonardo da Vinci, who in his paintings achieved a blurred effect to his art.
The play stars the actors Andrea Oryza and Dennis Quirós. They give life to a woman named Roberta and a man named Lautaro. Both characters take the audience on a journey of memories.
Sfumato is a play that was selected for the closing of the Mendoza Theater Festival, which will take place in November in Argentina.
The play Sfumato will be shown on June 25 through 27, at 6:30 p.m. Ticket price is about $10 and must be purchased with the Sinpe system.
Call the theater line 2207 7561 for inquiries about the ticket purchase system.
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