The Autonomous Organization of Culture (OAC) this Friday, May 26 at the Guimera Theater presents the musical ‘Broadway’, a show featuring humor that covers the history of mythological characters for the 21st century.
The Guimera Theatre, a venue dependent on the Autonomous Organization of Culture of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (OAC) presents this Friday, May 26 at 8:30 pm a Broadway musical show full of humor, music, tap dancing and authentic Andalusian salt. Sekhar.
The culture councilor of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Gladys de León, assures that “Broadway gives life to the icons of the world of cinema, music and entertainment in a musical that does not leave you indifferent”. De Leon recalls that “the show, which was a finalist in the Got Talent television competition, is full of talent and manages to make its audience laugh.”
Broadway will be represented on May 26 at 8:30 pm and to enjoy this musical, the theater offers to the audience tickets at prices between 16 and 19 euros, which can be returned at its box office or on its website www.teatroguimera can be taken. So, where you can also see the existing discounts for different groups. In addition, the theater has a telephone number 922 609 450 for any information.
Broadway is a musical filled with lots of music, tap dancing and Andalusian salarillo.
Can you imagine that Aladdin was from Cordoba and the Genie lived in a jug? What if Elsa only sang Pastora Solar’s songs in the Sierra de Granada? Or if Doctor Frankenstein was called Paco and created the perfect Andalusian monster? On Broadway, audiences will discover these and many more iconic stories as never before.
From great film classics like The Wizard of Oz, to musical greats like the Spice Girls or Lady Gaga, to Isreal Pantoja swimming in the sea of Cantora and Pastoralsa Solar singing Corazon Cangelado.
A journey through the history of these and other mythological characters from the perspective of the 21st century, where nothing is nor should be as they told us. Because let’s see: Who’s going to believe that Belle wants to get kidnapped in the castle with the Beast and the talking furniture? None!
And it’s all narrated by four Broadway beauties who come to parody everything. After winning the Gold Pass in the latest edition of Got Talent and having a season at the Teatro Lara, he said: “Nino, let’s go to the Teatro Guimera and we will premiere our Chow live in the Canary Islands.”