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Tonight – 9:00 p.m.


by Juan Martin Delgado and Francisco Martinez Castro

“La Desgracia” is a Police-style Musical Theater play (with a Live Band) with caricature characters and politically incorrect humor.

It goes out of the ordinary and transcends the margins. This work has the peculiarity of enchanting viewers who are not used to it, and even those who are far from the genre, managing to create a comic, critical and satirical world for 90 minutes where viewers will not be able to leave their seats.

Synopsis: A terrible deadly disease arrives in the town of Newfoundland, sowing panic in all its inhabitants. The scandal is evidenced when Anita, the mayor’s daughter, is admitted to a medical room for being infected. The only doctor in town works hard with his nurse Nora to find the cure.

A mysterious murder, ideological fanaticism, corruption, religion, frustrated love and guilt are some of the ingredients that weave through farce, parody and at a dizzying pace, the plot of this hilarious work; with songs that reveal the deepest and most sincere desires of its main protagonists.

Cast made up entirely of local artists (13 Actresses and Actors + 7 Musicians on stage)

Plataeas: $2,600.

Lower boxes: $2,200.

1st floor boxes: $2,000.

2nd floor boxes: $1,800.


Retirees, and students of the Theater School: 25% discount.

* Promotions are only for the theater ticket office.

Friday 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Symphony Concert

Under the direction of its titular teacher Luis Belforte and the participation of the cello soloist Esdras Campos Kalaidjian. A program by two German composers will be performed. Beethoven as a referent of classicism and Schuman of German romanticism.

The works to be performed will be: Concerto for cello and orchestra in A minor, Op.129 by Robert Schumann and Symphony No. 3 in E flat Major, Op.55 (Eroica) by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Plastic artists Beatriz de la Torre and Mercedes González Cané will exhibit their works in the foyer of the Municipal Theater.

Silver: $400.

Lower boxes: $400.

1st and 2nd floor boxes: $300.


Retirees, pensioners, students: 25% discount.

* Promotions are only for the theater ticket office.

Saturday 5:00 p.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Open rehearsal- Ballet del Sur

The dance company continues to make its creation and staging processes visible with a didactic approach.

On this occasion, the director Luis Miguel Zuñiga will rehearse fragments of the program to be released in October with the dance corps.

With a didactic approach, the Ballet del Sur will share with the public what the creative processes are like through the work with contemporary language.

Tickets are free, with limited space and can be reserved by entering the website.

No need to remove location. The designation of places is on a first-come, first-served basis.

-Saturday 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

The Tango Toy

The concert brings together several attractions in addition to the premiere of their new repertoire with a renewed line-up.

From their presentation concerts in 2019, in various venues in Bahía Blanca (Argentina), their city of origin, they immediately showed that they have a mature and very unique style to revisit tango and other popular music. They work with their own sounds. Selecting his repertoire with arrangements of referents of the genre.

From improvisation as a playful axis, they explore various musical forms, bringing into play technical elements of rock and contemporary popular music. Since then, they have generated a very special empathy with the audiences that follow them.

The Tango Toy formed by:

Rubén Cordi on voice, Federico Kuperman on double bass and Luciano Pipig on piano, incorporates Diego Casoni on clarinet and Javier Stromann on bandoneon in this new stage.

General admission: $2,000.


Retirees, pensioners, art school students: 25% discount.

* Promotions are only for theater ticket office

Thursday 10 p.m. – 9 p.m.


Huella Sureña invites you to celebrate its 50th anniversary at the Municipal Theater on a special night where we will tour the south of our Argentina through the four dance groups of our institution and the southern singers Karen Arranz and Alejandro Lavigne.

General admission: $1000.

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