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Theater, cinema and music weekend

In auditoriums or virtual stages, national artists from different disciplines present activities for all tastes during this weekend. Theater, music, exhibitions and guided tours are some of the events scheduled.

A selection of 19 national and international groups make up the poster for the 2020 edition of the Festivalfff. The presentation of Tanque, Ricardo Pita, Munn, Mafiandina and other groups will be broadcast this Saturday and Sunday, via the festival’s website and social networks.

The Metropolitan Symphonic Band of Quito celebrates 30 years of experience with a concert of academic music and traditional Ecuadorian rhythms. The presentation takes place today, at 5:00 p.m., at the Sucre Theater. Access is free until 30% of the capacity is filled. The live broadcast will be through the Fundación Teatro Nacional Sucre pages on Facebook and YouTube.

Painting, drawing, collage, photography, objects and video art merge in the exhibition “Neotropical Fables” by Teo Monsalve. The sample, which invites you to speculate on the relationship between art and nature, is on display at No Lugar (Vicente León N9-40 and Esmeraldas, La Tola) until December 5, Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. You can go by appointment.

Marilú Vaca, Sonia del Cisne and Valentina Pacheco star in “I’m looking for the man of my life, I already had a husband”, at El Teatro del CCI. Monserrath Astudillo inaugurates the Christmas theatrical season with the stand up “La muy Señora Navidad”, at El Teatro del Scala Shopping. Both works are presented from Thursday to Saturday, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, at 6 p.m.

“The Tell-Tale Heart” is a blind virtual theater proposal, with a sound system that generates a 3D sensation. It is presented on Friday November 20 and 27 at 7:30 p.m.

The house of the Ecuadorian culture house, in Quito, will be the setting for “The house of crimes”. The group Dadá o Nada stages this immersive and interactive play that transforms the audience into the investigator of a police play set in the 19th century. The room will have three functions (3:00 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.), from Friday to Sunday, with limited capacity.

The Loja International Performing Arts Festival will feature 40 theater, dance, music and other performances until November 24. Some of the works will be broadcast live and others through the festival’s digital platforms and social networks.

About ten short films will be part of the exhibition “Women directors and animators”. The films will air for free this Thursday and Friday on the Ícaro TV channel on YouTube.

The film exhibition will continue next week at the fifth edition of the ECOador International Environmental Film Festival. From 24 to 29 November, 16 films can be viewed in free access on the festival site.

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