Prepare your weekend agenda, en route through the theaters of Puerto Rico.
“Magic and Memories”
The ilusionist Jorge Noda will evoke the most memorable moments in the life of each spectator through a unique experience, this Saturday, September 2 from 8:30 p.m. at the Yaguez Theater in Mayaguez, with the show “Magia y Recuerdos”.
The illusionist, who has a career of more than 20 years, has been working on this show for nearly two years, which is why he assures that he will captivate the audience, taking them on “an emotional journey through the most momentous moments of his life.” This magician ensures that viewers will live a unique and unforgettable experience, as they will discover the secrets behind the human mind.
For Jorge Noda, magic is his greatest passion, his life, which is why he executes this art with discipline and dedication. “I started at about the age of five or six with a magic ‘kit’, arousing curiosity for this art. Then, seeing the shows of the famous illusionist David Cooperfield, I knew I wanted to be a magician. That is why I am convinced that everything in life begins with a dream. I was self-taught and started buying magic sets at a store called Abracadabra. When I grew up I made some contacts and bought books and the famous VHS tapes that helped me learn other things… And since necessity is the mother of invention, not having a mentor, I created my actions. I enjoyed the process, which was tedious and I suffered, because I lacked many resources. That is what today makes me appreciate magic more, what I do,” he recalled.
The illusionist plans to take his show, produced by Nelson Castro, on tour around the island, which he will announce later. Tickets for “Magic and Memories” are available at Ticketera.
“Adolescents, the work”
The producer and announcer Jorge Pabon “Molusco” will arrive at theater accompanied -for the first time- by his children Ocean and Paulafor the theatrical version of “Adolescente”, the podcast which has enjoyed great popularity among adults and young people since its launch at the beginning of the year.
“Adolescente, the work” already has a completely sold-out date in the Caguas Fine Arts Centerfor Saturday, September 2, and new functions have been added for September 3, 9, 10 and 16.
“Adolescent, the work” is a family comedy, written and directed by Carlos Vegawhich presents the everyday occurrences and situations that a forty-year-old single father experiences in his home with two teenagers.
“The comedy has a very beautiful message. Just as they do with the podcast that the family has come together to see us, with this play they are going to say, let’s get together as a family and this world is full… and we have to unite as a family because family is everything. Family is the one that supports you and tells you the truth to your face. We are doing this play for the whole world to go. That’s why it’s family friendly and PG. They should go to make them laugh a little, because not everything is crying, “Ocean mentioned.
The cast of the comedy is made up of Ali Warrington, Norwill Fragoso, Robert “Fantacuca” Maldonado, Naymed Calzada, Louis Arroyo and Rossana Pabonwho come together to be a fundamental piece in an evening in which there will be no shortage of laughter.
Tickets for “Adolescente, the play” are available on the platform www.molusco.com.
Production, based on tragedy that occurred in Ponce during the early hours of Monday, October 7, 1985will go on stage on September 2 and 3 at the Santurce Fine Arts Center, on duty at 8:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively.
This theatrical production, written by Father Orlando Lugo Perezauthor of the successful “Charlie, The Musical”, recalls the events of the early morning of Monday, October 7, 1985, in Mameyes, the mountain in the sector of the La Cantera neighborhood, in Ponce, where intense downpours caused by a tropical wave undermined its foundations until it collapsed just at 3:30 in the morning. This led to a balance of approximately 130 deaths and 300 other victims, many of whom could never be rescued from the place, becoming one of the worst landslides in the history of Puerto Rico.
Those interested in buying tickets can now do so through the platform Ticket holder and at the Santurce Fine Arts Center ticket office (787) 620-4444.
“Up to the tits 2023!”
The political parody of Wilda Rodriguez returns to Monero Cafe-Teatro y Bar with more than twenty musical arrangements about the political and social situation of the country. The appointment will be on September 1 at 8:00 pm and September 3 at 4:00 pm. Tickets are available at Ticketera.
“Para’o Sin Manitas”
For the first time Jasond Calderon will be presenting his “standup comedy”, “For’o without handymen.” This “standup” will take us through the stories of his life from his childhood to the present, where his parodies and his hands have been part of his life without realizing it. He will tell us in his own peculiar way how his process in the media has been one of successes and failures. The performances are on September 2 and 3, at 8:30 pm and 6:00 pm, respectively, at the Braulio Castillo Theater in Bayamon. Tickets are on sale through molusco.com.