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Fall crafts expo moved to auditorium

The fall edition of the Expo Chapala Artesenal (ECA) crafts fair will be held Friday, November 18 through Sunday, November 20 at the esplanade outside the Auditorio de la Ribera in La Floresta.


Old favorite opens Yuletide season

The Russian State Ballet Mari El was welcomed  Friday, November 11 at the Auditorio de la Ribera with its interpretation of the classic Tchaikovsky suite and ballet, “The Nutcracker.”  This troupe of young dancers is part of the Opera and Ballet Theater Sapaev and an obvious training ground for the more ambitious and polished Bolshoi.

Don’t miss 10th Art Fair

Entertainment will abound at the 10th Annual Feria Maestros del Arte running Friday November 18 through Sunday, November 20 at the Chapala Club de Yates (near the fish restaurants in Chapala).

Everyone’s the villain in LLT mystery farce  

Though it reportedly evolved through several adaptations, “No Clue, The Stage Play” showing at Lakeside Little Theatre from November 5 to 15, seems to have returned to its roots. The stylized acting, the color-coded characters and the bodies stacked like cordwood behind the library couch put one exactly in mind of the old board game Clue.

Third Millennium Film Fest to roll out red carpet

The seventh annual Tercer Milenio International Film Festival (FIC-TM) returns to the Lake Chapala region this year with an expanded program of activities that will run from Friday, November 11 through Monday, November 21 at four venues.

Counter tenor returns to native stage

“I always knew that I could sing in a high register when I wanted to because I used to mimic my soprano sister,” says Guadalajara-born counter tenor Santiago Cumplido del Castillo, who takes the stage at Auditorio de la Ribera del Lago in “The Tribute to Farinelli” on November 19. (Counter tenors sing in a typically female soprano range.)

‘Whodunit’ opens at Lakeside Little Theatre November 5

 

Veteran director Roseann Wilshere has put her own abilities of artistic improvisation to work on what she refers to as “an adaptation of a screenplay, adapted from the board game and adapted from the classic film “Murder by Death” adapted from “Ten Little Indians” by Agatha Christie.