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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.

Day of the Dead activities commence

Chapala area expats will have the opportunity to share the commemoration of the Day of the Dead with their Mexican neighbors at a series of special public events starting next weekend.

Crafts Fair runs through this weekend

Chapala area artisans are offering their wares at a special edition of the Expo Chapala Artesanal (ECA) craft fair coinciding with the October 20 through 23 Pan American Games water ski competition. The big assortment of goods sold at bargain prices is on display daily, 10 a.m. to sundown, at La Vela plaza at the west end of the Chapala Malecon.

Song & dance from Chile in Chapala

Chile’s renowned children’s folklore company Los Maipucitos is slated for an appearance in Chapala on Thursday, October 27 as part of a two-week tour of Jalisco.

Lakeside Little Theatre stirs up foody farce for season opener 

It was light and airy, silly and slick – just the right recipe for Lakeside Little Theatre’s (LLT) 47th season opener on October 1.  Written by Caroline Smith and directed by Roger Tredway, “The Kitchen Witches” was an audience grabber from the get-go.