Community cultural events
All events at the Centro Cultural Ajijic, The Antigua Presidencia de Chapala and the Centro Cultural Gonzalez Gallo in Chapala have been suspended until further notice.
BRAVO! Theatre has cancelled the final four performances of “The Book of Will” due to concern for the health of their audiences, staff, cast and crew. The show is cancelled — not postponed — because the period costumes were on loan from a theater in Ottawa and must be returned next week.
BRAVO! Theatre appreciates the support (financial, physical and emotional) during its first year in Riberas del Pilar and will be grateful for your continued assistance.
If you are feeling especially generous, Littlejohn will discuss how you could become a sponsor or producer of one of the shows for next season.
If you have a pre-purchased ticket for “The Book of Will,” would you please consider that a donation? Or, if you would like a refund, contact Littlejohn, who will also be at the theater on the dates and times of performances to make sure everyone is taken care of.
All shows at the Spotlight Club have been cancelled until further notice.
LCS Blues Fest
The Blues Fest that was scheduled for Saturday, March 21 has been cancelled.
Pop-up Art Show
The Pop Up Art Show scheduled for Saturday, March 21 on Emiliano Zapata 46 in Ajijic, is cancelled. It may be rescheduled. You can still view art by Sannon Kilkenny at her studio by appointment only. Call 376-766-0433.
A tribute to recently deceased lakeside musician Jimmy Barto to be held at La Bodega, Tuesday, March 24, has been cancelled
Film Aficionados has been cancelled until further notice.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Lakeside Little Theatre’s obligation to the safety of its patrons and theater community, LLT will be closed for performances until April 9.
Performances of “The Actress” will now be offered April 10 through 19. If you have tickets for the show, originally scheduled for March 27 through April 5, your ticket will be applied to the same day of the show with the new dates. For example, if you have tickets for the second Friday that would now mean your ticket is valid for April 17.
LLT will also postpone National Theatre Live screening of “Small Island” to a later date, to be announced.
LLT recently announced auditions for a Shakespeare event, originally scheduled to perform April 17, 18 and 19. This show will be rescheduled and new performance dates will be listed shortly.
The board of Lakeside Little Theatre is grateful to all those attending LLT productions, and is confident you will return once they are able to open the doors again.
Bare Stage Theatre
Bare Stage will postpone the performances of “These Shining Lives,” originally scheduled for March 27, 28 and 29. Roseann Wilshere (artistic director) and the Bare Stage team — Emily Crocker (reservations), Kathleen Morris (facility), Arleen Pace (associate artistic director) and Roxanne Rosenblatt (publicity) — will make a further evaluation before mid-April on the virus situation and keep their audiences informed at facebook/Bare Stage Theatre Mexico, in this newspaper and via email.
The team appreciates your understanding and your support, and hopes that the virus crisis diminishes rapidly.
The Lake Chapala Community Orchestra has postponed concerts, scheduled for March 29 and 30 at the Lakeside Presbyterian Church in order to look out for the health and safety of the audience and musicians. The concerts will be rescheduled once the health crisis has been resolved.
A planned production of Abby Rivera singing Country and Western songs at Janelle’s Garden April 1 and 2 has been cancelled.