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“Toxic loves”, in the Manzanero


“Toxic loves” will probably be introduced on the Manzanero

Los Chetos introduced yesterday on the Armando Manzanero theater their new play: “Toxic Amores”, whose solely efficiency will probably be provided on October 1 at 8 pm.

The theater begins to have extra motion after greater than a 12 months affected by the coronavirus, which triggered the closure of the boards.

Los Chetos be part of the totally different firms which are already again, they usually achieve this with a 100% acquainted staging, as they introduced yesterday at a press convention.

“Toxic Amores” is the title of the staging that will probably be introduced on October 1 at 8 pm on the Armando Manzanero theater (it will likely be a single efficiency).

The staging has the participation of Héctor “Cheto” Herrera, Don Cheto, Fernando “Sipitucho” Herrera, X’Chayita, Don Merex and Doña Chela.

Based on the solid, the story addresses the problem of appearances on social media, what folks present and which is commonly very totally different from how they’re in actual life.

As a part of the play, the actors pays tribute to Armando Manzanero, who died in 2020, performing a number of of his hits.

On the press convention it was emphasised that the staging may be very acquainted, that “even the smallest of the house” will have the ability to get pleasure from it.

As has been performed with different productions which have been introduced in latest months, the theater will probably be disinfected and sanitary measures will probably be utilized reminiscent of temperature taking, antibacterial gel and wholesome distance within the seats of the discussion board.

The one worth that will probably be dealt with is 150 pesos per particular person, in order that any space of ​​the theater could be occupied.

The play will final an hour and a half.

“Toxic Amores” will probably be recorded to later be broadcast on-line, the date of which will probably be introduced in the end.— Ilse Noh Canché

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