Shakespearean ballet outdoor tango and other happenings around Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:Valentine’s Day, lyrical boleros, and other happenings around Costa Rica Design Festival, Marine Corps picnic, and other happenings around Costa Rica Christmas cheer, oxcart parades, and other happenings around Costa Rica Cowboys, coffee, and other happenings around Costa Rica Dance: “Romeo and Juliet”The age-old Shakespearean drama about star-crossed lovers receives a balletic interpretation, thanks to Prokoviev’s magnificent score. This touring Russian Classical Ballet production stars 35 individual dancers on the National Theater’s mainstage.“Romeo y Julieta” performs March 21 & 22 at the National Theater, downtown San José. Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 5 p.m. ₡17,000-47,000 ($35-135). Info: National Theater website.Life in Color“World’s Largest Paint Party” combines electronica music with exploding pigments at Pedregal.“Life in Color” takes place March 21 at the Pedregal Event Center, Belén. 3 p.m. ₡25,000 ($50). Info: SpecialTicket. Music: Beat KaestliThe sensual Swiss singer arrives in San Pedro to perform jazz standards.Beat Kaestli performs March 21 at Jazz Café, San Pedro. 10 p.m. Free. Info: Jazz Café website.Le Pique-NiqueFrench-style picnic hosted by the Alianza Francesa.Le Pique-Nique takes place March 22 in La Sabana Park, San José. 12 p.m. Free. Info: Alianza Francesa Facebook page.https://vimeo.com/16570483Film: “Vanishing of the Bees”Investigative journalist Maryam Henein presents her film about “colony collapse disorder,” a pandemic problem with global consequences. Narrated by Ellen Page with Spanish subtitles.“Vanishing of the Bees” screens at Finca Rosa Blanca, Heredia. 4 p.m. Info: Event Facebook page.Dance: Live Tango in the PlazaTango dancers converge on downtown San José, demonstrating Argentina’s sensual baile de amor.El Tango Vive la Plaza takes place March 25 in the Plaza de la Domacracia, downtown San José. 7:30 p.m. Free. Info: GamCultural.last_img read more