They recognize the trajectory of Saltillo actors at the Municipal Theater Festival

They recognize the trajectory of Saltillo actors at the Municipal Theater Festival

Last Friday, during the inauguration of the “Bertha Leticia Villalobos Delgado” Municipal Theater Festival, the Municipal Institute of Culture recognized the more than 50 years of experience of five performing artists, who from different trenches have contributed to strengthening the regional scene.

The event was held at the García Carrillo Theater Cultural Center, where the authorities handed out recognition plaques to the creators, in addition to paying post-mortem tribute to actor René Gil Morales, who passed away on March 20 and also exceeded five decades of uninterrupted work.

The winners were the actress Maria Elena Arreolawho turned 70 in the performing arts; Elba Ortiz Zapata, whose trajectory reaches 63; Susana Hernandez Zamudio with 53; the mime Jose Salaswho reached 51 this year; Homer Craig, known for his participation in “Las vampiras Morales y sus amores criminales”, with 50 dedicated to theater and Carlos Fuentes Aguirrewith 40 years of career on the tables.

He Municipal Theater Festival It will continue until Friday, March 31. This Wednesday the work will be presented “Elizabeth” of Ricardo Ordazwith the address of Arath Granados, at 8:00 p.m. in the theater corner; on thursday there will be a function of the montage “The indissoluble bond that unites me with you” of Margarita Alba Gamio, directed by Pablo Gonzalez Ortega at 8:00 p.m. at the Teatro Garnica and will close on Friday with “Deliver us from my mother-in-law, Amen!” written and directed by Clarissa Valdesat 8:00 p.m. at the García Carrillo Theater Cultural Center.

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At the end of this function, the event will close, where the verdict of the jury and the award for the Best Production, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress.


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