Built in 1926, The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre has seen its fair share of glory days and hard times. Having changed many ... More
Ricardo Montalbán Theatre
Built in 1926, The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre has seen its fair share of glory days and hard times. Having changed many hands and undergone several “christenings”, it is now a glitzy spot, where many productions come to life. Latin culture comes to the fore in the form of seminars and workshops, thanks to Star Trek actor-owner Ricardo Montalbán. Should you be here during the Christmas season, you might just catch a special nativity play or two. With a 1,038 seating space and a beautiful facade, it is visually appealing, and the productions staged here compliment the package.
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