It is named after revolutionary hero and dissident Julio Antonio Mella, assassinated in Mexico in 1929 under orders of then ... More
It is named after revolutionary hero and dissident Julio Antonio Mella, assassinated in Mexico in 1929 under orders of then Cuban dictator Gerardo Machado. This is a modern building with a conventional stage and seating for 1475 attendees. It hosts a variety of shows, from cabaret to recitals as well as theatre performances. The venue is also home to the Conjunto Folklórico Nacional (National Folk Group), which organises a "peña" or folk club ever Saturday from 3pm onwards. In the theatre's foyer there is a small gallery displaying work by Tina Modotti, famous Italian photographer and communist, and companion to Julio Mella up until his premature demise. Shows: Friday-Saturday 8:30 p.m. and Sunday 5 p.m.
...Visit the �Mella Theater� is a wonderful and exciting experience. Its variety of shows from cabaret to recitals including theatre performances; is an awesome Cuban enjoyment, impossible to forget�I would like to thank to Miriam Morales, Okantomin Group�s Producer for her attendance, dedication and extraordinary work...
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