This theater is part of the Instituto Mexicano de Seguro Social's theatric infrastructure, which also includes theaters ... More
Teatro Guadalajara del IMSS
This theater is part of the Instituto Mexicano de Seguro Social's theatric infrastructure, which also includes theaters in Ciudad Guzman and Lagos de Moreno. The theater was innaugurated in 1962 with a production of Un Tigre a las Puertas. The theater features 566 seats and hosts comedies, children's shows, musical theater and concerts.
This theater was designed by Carlo Asparri in 1810 as part of the urban re evaluation program on Via Indipendenza,
already begun during the Napoleonic period, which destined this area to public entertainment. The facade and the interiors were ...
This small traditional square is part of the historic quarter and is also known as the Plaza Chica (Little Square).
The Teatro Nacional Sucre can be found here, one of the country's most important cultural venues. During the 17th ...
Guadalajara's most prestigious theatre, the building features a neo classical portico atop Corinthian columns and a marble relief of Apollo
and the Nine Muses. Inside, the walls are brimming with murals. A variety of dramatic arts are staged here ...