Coffee giant opens theater
A new theater called Teatro Espressivo Pinares opened on the eastern outskirts of San José in Curridabat, providing a venue for dance, theater and musical performances as well as corporate conferences, educational workshops and cinema.
The theatre seats 260 people and is located in the Momentum Pinares Mall. The theater project is headed by Steve Aronson, the founder of Café Britt, and aims to help bring a cultural and artistic center to the capital.
The christening performance was an April 16 concert by Costa Rican composer Manuel Obregón. A full lineup of performances and further information can be found at www.teatroespressivo.com
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