The second quarter of the year will begin with music at the Teatro Juan Bravo de la Diputación and practically with music the auditorium plans to say goodbye until a new season, whose director, Marco Antonio Costa, this morning accompanied the deputy for Culture, Youth and Sports, José María Bravo, in the presentation of the programming for the months of April, May and June. "It will be a quarter marked by good melodies, to have some joy in these rare days and, we hope, also to celebrate that the show can continue and that safe culture can be made," said José María Bravo, announcing that April will begin with postponed performances by The Cuban Jazz Syndicate, Mike Sánchez and Red House, who will compose a new cycle of 'The best jazz, blues, rock and soul' on April 8,9, 10 and XNUMX.
Since the theater's objectives include attracting all types of audiences, a few days later these genres, more typical of the American musical spectrum, will give way to Castilian folk and the arrival of Celtas Cortos on the Juan Bravo stage, who, like explained the vice-president of the Provincial Council "they will try to honor, in a certain way, with their music and their presence, the name of the Theater, since with their concert, scheduled for April 23, the Provincial Council intends to contribute to commemorate the half thousand years that have passed since Juan Bravo led the revolt of the Comuneros ".
The music, which as detailed by both José María Bravo and Marco Antonio Costa, will be the metronome that marks the passage of spring in the Theater, will continue its poster on May 14 with a group like M-Clan, which despite having passed the two decades on stage always seem to be current, and the next day with Nil Moliner, one of the pop composers with the greatest projection at the moment on the national music scene. The Plaerdemavida Ensemble, of zarzuela and Spanish concert song, will finish closing the purely musical proposals aimed at adult audiences on May 30.
And it is that, as regards the theatrical field, the assembly 'Horror, the show that should never be done', a tribute to 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', also promises to make the followers of this cult film of series B, as explained by the deputy, who in the specific section for family and children also made it known that the show by the Other's Band, 'Yeehaw!', which combines circus and music, and planned for months ago, it was rescheduled for May 2 when the health situation forced a restructuring of the Juan Bravo calendar.
"Looking at the programming for this quarter, many of the theater's regular spectators will realize that there are titles or performances already announced some time ago", affirmed José María Bravo, adding that "this is nothing more than a reflection of the important work carried out by the institution and the Theater Directorate to talk with the companies and readjust everything, in order not to deprive our audience of the opportunity to see some productions that had generated a lot of expectation and that had to be canceled due to the worsening of the health situation ". Among them, the long-awaited 'María's room', with Concha Velasco at the helm, which, if nothing prevents it, will finally visit the Segovian theater on May 8 or the improvised theater piece 'Jardines', which will go up to the Juan Bravo tables a day before, on May 7.
Regarding the theatrical novelties that had not been announced until today, José María Bravo highlighted Gabino Diego's visit on May 1 with 'Los mojigatos' and the trip in 'Bla bla coche' led by Pablo Carbonell on May 21 May. In addition, the works 'Headliners' on April 17, 'Gruyère' on May 9 and 'Comedians', on May 29, will complete the theatrical programming for adult audiences in a quarter in which there will also be days dedicated to the youngest, who, in addition to attending the aforementioned 'Yeehaw!', may also take their older brothers, parents, uncles or grandparents to the pieces 'Acrobat and Harlequin' on April 16, based on Picasso's circus, 'The Color Monster' on April 25 and 'The Extraordinary Story of the Cow Margarita' on May 23.
Once again, both the deputy and the director of the Theater pointed out that "they have tried to set prices for tickets affordable for all budgets" which, in the case of performances for the elderly, will range between 7 and 25 euros depending on of the show, the location in the room and the ages of the spectators, and in the case of performances aimed at children, they will vary between 5 and 10 euros. The sale, which will be segmented again in order to avoid refunds in the event that the situation forces the Theater to close again, will begin tomorrow, both at the box office and on the Tickentradas platform, for the shows scheduled in April and for those performances scheduled in May will not begin until April 21.
To all this programming, the Juan Bravo Theater will add, in principle, on April 11, the dance gala of Los Comuneros of the group La Esteva, whose proceeds will go to the AECC, and other institutional or solidarity events that will take place during the month of June.
Source: Diputación de Segovia