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I went on December to see the Nutcracker and it only cost me 1.000CLP it was cheap and the seats were nice despite the fact that they were cheap, It was a Russian ballet and i got nothing more to say that it was wonderful...More
Originally inaugurated in 1857, the Teatro Municipal has suffered from fires and earthquakes, the most recent being a serious fire in 1927. Through it all, the building has been restored and modernized, and is said to have an opulent interior. It was declared a National...More
Because we wanted to see the theatre, we decided on very short notice to attend the opera Norma. We enjoyed the experience fully, assisted by the two line screen well above the stage which provided a Spanish translation of the Italian. We were able to...More
We saw Norma and we enjoyed the good performance. We were in the platea, some rows far from the scene, central seatings. I guess this made a big difference as I walked in other places on upper floors and the view and the quality seatings...More
Santiago seems to be a city where Arts and Culture find ready patronage amongst its residents- and what better way to experience this than the Municipal Theatre of Santiago, which is well known for its historic lineage, having been built in the 19th century, before...More
My plan is to never go back to this theater. We went to see The Nutcracker in December, which is summer time in Santiago, Chile:
1. We got there a max of 5 min late and were not allowed to get in until the intermission...More
Went to see The Magic Flute on Saturday and the performance was great. However the way in which the Head Manager treated us there was appalling and very upsetting. I bought the tickets in May for my friends 65th birthday so we had been looking...More
We had an evening free and purchased tickets for a Mozart concert the afternoon before the concert. The music was great! But the theater was the like an extra gift. It has either been well maintained or recently renovated. It is a joy to behold.
Wife loves this kind of touring, we have been in the old theater in/outside of Stockholm, we went in several places in Spain, on this trip and this was good.
Really not a bad seat in the house, it just depended on where you like...More
My husband and I bought obstructed view tickets to see La Traviata from the 4th level. We had just flown into Santiago on a redeye and were quite tired but the tickets were cheap and we wanted to see the theater anyway, so we went...More