Costa Rica News – Costa Rica will be getting very much into the Christmas spirit over the next week. It begins this weekend and continues with the Festival de la Luz next weekend. The contagious Christmas spirit is not only in the tamales and carols, four theaters show their Christmas spirit this weekend with theater performances.
East of the capital, at the Teatro Espressivo, at the Mall of Curridabat Momentum Pinares presents A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
The work presents the always bitter Mr. Scrooge, while visited by three ghosts of Christmas. The assembly has special effects and music.
Performances are Sunday at 4 pm and 7 pm, admission ¢ 6,000 (general) and ¢ 4,000 (children), telephone information 2271-0905 and www.teatroespressivo.com.
Moving closer to the central canton of San Jose in San Pedro de Montes de Oca, Skene’s Theatre presents Operation Christmas . This comedy shows as a child begins to stop believing in Christmas, however, one of Santa’s reindeer will do everything possible for her to not lose the magic of believing in fantasy.
This production is presented Sunday at 4 pm, admission ¢ 3000, information in 2234-6294. Skene Theatre is located behind the Catholic church of San Pedro.
In the newly opened Teatro Flor Urbina, in the heart of Guadalupe, Goicoechea, Sunday will present the musical-theater production of A magical Christmas Fantasy.
The production blends the stories of reindeer Rudolph, famous for its red nose and the Grinch, original writer Theodor Seuss Geisel.
The function is scheduled for 4 pm, the entry has a value of ¢ 3,000 (adults) and ¢ 2,000 (children), the theater is located 500 meters east of Guadalupe Cemetery, information phone 6094-8555.
Finally, in downtown San Jose, at the Tricycle Theatre, will feature the play The Snow Ogre , Sunday at 2 pm
The theme of the play revolves around two elves who get in trouble with Santa, then break him an important piece of your gift factory. So they decide to take a trip to repair their mischief and save Christmas.
The entry has a value of ¢ 3,000, can request information phone 2222-2624.