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Theater Victor Romeo

Department: Managua

Municipality: Managua (view on map)

Type: Theaters



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The Theater 'Victor Romeo' is an alternative place in Managua where you can enjoy dances, theater, and music interpreted by Nicaraguan or foreign artists, professionals, students, and amateurs.

The theater has air conditioning and space for up to 100 spectators. Also, it has a stage equipped with lights and effects for presentations.

The theater is located in the Association of Contemporary Dance center. This association (recognized as a non-profit organization) aims to contribute to the artistic and cultural development in Nicaragua.

The theater is only one of the many activities managed by the association. Other activities include the following:

The School of Dance 'Espacio Abierto' gives classes to students who aspire to be professional dancers and to others who just want to learn Latin dances.

The International Dancing Festival, that takes place from August 14th to August 23rd, presents international artists from all over the world.

The Company of Contemporary Dance of Nicaragua makes professional presentations both inside and outside Nicaragua and has 25 years of artistic experience.

The Cultural Forum 'Art-Café' is a small bar where presentations like concerts are given.

The Cultural Journey 'La Calle es Otra' takes place during summer every Sunday starting February and ending in May. During this journey, the association makes music, gives dance presentations, sells handicrafts and performs other activities in the park 'Las Palmas'.

The Association is located next to the park 'Las Palmas', in Managua. Here you can also find the Theater Victor Romeo, the school of Dance 'Espacio Abierto', and the cultural bar 'Art Café'. You can find the cultural schedule in our Weekly Calendar.

Getting There

The theater is located near the historical center of Managua, in a neighborhood called "El Carmen". A common reference is the Montoya statue. The address is: Montoya statue, 3 blocks West, 50 meters North.