Santa Fe offers a weekend full of cultural activities for all tastes

Santa Fe offers a weekend full of cultural activities for all tastes
Santa Fe offers a weekend full of cultural activities for all tastes

Friday 6/21/2024

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Santa Fe dresses up this weekend with a varied and exciting cultural offer. From the evocation of the poetry and music of Homero Manzi to contemporary comedies and electronic parties, the city offers something for everyone

June 21

On Friday, June 21, at 9:00 p.m., the LOA stage, Espacio AGM, will be filled with the magic and poetry of tango with the play “Manzi. La vida en Orsai.” This show, created by Bernardo Carey, Betty Gambartes and Diego Vila, revives the figure of Homero Manzi, the famous poet who wrote the lyrics of immortal tangos such as “Sur”, “Malena” and “Barrio de tango”.

Through a dreamlike and musical journey, the work explores Manzi’s life from his beginnings with Cátulo Castillo, through his friendship with Aníbal Troilo, to his secret relationship with the singer Nelly Omar. The plot focuses on the moment when Manzi learns of his cancer diagnosis, unleashing a magical evocation full of ghosts from the past. This show promises an evening full of passion, love and music, in a tribute to one of the greats of tango.

The show is almost an autobiography of the actor Chichilo Viale, who from his perspective, “obviously that of humor,” recounts passages from his childhood to the present day.

From school, the neighborhood, anecdotes as a teenager and even his life as a couple, Chichilo tells us a story worthy of a comedy, with a parade of characters, who are not physically on stage, but appear in the viewer’s mind thanks to to the actor’s craft.

An ordinary Jew at the Luz y Fuerza Theater

Gerardo Romano continues with An Ordinary Jew, the controversial work by Charles Lewinsky, which raises the big question: what does it mean to be an ordinary Jew in today’s world?

The show reflects the conflict that a German Jew living in Germany must resolve when he receives an invitation from a high school History teacher, whose students, after studying the Holocaust and Nazism, want to meet and see in person… a Jew. !

It is then that the protagonist reviews the main points of argument why he considers that he should not accept the invitation and presents his vision on the contemporary problems of Jews outside of Israel and on the specific problems that life in Israel poses for a Jew. a country whose population lives under the psychological weight of the consequences of Nazism.

Sick Dog Tribes, the best tribute to Aerosmith, with all the classics of the band led by Steven Tyler. Free entry.

Play and create in La Redonda, Art and Everyday Life

June 22nd

“Locked up. We come out better from this” in LOA, Espacio AGM

At 8:00 p.m., LOA, Espacio AGM, will open its doors for the premiere of “Locked up. We come out better from this”, a comedy written by Santa Fe journalists Juan Manuel Berlanga and Maximiliano Ahumada. The work tells the story of the Cortipasta family during Mandatory Preventive Social Isolation in Argentina.

With a humorous tone, the comedy addresses current topics such as video calls, conspiracy theories, and life in quarantine, reflecting the experiences of many Argentine families during the pandemic. The combination of absurd situations and the socio-cultural reality of the country promises laughter and reflection for all attendees.

At 11:59 p.m., Tribus will be the scene of the second edition of the Polenta Festival. After the success of its first edition in April, Polenta returns to offer an unforgettable night that combines the best of electronic, urban and pop music. This party has become a phenomenon thanks to its innovative visual and technical approach.

Polenta is more than a party; It is an experience where each attendee becomes a protagonist. Diversity and free spirit are the pillars of this event, making each night a unique story to tell. If you are looking to enjoy, dance and have a good time, Polenta is the right place.

Tribus will be the scene of the second edition of the Polenta Festival

June 23

On Sunday, June 23, Santa Fe offers a variety of events to close the weekend on a high note.

“The moon that gave birth to you” in LOA, Espacio AGM

At 6:00 p.m., LOA, Espacio AGM will present the play “The moon that gave birth to you.” Six actors will display a series of behaviors based on the signs of the zodiac, focusing on the most disordered parts of our emotional being. The work invites the public to learn about their natal moon and understand how it influences our relationships and emotional responses. It is an exploration of astrology with a fun and thoughtful approach, ideal for those interested in self-knowledge and interpersonal dynamics.

Tribute to Abel Pintos Symphonic-Choral at the Paco Urondo Provincial Cultural Center

At 8:00 p.m., the Paco Urondo Provincial Cultural Center (Junín 2457) will be the scene of the Tribute to Abel Pintos Sinfónico-Coral. This concert, which brings together the La Merced Polyphonic Choir, the La Merced Symphony Orchestra and a band of guest musicians, along with the voice of soloist Iván Visconti, promises to be an unforgettable musical experience.

The event is a tribute to the renowned Argentine singer-songwriter Abel Pintos and will feature symphonic and choral arrangements that will add a new dimension to his most emblematic songs. In addition, it is an opportunity to collaborate with noble causes, since everything raised will go to Acupa Santa Fe, Centro Conin Recreo and Fundación Regazo, organizations that support people in vulnerable situations.

Recreational Activities for Families: June 21 and 22

For those looking for family activities, Santa Fe offers free and recreational options:

Play at El Molino, Cultural Factory

On June 21 and 22, El Molino, Fábrica Cultural will open its doors to play, a play and creation space designed to be enjoyed with the family. Admission is free, and activities are not suspended due to rain, guaranteeing fun regardless of the weather.

Play and create in La Redonda, Art and Everyday Life

Simultaneously, La Redonda, Arte y Vida Cotidiana will also be open to play and create. With multiple proposals to enjoy with the family, this space invites creativity and play in a cozy atmosphere. As in El Molino, entry is free, and the activities continue despite the weather conditions.

 
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