Teatro Nacional Rubén Darío

Address: 1A Avenida No, Managua Dept, Nicaragua

Latitude: 12.1581257

Longitude: -86.2726521

Time Zone: Mexico Time

Categories: Activities, Attraction, Culture

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The Rubén Darío Theater of Nicaraguan Culture is one of the most beautiful theatrical structures in the country, it counts with hundreds of seats and with many folklore dances, dramas, and musical expression events. It has been the house to many famous and recognized Latin American dancers, composers, artists, and choreographers.
The Rubén Darío National Theater was inaugurated in 1969. When the earthquake hit Managua in 1972 the theater was one of the few high buildings that did not collapse. The theater has been maintained in its original style, and this impressive building nowadays serves as the most important theater for shows and concerts.

The theater is a huge building, especially from Nicaraguan perspective. There are several rooms and halls where events take place. The big, stylish lobby functions as a place where conferences, book presentations, fashion shows, small concerts, and art presentations are held.

The Crystal Room on the second floor has been named after the two big, crystal chandeliers donated by the Spanish government when the theater was inaugurated. This room is well equipped for painting exhibitions, with dark walls and special lighting. The room can seat 350-400 people, and is therefore also used for small concerts and presentations.

The Main Hall is equipped with 1200 seats and a big stage. Here the main concerts and shows take place. The hall has great acoustics and many famous national and international dancers, singers, and actors have enjoyed these facilities.
This theater was built in 1969. It is considered one of the best theaters in Central America. Some experts affirm one the best in Latin America. Famous because of its acoustics and modern design. Events all over the year. Accesible prices.
Capacity for 1000 people with a central A/C and the best acustic in all Central America this theater is one of Nicaraguas pride also is very close to all popular places like the ancient cathedral of Managua, Central Park,The Cultural Palace and Precidential House.

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