Cuban Theater Digital Archive

Teatro Trail

430 seats.

Bought by Marco Gómez in 1963, it was one of the theaters that showed movies in Spanish during the 1960s and 1970s. Actor-comedian Armando Roblán wrote, acted, and directed his famous political satires during the 1980s and 1990s. Upon his retirement, the theater was going to be demolished and Tony Wagner and Miguel Angel Abadía bought it, remodeled it, and moved Latin Quarter Cultural Center from Little Havana to this space. In 2011, Catarsis productions' owners Colombian actress Marisol Correa, and her partner, entrepreneur Jorge Angulo took over its management. Information on this last reopening available at Arturio Arias Polo, "El Teatro Trail abre sus puertas," El Nuevo Herald, Jan 20, 2011; reprinted in Artedfactus.

 

Notes:

430 seats.

Bought by Marco Gómez in 1963, it was one of the theaters that showed movies in Spanish during the 1960s and 1970s. Actor-comedian Armando Roblán wrote, acted, and directed his famous political satires during the 1980s and 1990s. Upon his retirement, the theater was going to be demolished and Tony Wagner and Miguel Angel Abadía bought it, remodeled it, and moved Latin Quarter Cultural Center from Little Havana to this space. In 2011, Catarsis productions' owners Colombian actress Marisol Correa, and her partner, entrepreneur Jorge Angulo took over its management. Information on this last reopening available at Arturio Arias Polo, "El Teatro Trail abre sus puertas," El Nuevo Herald, Jan 20, 2011; reprinted in Artedfactus.


Stages:

  • Sala Catarsis

  • Teatro Trail
    Seating: 431

Productions: +





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