With a event hosted by Teté Coustarot and a musical closing by Nacha Guevara, the historic Teatro Regina has reopened its doors after an arduous process of renovation and restoration.
Among other things, they were present Mirtha Legrand, Anibal Pachano, Linda Peretz (president of the Casa del Teatro, which houses this historic room) Florencia de la V, Carlos Rottemberg, José María Muscari, Gabriela Acher, Thelma Biral, Teté Coustarot, Juan Palomino, Laura Novoa, Ana María Picchio, Javier Faroni, Iñaki Urlezaga, Ricardo Guazzardi, Virgina Lago, Ezequiel Cobo, Francisco Pesqueira, Lino Patalano and Enrique Avogadro, Minister of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires.
The guests They arrived between 7:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., when the official act began. The event brought together prominent personalities from culture and the arts, where they celebrated and toasted the recovery and enhancement of an emblematic hall of the city of Buenos Aires, located on Avenida Santa Fe at 1253 and who was Inaugurated in 1938.
The first to arrive, and also the first to leavesince he had to pick up his children from their taekwondo lessons, he was V flower.
Mirtha Legrand arrived just after 8:30 p.m. With his great friend Héctor Vidal Rivas. He posed for photos, gave brief statements to the press, then went up to the main room, where discovered a plaque with the theater reopening date.
The general management of this new Teatro Regina is entrusted to Ariel Perroti, CEO of Perrotti Producciones, who he has made it his mission, as he entrusted LA NACION, to preserve the original architecture of this emblematic art deco buildingbut with a completely renewed imprint.
Space, transformed into a theater complex, will offer more comfort and state-of-the-art technology and will offer cultural inclusion projects, workshops, schools and numerous training spaces. In addition, it will offer an attractive and diversified program that will include performances by commercial theatre, independent theatre, concerts and dance.
The billboard will be presented next Friday the 6th with the new show of Papa Brieva, the magician of time. Saturday 7 will be Anibal Pachano with so I come back and the sunday 8 Gabriela Acher with What does a girl like me do at such an age?
Inside, the refurbished main room (baptized the Mirtha Legrand Room) has 350 new seats, a larger and modernized stage with great versatility and 10 fully equipped changing rooms.
In addition, the place has a new room where you can take a historical journey through the origins of the room until today, ending in the foyer where they are exhibited two works by the famous Argentinian painter Benito Quinquela Martín giving an imposing frame to the entrance of the room.
The public will also be dazzled by a completely renewed façade: a new backlit marquee was installed, along with a highly visible LED screen. In addition, in this bet six blindex doors have been placed, having for the first time a space dedicated exclusively to the promotion and dissemination of the functions on the bill.
On the other hand, the theater box office is no longer inside, but has moved outside. In this way, access to the public is facilitated.