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Theater, dance, concerts and cultural festivals in Mazatlan

Visit culturamazatlan.comMazatlan Movie Theater DirectoryOur Mazatlan Spring and Summer events calendar is packed with some of the best theater, dance, concerts and performance art and entertainment anywhere in Mexico, and builds upon the success of the 2013 festival season.

2013 saw the presentation of a breathtaking range of plays and other theatrical works by over a dozen theater companies from Brazil, Chile, France, Italy, Switzerland and, of course, Mexico.

Mazatlan cultural events in 2013 also included a massive calendar of musical performances ranging from opera to ballet, folk and contemporary dance and pop and symphonic concerts that were part of Festival Cultura Mazatlan 2013 and the 2013 Sinaloa Cultural Festival.

Mazatlan 2014 Spring Cultural Festival Temporada PrimaveraRunning from March to July, Temporada Primavera 2014 -- the 2014 Spring Cultural Festival in Mazatlan -- promises to be even better!

The line up of 66 theater, dance and concert performances has an international flavor and something for everyone -- from sophisticated performing arts connoisseurs to young children!

Primarily staged in venues throughout Mazatlan’s beautiful Centro Historico -- particularly the Angela Peralta Theater and Casa Haas -- many highlights of 2014 cultural and performance season are free, and the others very reasonably priced!

About buying tickets and getting passes to free performances

Tickets for both performances at the Angela Peralta Theater and free events at other venues can be obtained at the Angela Peralta Theater ticket office just off the Plaza Machado in the Centro Historico.

Ticket Office hours are 9am to 3pm and 5pm to 7pm.

Telephone 622 982 4446 (Ext 103 for English), credit cards accepted.

Free event note

Most free events still require a (free) ticket -- which are available at the ticket office.

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Ni princesas ni esclavas
Spanish language cabaret theater / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Thursday May 8 and Friday May 9 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

Ni princesas ni esclavas (Neither princesses nor slaves) is a new Spanish language cabaret-style comedy written by Humberto Robles. Staged by Grupo La Bestia, three women -- a housewife, a sex worker and an intellectual -- deliver three monologues discussing the advantages and disadvantages of being a woman.

Concurso Internacional de Canto Sinaloa 2014
Sinaloa opera contest finals / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Friday May 9, 2014 / 8pm
Angela Peralta Theater / Centro Historico / 150 - 300 pesos

The annual Sinaloa opera contest finals are staged at the Angela Peralta Theater. This year's event -- Concurso Internacional de Canto Sinaloa 2014 -- will be overseen by Maestro Enrique Patrón de Rueda. These young singers compete not just for fame, but real money! The audience gets to vote along with the judges. Last year's winner was Mazatleca soprano Penélope Luna. A fun evening and you, the audience, get to participate directly in the excitement!

Vagina Monologues (Los Monologos de la Vagina)
Stage Play / Mazatlan Theater Performance
Friday May 16, 2014 / Dinner Theater
Jonathon Boutique Hotel / Centro Historico

The Vagina Monologues is a play written by Eve Ensler that was first staged in 1996.

The play consists of a varying number of monologues read by a varying number of actresses. Initially Eve Ensler performed all of the monologues herself, with subsequent performances featuring several actresses, and more recent stagings presenting a different actress for each monologue.

Each monologue deals with a different aspect of the feminine experience including sex, love, rape, menstruation, female genital mutilation, masturbation, orgasm and birth. A recurring theme throughout the piece is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment.

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Suncai Gitano present Café de Chinitas
Flamenco Guitar and Dance / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Saturday May 17, 2014 / 8pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico / 80 - 150 pesos

The flamenco group Suncai Gitano grew up in Mazatlan -- for years they played regularly at Cantina Tertulia in the Centro Historico -- and represent the best of avant-garde flamenco. Favorites for years running at the outdoor Dia de la Musica events in the Centro Historico in June, this is a chance for you to catch them in a theater concert setting!

Encuentro de Academias
Dance performances from academies throughout Sinaloa / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Cultural Festival
Sunday May 18, 2014 / 7pm
Angela Peralta Theater / Centro Historico / 80 - 150 pesos

Encuentro de Academias brings together dance academies from all over Sinaloa State. Director Agustin Martinez has structured an exciting and diverse evening of dance which will include jazz, modern, flamenco, hip hop, tap and ballet performances.

The Medium
1900s tragic opera / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Thursday May 22 and Friday May 23, 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

The Medium is a one hour long two-act dramatic opera with words and music by Gian Carlo Menotti. First performed in 1946, The Medium is dark, tragic and spellbinding, the story revolving around the consequences of events at a seance presided over by a fraudulent Medium. If any of this sounds familiar, in 1951 Menotti and filmmaker Alexander Hammid produced a film version starring Anna Maria Alberghetti. This festival production will be conducted by Maestro Enrique Patrón de Rueda and is in Spanish.

Rebeca de Rueda in concert
Opera Recital / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Saturday May 24, 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

Soprano Rebeca de Rueda is a native of Mazatlan with a lovely voice and great stage presence. Senorita Rueda has studied at The Julliard School at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, and is returning to her home town for this very special Spring 2014 recital.

Rita (Rita, ou Le mari battu)
1800s comic opera by Gaetano Donizetti / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Temporada Primavera
Friday May 30 and Saturday May 31, 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

Gaetano Donizetti, composer, libretto by Gustave Vaëz. Originally titled Deux hommes et une femme (Two Men and a Woman), this comic opera was never performed in Donizetti's lifetime, and only infrequently until the mid 20th century -- and is now one of Donizetti's most frequently performed works. Revolving around a love triangle, modern audiences find the writing hilarious, and the score captivating. Starring Jéssica Arévalo, Esteban Baltazar and Andrés Carrillo.

Teatro Negro Lumeco in performance
Avant garde theater / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Sunday June 1, 2014 / 6pm and 8pm
Angela Peralta Theater / Centro Historico / 80 - 250 pesos

Teatro Negro Lumeco hail from Prague, Czechoslovakia. Arguably avant garde theater, their performances are rooted in theatrical techniques developed in ancient China that present works in a completely black environment with actors costumed brightly, and lighting designed to create surprising effects. Add unusual music, dance, mime and acrobatics and you've got a Teatro Negro Lumeco performance!

Video of Teatro Negro Lumeco performing El Circo



Penélope Luna in concert
Opera Recital / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Friday June 6, 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico

A opera recital by Mazatleca Penelope Luna, a graduate of the Centro Municipal de Artes de Mazatlan and hometown opera favorite!

La Fe de los Cerdos, a play by Hugo Abraham Wirth
Play / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Friday June 13, 2014 / 8pm
Foro Experimental / Centro Historico / 70 pesos

33 year old acclaimed playwright, stage director, screenwriter, editor and cultural journalist Hugo Abraham Wirth paints a dark picture of the lower strata of Mexican society in The Faith of The Pigs, with kidnapping, misogyny, and murders of women as parts of his pallette. Powerful play, very much not for children or those easily shocked.

Fin de cursos Esquela de Ballet
Classical Ballet / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Friday June 13 and Saturday June 14, 2014 / 8pm
Angela Peralta Theater / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

Highly talented young ballet dancers graduating from the Escuela de Ballet Mazatlan perform Act II of Swan Lake (La Bella Durmiente) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Dia de la Musica Mazatlan
Free outdoor concerts / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Saturday June 14, 2014 / Free!
Centro Historico / 6pm

Visit the Centro Historico on Saturday, June 14th, and rock to the sounds of local and foreign musicians! This 12th annual Dia de la Musica promises to be bigger and better than ever, with a dozen stages and many many bands. All for free!

Video of Dia De La Musica in the Mazatlan Centro Historico



Fin de cursos E.P.D.M.
Modern Dance EPDM graduation / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Wednesday June 25, 2014 / 8pm
Angela Peralta Theater / Centro Historico / 100 pesos

Angela Peralta Theater dance performanceFounded in 1998 by Claudia Lavista and Victor Ruiz, Mazatlan's E.P.D.M. (Escuela Profesional de Danza de Mazatlan) has become one of the most important dance academies not only in Latin America, but anywhere in the world.

Each year EPDM stages a graduation performance showcaseing the best of the fine young dancers who have completed their four years of training.

This evening of modern dance promises to be as exciting as EPDMs previous festival appearances, featuring marvelous young dancers, sophisticated choreography and stunning costuming, lighting, sound and stage decoration!


La muchacha de los libros usados
Play / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Friday June 27 and Saturday June 28, 2014 / 8pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico

La muchacha de los libros usados (The girl of the secondhand books) is a play by Arístides Vargas that tells the story of a girl whose family sell her to a soldier. Still just a child, the girl is forced by the soldier to live in the barracks and treats her as property. Focused on issues of control and repression, this is powerful theater.

Funcion de graduación de la
Escuela de Música y Canto

Music and singing / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Thursday July 10, 2014 / 7pm
Casa Haas / Centro Historico

Thrill to the musical performances of the 2014 graduates of the Mazatlan music school!

Carlos Osuna in concert
Opera / Cultura 2014 Spring - Summer Mazatlan Cultural Festival Temporada Primavera
Thursday July 17, 2014 / 8pm / 150 - 200 pesos
Casa Haas / Centro Historico

Thirty year old Mazatlan-born tenor Carlos Osuna returns to his home town from Vienna, Austria -- where he is a member of the Vienna State Opera -- to sing for us at the close of Temporada Primavera 2014!

Stage Theater, Dance & Concert Venues

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EPDM dance performance Angela Peralta Theater Mazatlan

Stage theater -- and other types of live theatrical performance -- in Mazatlan has long been dominated by the Angela Peralta Theater (Teatro Ángela Peralta), which is not only one of Mexico's theater gems, but is one of the most spectacular restored 1800s theaters anywhere in the world.

In addition to the plays, dance and musical performances presented at the Angela Peralta, The Pearl of The Pacific also offers two other venues where you can enjoy beautifully staged live theatrical performances: the Antonio Haas Theater just off the Malecon at the Fisherman's Monument (sometimes referred to as the IMSS Theater) and the delightful Casa Haas right in the Centro Historico.

Mazatlan also has a number of theater, dance and concert festivals that take place throughout the year.

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Mazatlan also has plenty of multi-screen multiplex movie theaters, as well as a two substantial Blockbuster video stores that carry many titles on DVD in English, as well as a selection of foreign and art films with subtitles drawn from cimema from around the world.

Angela Peralta Theater / Teatro Angela Peralta
Carnaval 37 / Centro Historico just off Plaza Machado

Angela Peralta Theater Mazatlan MexicoThe Angela Peralta Theater in the Centro Historico is clearly the gem of stage theater in Mazatlan.

With a history dating from its opening in 1874, this magnificent 800 seat performance space has hosted the most important performers who have graced Mazatlan stages.

The theater is now part of the Mazatlan Municipal Center for the Arts which features art galleries and an internationally-acclaimed fine arts school that are important cultural resources not only for Mazatlan but for Sinaloa State and all of Mexico.

E.P.D.M. dance performance Angela Peralta Theater Teatro Ángela PeraltaThe theater is also home to the internationally acclaimed dance company Delfos Danza Contemporanea and their dance academy E.P.D.M.

Founded in 1992 by dancer-choreographers Claudia Lavista and Victor Manuel Ruiz, the company is a unique collective of artists whose repertory reflects a creative vision is characterized by energetic fluid physicality and poetic sensibilities.

Delfos’ work has been presented throughout Mexico as well as in a very large number of other countries including the United States where it has received support and recognition by -- among many others -- the National Endowment for the Arts.

For just a tiny taste of just how sophisticated the dance and staging of a Delfos Danza Contemporanea performance at the Teatro Angela Peralta can be just play the video below.

Video of Delfos performing at the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan



For those who would like to know more about Delfos Danza Contemporanea and E.P.D.M., their excellent website -- which has a well-executed English side -- is a great place to start: delfosdanza.com

The 10 minute PBS segment posted below has excellent footage of the company and school, as well as a great interview with Claudia Lavista.

PBS profile of Delfos Danza Contemporanea and Claudia Lavista



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Antonio Haas Theater / Teatro Antonio Haas
Located on the Malecon west of the Fisherman's Monument by the IMSS building

The Antonio Haas Theater in Mazatlan -- sometimes referred to as IMSS theater -- is located on the corner of Avenida del Mar and Manuel Gutierrez Najera across from the Fisherman’s Monument, on the Malecon.

Opened in May 1961 after several years of construction, the Antonio Haas Theater stages performances year-round including plays in Spanish, concerts and dance performances ranging from hip-hop and break dance stylings of young Mexican dancers to spectacular traditional dance performances assembled by Mazatlan emprasario Rebeca Llamas and set on her Ballet Folklorico Sinaloense.


Video of the Ballet Folklorico Sinaloense



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Casa Haas Theater / Casa Museo Antonio Haas
In the Centro Historico at the corner of Mariano Escobedo and Heriberto Frias

Casa Museo Antonio Haas -- usually referred to simply as Casa Haas -- is a beautiful intimate performance space and gallery located in the Centro Historico.

Supported by the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlan, Casa Haas has proved the perfect venue for everything from experimental dance to classical chamber music concerts and art exhibitions. Tickets to events -- which are very often free -- are usually available at the Angela Peralta ticket office.


Video of the Casa Haas theater



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Mazatlán Movie Theaters

Cinemas Gaviotas | Cinemex Galerias Mazatlan | Cinemex Mazatlan | Cinemex Toreo

Cinépolis Gran Plaza Mazatlan


Mazatlan Movie Theater DirectoryThere are a substantial number of modern multi-screen movie theaters in Mazatlan.

The multiplex theaters listed below show a wide range of internationally popular English language films, as well as Spanish language films made in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America or Spain.

In many cases English language films are shown with English audio and Spanish subtitles but -- if you don't like overdubbing -- it's always good to check before you buy your ticket!

Schedules of films currently showing at movie theaters in Mazatlan can be viewed on the film listings part of all of the cinemas' websites.

For Americans and Canadians used to high movie theater ticket prices, going to see a film at a Mazatlan multiplex is like rolling your life-film back to the 1970s: tickets are about 3 dollars and those prices are mirrored in the prices of the movie-house food.

It gets even better: there are discount tickets on the Mazatlan movie theater websites if you buy a number of anytime-use tickets at once!

A Note about Mexican Movie Theater Food: Many Mexicans take their film-food dining quite seriously, and there are sinfully fun full-blown super high-calorie theater food meals served on trays that can be bought at most Mazatlan movie theaters! Bien Provecho!

Cinemas Gaviotas
Info about Mazatlan Multiplex Movie Theaters in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

Telephone 669 984 2848

Avenida Camarón Sábalo 218 / Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

cinemasgaviotas.com.mx (LINK TO FILMS CURRENTLY SHOWING AT CINEMAS GAVIOTIS)

Cinemas Gaviotas in Mazatlan is a modern movie theater with six screens located in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada. They often play English language films, sometimes with subtitles in Spanish, sometimes overdubbed. The Cinemas Gaviotas movie theaters are open every day.

Listings of films currently showing at the Cinemas Gaviotas multiplex theater can be found at their website, cinemasgaviotas.com.mx


Information about Recommended Mazatlan Movie Theater in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

Cinemex Galerias Mazatlan
Info about Mazatlan Multiplex Movie Theaters

Telephone 800 710 8888

Avenida La Marina / Galerias Mazatlan Mall / Nuevo Mazatlan

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Cinemex Galerias Mazatlan is a brand new movie theater with multiple screens located in Galerias Mazatlan at the marina in Nuevo Mazatlan. The theater is capable of showing 3D movies, and they often play English language films, sometimes with subtitles in Spanish, sometimes overdubbed.

Cinemex Galerias Mazatlan movie theaters are open every day, and current listings of films showing at this multiplex theater can be found at their website, cinemex.com


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Cinemex Mazatlan
Info about Mazatlan Multiplex Movie Theaters

Telephone 669 983 1170

Avenida Insurgentes 1198 / Soriana Commercial Center

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Cinemex Mazatlan is a modern movie theater with multiple screens located in the Soriana shopping center. They often play English language films, sometimes with subtitles in Spanish, sometimes overdubbed. The Cinemex Mazatlan movie theater is open every day.

Listings of films currently showing at this multiplex theater can be found at their website, cinemex.com


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Cinemex Toreo
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Telephone 669 990 2312

Avenida Rafael Buelna 701 / Centro Comercial Gigante

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Cinemex El Toreo in Mazatlan -- formerly MM Cinemas -- is a modern movie theater with nine screens located in the Gigante shopping center. They often show English language films, sometimes with subtitles in Spanish, sometimes overdubbed. The Cinemex Toreo movie theater is open every day.

Listings of films currently showing at the Cinemex Toreo multiplex movie theater can be found at their website, cinemex.com


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Cinépolis Gran Plaza Mazatlan
Info about Mazatlan Multiplex Movie Theaters

Telephone 669 983 4756

Avenida Reforma / La Gran Plaza Shopping Mall

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Cinepolis Gran Plaza Mazatlan is a modern mulitplex movie theater with 12 screens located within La Gran Plaza Shopping Mall. They often show English language films, sometimes with subtitles in Spanish, sometimes overdubbed. The Cinepolis Gran Plaza Mazatlan movie theater is open every day.

Listings of films currently showing at the Cinepolis Gran Plaza Mazatlan multiplex movie theater can be found at their website, cinepolis.com


Information about Recommended Movie Theaters at La Gran Plaza Mall in Mazatlan

DVD and Video Rental and Purchase

Renting movies in MazatlanWant to rent a movie in Mazatlan? If so, the location where you will probably find the DVD you want will be very familiar: Blockbuster.

While brick-and-mortar film rental may be in decline in the United States and Canada because of Netflix (which has a substantial presence in Mazatlan and throughout Mexico) and other streaming media services, the traditional video store continues to thrive in the Pearl of The Pacific.

There are certainly many Mexican video stores in Mazatlan, but most will probably disappoint American and Canadian visitors. While some are large, they are often packed with very large numbers of the same DVD titles -- making for a limited selection no matter how large the store may be -- and sometimes carry English language films dubbed into Spanish, which is pretty unsatisfying to most native English speakers.

The two Mazatlan Blockbuster stores, on the other hand, carry virtually all of their English language films with English audio, and offer a far wider selection of classic English language cinema DVDs.

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Info about DVD / video rental and purchase in Mazatlan

The largest Blockbuster Video in Mazatlan is just inland from Valentino's on Camarón Sábalo. It is a substantial store, with a fairly wide selection of movies on DVD to choose from, including a good selection of foreign and art films.

There is also a smaller Blockbuster located on Insurgentes beside the Soriana supermarket, which also carries many foreign movie titles and classic Hollywood cinema.

While it is unlikely -- but not impossible -- that your Blockbuster sales person will speak fluent English, both Blockbusters are friendly places to rent movies, and issue membership cards to tourists and seasonal visitors with reasonable identification.

Both Blockbusters are open every day; have secure off-street parking; 24-hour drop boxes, accept credit cards, sell used and new DVDs and video games, and offer a wide and deep selection of movie-time junk food.


Camarón Sábalo 35 / Golden Zone / Telephone 669 983 0422

Insurgentes 1198 / Soriana Plaza Mazatlan

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