September 17th @ 5:30 PM
Inspired by the American movie, “The Days of Wine and Roses”, a theatre production in Spanish titled Frenesí will be coming to Calgary directly from Mexico City to present an impacting yet engaging drama.
Frenesí illustrates how uncontrolled consumption of alcohol can supersede everything, even love, and how marital communication is broken when the couple has been targeted by alcoholism.
On this Saturday, September 17th you will be given the unique opportunity to enjoy Latin-American performing arts, which in this case, is only a one-time function.
If you are interested in Latin culture and already speak some Spanish, then Frenesí is for you. You will enjoy a great theatre play and also have the chance to practice your Spanish, so you will communicate better during your next trip to Latin America or Spain.
Before the play, people will enjoy a complimentary glass of wine while listening to short music performances presented by local artists.
Frenesí is presented by Flixeh, an online magazine and event promoter committed to promote cultural activities in Calgary.
Venue: John Dutton Theatre (Central Public Library)
Address: 616 MacLeod Trail SE, Calgary AB T2G 2M2
Date and Time: September 17, 2016 | Lobby doors open at 5:30 pm, Theatre doors open at 6:00 pm.
Cost: $35 + $1.50 fee (online – events.flixeh.com); $50 (door)