Festival 2020

CASANDRA: International Theatre Festival dedicated to women, in its fourth edition in the city of Miami.

From March 7 to 15 of this year, theater lovers have an appointment in the City of Miami, in the premises of the Koubek Center, Studio Theater Black Box MDC North Campus, Havanafama, Espacio Casin Arts & Models and "Today as yesterday", with this new theater festival dedicated to women.

Created and sponsored by the Ingenio Teatro company, it is made possible by Miami Dade Cultural Affairs, sponsors, and friends. This Festival aims to create a space of exchange between women who make theatre in different countries, languages and cultures. Through stagings, dramatized readings, master classes, concerts, documentary screenings, and painting exhibitions, the creative process is encouraged based on the imagination of the actors, musicians, writers, and visual artists participating.

Countries like Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, USA and France will be present in this fourth edition.

The tickets are already on sale and the proposal is the perfect opportunity to see quality theater and share unforgettable evenings with renowned artists and teachers who will coincide in the city of sunshine.

For more information:



Telephone reservations: 305 5728670

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Press release

It is with great regret that the company El Ingenio Teatro announces the cancellation of the remaining events of the IV Edition of the Cassandra Festival:

12/March: I'm not Fernando Pessoa. (Havana Fame)

13/March: Broken wrist. (Havana Fame)

14/March: The village of Esteban. (Koubek Center)

15/March: Closing. (Today as yesterday)

We thank all those who accompanied us from the day of our inauguration and offer our apologies for this unexpected suspension. Please contact the box office to get your money back for the tickets you purchased. Phone: 305-572-8670.



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