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Méxican Folklore on Dazzling Display at the Ángela Peralta Theater


By Jesús Aguado

It’s been 44 years since Gloria Rodríguez Navarrete first created the Folkloric Ballet of San Miguel with the aim of building a sense of Mexican identity. Now directed by Gabriela Rodríguez, the troupe is preparing a great Mexican fiesta this year, with music and dances at the Ángela Peralta Theater. Everyone is welcome.

Onstage will be 60 dancers, who have all been part of forming and developing the troupe over time. These performers will show the best that Mexican culture has to offer artistically.

Customs and dances on display will be from the states of Aguascalientes, Yucatán, Jalisco, Veracruz, and Nuevo León. The “Traditions of San Miguel,” performance will feature the traditional stars on poles featured annually in San Miguel de Allende’s alborada parade, a tribute to the dawn. There will also be mojigangas (giant puppets) and pre-Columbian acts.



Anniversary of the Folkloric Ballet of San Miguel

Fri, Jul 27, 7pm

Teatro Ángela Peralta

Tickets at the box office, general 80 pesos


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