Great acceptance of XLVII Art Festivals in Vera

Isabel de Haro, Culture Councillor Vera.

Isabel de Haro, Culture Councillor Vera.
Isabel de Haro, Culture Councillor Vera.

Programming XLVII Art Festival ended yesterday with Vera's work 'peaches' carried on stage by 'Al Alba', Group Theatre Royal Confraternity Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno. Six days of pure and great theater on stage at the City Auditorium Vera initiated last day 11 with the performance of 'Crazy for tea', performed by the Group Theatre Royal and Venerable Brotherhood of St. John the Evangelist and Christ of Mercy, and in between the hilarious musical-comedy 'Don Mendo function: a musical revenge ', staged by the Association of Theatre Illustrious and Venerable Brotherhood of Our Lady of Sorrows.

Vera is a reference, at least provincial, theater culture. Consolidated cast actors, spectacular sets and costumes, works of great significance both because of the prestige of literary authors as by the adaptations made, a show that revolves around theatrical dramaturgy due to the delivery of all participants, even those who are not, those who work behind the scenes, but without whom it would not be possible to achieve overwhelming success in the last edition of the Festival of Arts.

For the first time Art Festivals have been Auditorium tables 'Vera City', happy circumstance, on the one hand it has allowed Vera theater groups meet the performance space and, of other, has forced two days represent each of the works given the interest of the spectators not miss any of them. And this is one of the attractive points, señeros, que singularizan a Vera: the love of his neighbors in the theater, a people given to the performing arts and participatory, a reward for the work of the three theater groups this year have staged their works in such a way that arguably Thalia Vera took up residence in summer.

Another noteworthy aspect of Vera Art Festivals held in pre-Fiesta in San Cleophas dates, It is that the funds raised by selling tickets goes into the coffers of each of the Fraternities. A further contribution of Vera Art Festivals.