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    Teatro Nacional, Costa Rica’s National Theatre, is located in downtown San Jose. Address: Avenida segunda entre Calle 3 y 5, Distrito Catedral, San José, Costa Rica. Phone: (506) 2221-5341.

    “Theater at Noon” is a series of short events during the middle of the day – music, plays, poetry, and dance. 12:10pm – 12:40pm.

    “Music at Dusk” is an hour of music, beginning at 5:10pm in the Foyer of the theatre.

    Tuesday, March 15th

    Theater at Noon: “Half Light” and “Island” by Henriette Borbon

    Ancora and Viva Awards by La Nacion 7:00 pm

    Thursday, March 17th

    Music at Dusk: Piano Recital by Manuel Matarrita

    Piano Recital by Roberto Prosseda 7:00 pm

    Friday, March 18th

    National Symphony Orchestra Concert I 8:00 pm

    Sunday, March 20th

    National Symphony Orchestra Concert I 10:30 am

    Tuesday, March 22nd

    Theater at Noon: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

    Piano Recital by Carlos Quesada 8:00 pm

    Thursday, March 24th

    Music at Dusk: Saxophone Quartet ZigZag

    Friday, March 25th

    “Plastic” and “Poiesis” National Dance Center 8:00pm

    Saturday, March 26th

    “Plastic” and “Poiesis” National Dance Center 8:00pm

    Sunday, March 27th

    “Plastic” and “Poiesis” National Dance Center 5:00pm

    Tuesday, March 29th

    Theater at Noon “Glitch” and “Cafile” by Ana Maria Moreno

    Thursday, March 31st

    Music at Dusk: SONSAX

    For more information, please visit the National Theatre website: http://www.teatronacional.go.cr/2011/marzo.html

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