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Parque Lezama, the play with Luis Brandoni and Eduardo Blanco says goodbye to the stage

Parque Lezama, the play with Luis Brandoni and Eduardo Blanco says goodbye to the stage
Parque Lezama, the play with Luis Brandoni and Eduardo Blanco says goodbye to the stage

Since its premiere in August 2013, this captivating production has been staged for over 1,200 performances and has left an indelible mark on the hearts of over 1,000,000 spectators.

After a successful and exciting decade on Argentine stages, the acclaimed play “Lezama Park” is preparing to bid its audience a final farewell. Since its premiere in August 2013, this captivating production has been staged for more than 1,200 performances and has left an indelible mark on the hearts of more than 1,000,000 spectators.

After a successful start, the play by Herb Gardneradapted and directed by Juan Jose Campanellain 2016, stood out as the most awarded play of the season in Mar del Plata and continued its journey bringing its magic throughout the country. With a tour of the interior that attracted a large audience at each performance and a subsequent tour that took them to Madrid, the play became a true theatrical phenomenon, thanks to the talent of its protagonists, Luis Brandoni and Eduardo Blancoand to the great cast that has accompanied them over the years.

After a decade, Parque Lezama says goodbye to the stage

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, “Parque Lezama” returned triumphantly to the Politeama Theatre, where it once again captivated the audience with an unforgettable season. The success was such that it was decided to extend the season throughout 2024.

However, every great story has its final moment, the first weekend of August will mark the final farewell of “Parque Lezama” from the stage.

“Parque Lezama” says goodbye to the Teatro Politeama on Saturday, August 3.

Tickets on sale at www.plateanet.com. For more information, visit www.elpoliteama.com

What is Parque Lezama about?

León, a tireless fighter and compulsive liar, and Cardozo, a nearly blind manager on the verge of forced retirement, share their life (and the bank) in Parque Lezama. León’s commitment clashes with Cardozo’s conformism. And although Cardozo always chooses not to get into trouble and “fix things,” León forces him to stand up and fight. Together they will make themselves noticed (and how) in a world that wants them invisible. From their bench in the park they will try to change the world, achieve social justice, fight drug trafficking, rescue maidens in distress and stop time. Maybe they won’t succeed, but in the attempt they will change their lives, and perhaps that of the viewer.

Source: Ambito

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